Eye on the City

IMG_6462 I wore this on my first day of class in Copenhagen on Friday! I am studying at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, so all of my teachers speak English, but they are all Danish or from other European countries. When I picked up this graphic print dress before my trip, I couldn't wait to wear it with black trainers and a leather jacket, and thought today would be the perfect chance to wear it! Denmark is much warmer than I expected however, so I threw on an cropped black oxford instead. This dress was a nice cool choice considering it was pretty hot navigating to all of my classes, and none of the rooms have air conditioning. I don't mind though because they all have such great natural daylighting, especially my new architecture studio! Which also has a killer view. I could go on…







I love being a city-goer but navigating around has proved to be quite challenging for me. I am not used to taking complicated public transportation and am only used to riding the city bus to school in California. Yesterday I actually got pretty lost, but I think it is good for me to learn how to find my way around so that I can become more acquainted with Copenhagen and also relate my findings to my new urban design classes.

dress // H&M leather trimmed oxford // H&M trainers // Deena & Ozzy by Urban Outfitters sunnies // Target midi rings // H&M Copenhagen

P.S. Sorry for the lack of posting regularly...the wi-fi in my room is really unreliable but I am working on getting it fixed. I do however post on Instagram when I get service in the city, so keep up with me there @punkrockparti!


Floral and Fauna

IMG_4216 This is the dress I wore to my cousin's June wedding. I didn't get a chance to document it while I was in North Dakota, but luckily for me it is the perfect dress to wear to dinner in the hot Arizona summer. Besides the pretty floral print, I love the leg slits, v-neck, and strappy back. Details like this are what makes this maxi have a 90's vibe.









For a summer wedding, I don't think you need to wear with anything too fussy, which is why I opted for sandals. I finished off the look with my grandmother's vintage clutch (which may have actually gotten more compliments than the dress!) Finally, although I kept it simple at the wedding, for dinner I piled on an arm cuff and a couple interesting rings.

dress // Reformation by UO bandeau // UO gladiator sandals // Sam & Libby for Target clutch // vintage from my grandma arm cuff // sewing supply from craft store skull ring // Brandy Melville USA textured ring // found

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