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I know, I know…it’s only a couple of posts, since I said I was done with fashion…BUT when you are sent some amazing pieces you just can’t not show them. In yesterday’s post I showed you the beautiful kaftan from Maryam Al Darwish and this amazing piece is also by her.

I wore the kaftan dress in the beginning of the day and then switched to this beautiful embroidered long waistcoat later on. I absolutely love this – yes it has more colour than my usual palette, but oh is it beautiful. It’s a real showstopper, and people literally looked after me in the street when I wore it here in Frederiksberg. I felt real special for a moment haha… I just love her beautiful handcrafted pieces with embroidery and pearls – it’s pieces you’ll keep for life.

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I really love this. It’s light, inviting, homey and has that exotic touch that I like so much. Moroccan Beni Ourain rugs and kelim rugs are still so hot and I absolutely love them. Velvet is also a trend I am obsessed with – you just need a few pillows or a piece of velvet furniture to add some luxe to a room. I just bought myself a couple of velvet pillows in grey colours and I’m so happy with them – not only are they super soft, they also add dept and that luxurious and bohemian feel to my all white sofa. Lusting for a grey velvet sofa too that I saw in Rue Verte – if only I had the money to spend on it.

Green plants of all kinds are also hotter than ever and they really add that exotic touch. My husband recently bought me a fig tree, but it smells a bit of cat pee, so had to leave it out on the balcony for now…it’s so beautiful though, so hope the smell leaves, when it gets colder. Cactuses are also everywhere at the moment and I’m thinking of getting a few to put on top of my old cabinet in the livingroom, so they’re out of Adam’s reach.

Source: Entrance

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So…it’s another excuse to dress up a little more than usual, because today is Eid Al Adha – and an excuse to ask the husband to snap a couple of pictures… To be honest with you I basically wear the same couple of things on rotation (mummies I know you can relate), so it’s nice to dress up a little once in a while.

I was thrilled when I received to amazing pieces by Qatary designer Maryam Al Darwish and I thought they would be perfect for Eid. Her pieces are all amazingly beautiful, with embroidery and pearls. This kaftan is simple just as I like it, but with beautiful embroidery on the top part, which makes it really special.

Embroidery is so on trend right now and I love stunning handcrafted pieces like this one. It’s perfect for a special occasion, but I would also wear this on a normal summer day, when I feel like dressing up a little more than I usual do. I’ll share my other Eid outfit tomorrow – it’s an absolute stunner!

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It’s almost all white – this beautiful home in Milan, with only a few black details to break it up. I really love how airy the home feels and because of the choice to use a lot of cosy fabrics and ethnic touches it doesn’t feel cold in any way. The Tolix chairs and the old furniture mixed with new makes it personal.


Source: Elle Decoration

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