I’m almost starting classes here in Copenhagen and the cold weather reminds me of how I took for granted the sun during the summer. Today I bring you a look that I wore a lot while I was in Portugal for my holidays. It is a linen dress inspired by the safari style, very practical for warmer days.
This is probably one of the looks that meets my daily style the most: jeans, a t-shirt and the iconic Cortez sneakers by Nike. These sneakers were the big inspiration for this look. They were designed in 1968 and first appeared in the Olympic Games of 1972 in Munich.
Spring seems to have found its way to Portugal and forgot about Denmark and I’m sure that Summer must get lost on its way here too. Despite the weather, Copenhagen is still a colourful and vibrant city! I’ve been loving living here!
For someone who’s used to Portuguese Winter, Denmark can be a true challenge this time of the year. To keep myself warm, I tried to learn the art of layering (without succeeding, since I always feel like the Michelin man).
I love the 80’s: from music to fashion and big hair! I feel really inspired by this decade and so I’ve decided to create a look influenced by the big parties of that time!
If you follow my Instagram you know that I love to discover new cafes here in Copenhagen. There are so many beautiful and cozy places! So, I’ve decided to start a blog series about cafes I’ve visited here. The cafe in the pictures is called Vintage Coffee and it’s in Frederiksberg.
Welcome to my blog at last! In 2018 there are a lot of goals I’ve set for myself and this is one of the most important and special ones. This blog started in 2014 and since then my life has evolved along with the blog. I’m truly excited with this new beginning.
2018 is just about to start and so is my new blog. Yes, the Chérie in the City blog is going to evolve into something I have been envisioning for a while! I am really excited and hope to continue to share my journey with you soon!
A headscarf is an essencial piece to have in your wardrobe. It is an intemporal symbol of beauty and delicacy that has been passed from generation to generation. These days, they can be used to twist any look. I did just that here, went for simplicity and got inspired by the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s.