Hello everyone, I hope you’re all having a wonderful week. Life’s been pretty stressful for me lately – I have moved from my hometown, Esbjerg, to the lovely capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, which has been so overwhelming and a huge step towards adulthood (eh??), especially since it’s my first time living alone, and it’s so far away from my family.
It has not been easy finding a permanent place to live in the city, and it only makes it harder that it has to be somewhat close to my school but still affordable. So in between hotel rooms and Air Bnbs it has been close to impossible to really settle in and finding comfort, and on top of that having to manage being a new born and full-time university student as well, has not made it easier.
BUT… I finally did it… I have moved into my new place, which I can’t wait to call home.
There’s so much stuff you have to take care of when moving out on your own, and I have yet to learn how to be an organized human-being. I literally wait until the very last minute to do just about, well, everything. Whether it’ll be paperwork, bills, laundry, you name it. If it can wait, it most certainly will if it’s up to me.
So learning “how to adult” will also be a challenge I will have to accept when it comes to my new life in the city.
Luckily, I have lots of good friends here, new as well as old, to help me and back me up if (or when) the hard times should hit.
Furthermore, as I mentioned, I have started uni, which is so different from what I’m used to in high school and it makes it even crazier that I don’t have my family around all the time anymore. But so far I like it, and I really believe that this is something I will really love to study, and something that I will be able to use in my future in regards to what I want to do.
Even though I have been to Copenhagen LOTS of times, I can’t wait to explore all the city has to offer and find small hidden treasures all around.
I simply just love the feeling of being in a big city where there’s always something going on. There are so many different people here, and I feel like you can be whoever you want to be without being judged, and that’s amazing. Something I don’t always feel like is possible in smaller cities, where everybody knows everybody.
It’s like a breath of fresh air. Starting over in a new place with new people. It’s a relief while still being terrifying. I am so excited to start creating my own life.
The pictures that I will share with you today was once again shot by my talented friend Jeanett. You should go check out her work on instagram: @norgaardpictures !!
In the photos I’m wearing a casual everyday outfit, I would say. I’m wearing a pair of my ABSOLUTE favourite pair of boyfriend jeans from H&M – their so comfortable while still being stylish, I think. To dress up the jeans I chose a tshirt, which looks really plain in the front but has this cute open back tied together with a knot. The boots, I think, also does a great job dressing up the casual jeans. They have quickly become my favourite pair of heeled boots since they’re so easy to walk in, and can be worn with almost anything. The bag is from Mulberry and was a gift from my grandmother many years ago – I love it so much, and it was my first real designer bag.
Hope you enjoyed today’s outfit! Talk to you soon.
Boots: Public Desire