1. Sequins or Metallics
Call it basic if you must, But tis the season! Metallics and sequins are a must for me in December and holiday parties are the perfect occasion! Yes i know sometimes it can be tacky but if you pick the right dress you win!
Try these less pricey options:
2. Rock A Jumpsuit
Not in the mood for a dress? Go for a black jumpsuit. i prefer wide leg so it gives me a little room to breathe/eat (aka stuff my face with food at holiday parties) You can never go wrong with a jumpsuit. They are comfy and chic! Downside for me is i ALWAYS have to get it hemmed since i’m so short -but once i do it’s my fave!
Looking for a less expensive option? Here you go:
3. Go RED!
Black tie holiday affair? Everyone always wears black. You should go in RED!
Alice & Olivia Strapless Tiered Asymmetric Satin Gown – Neiman Marcus | Heels: Louboutin| Christmas Meow Crown – Flower Children Only
Photos By: Andrew Werner
This was my favorite look from our trip to Copenhagen. Cape type shirts are so fun and comfy and no one can tell that i ate an entire pizza myself at brunch. The Rag & Bone Agnes boot is the comfiest bootie i’ve experienced in a long time. We walked for hours this day and my feet never started hurting. Right now i’m obsessed with adding a pop of color to the purse with a fur pom and a pair of cute leather gloves
Sweater: DVF | Jeans: Rag & Bone| Boots: Rag & Bone | Coat: Rag & Bone | Gloves: Sermoneta Gloves | Bag Candy: Jocelyn Fur
This day we visited the Torvehallerne food market. It was one of my favorite places we visited in Copenhagen. I could spend all day looking around at all the different stands. My favorite part was the flowers of course.:
it was so windy!!
This was at Illum Rooftop. Illum was is the Copenhagen Barneys. And the Rooftop has a bunch of trendy lunch spots
Shoes: Faryl Robin | Jeans: Rag & Bone | Jacket: Rag & Bone | Gloves: Intermix | Hat: Alice & Olivia
If you’ve been following me on instagram, you may have noticed i’ve been galavanting around Copenhagen. It is my first time in this amazing city and i hope it isn’t my last! We went to some of the most amazing restaurants and saw some of the most amazing architecture. Even though it was gloomy and sometimes drizzly i am in love with this city! We spent more than half the time eating, so here are my favorite restaurants that I tried:
Vendersgade 16, 1363 København K.
Authentic Danish food. Really cool/weird decor. Serves breakfast all day.. enough said.
Østergade 52, 1001 København K,
Arguably the best pizza i’ve ever had in my entire life. And i just found out they have a location in the West Village, NYC.. i’m going to be in big trouble with my scale.
Møller Kaffe & Køkken
Nørrebrogade 160, 2200
Cutest little cafe, but in a kind of weird area. You check off what you want to order on a little menu that are on all the tables and then hand it in at the bar. Lots of little plates which is my favorite because I like to eat everything.
Royal Smushi Cafe
Amagertorv 6, 1160 København K
This place might be a touristy spot but i don’t really care. Best hot chocolate & cakes i’ve ever had!