As you might’ve spotted over the past few weeks, I started collaborating with Danish jewelry brand, Hvisk, who has amazing amounts of gorgeous jewelry. I especially fell in love with their collection made in collaboration with Fredes Blog, where the theme is emojis and the feel is fun and ironic – you’ve probably already seen them a handful of times on the blog and on my instagram, right?
Well, if you’re as big a hvisk fan as I am, I’ve god great news for ya! I got the opportunity to give you guys a discount code for shopping with 20% off all Hvisk jewelry except the 14 carat gold stuff, which you’ll get 10% off. So if you love that silver wink emoji as much as me, go get it here, and if you’re more into the golden feather ring, go get it here! Use the code Nemesisbabe when checking out – it works until the 2nd of June.
Do you also think that the costumes in a movie are just as important as the story? I can’t watch a movie without spending half the time dissecting the costumes and therefore I put together this little list of movies to watch, where the clothes truly has the characters come to their right and the costumes make the movie complete:
Visually, The Great Gatsby is formidable in all aspects with saturated colors – well, saturated everything – and 20’s costumes that fulfil you every dream of how the upper class dressed back then. For the movie, the costumier worked closely with Miuccia Prada and made over 1200 individual costumes, all different and with great styling and detailing.
The Danish Girl is the most beautiful, both visually and story wise. Fashion wise the 20s/30s style is well worked trough and Gerda’s many gorgeous kimonos and Lili’s loose outfits with draped scarves make the style dreamy and quite bohemian.. And have you wanting to wear kimonos on a daily basis.
Is there a more classic fashion film, other than Breakfast at Tiffany’s? I don’t think so. Holly Golightly’s elegante and feminine, yet at the same time, laid back and casual style is truly inspiring and and the mix of feminine and masculine makes the character that much more interesting.
As it often is with the creative elite, it is here you find the most interesting style. Factory Girl is no exception. The entire movie and Andy Warhol’s muse, Edie Sedgwick, touches every note of 60’s style, short dresses and exciting color and print combos. And make you dare to do more fashion wise.
There is Mean Girls, and then there’s the forerunner to that, the number one chick flick of the 90’s, Clueless, which completely surpasses Mean Girls fashion wise. The main character Cher and her friends aren’t afraid of going all in on styling, overstyling, print mixing and crazy hats – the costumes truly add that extra bit of character and teenage-fun to the movie!
T-SHIRT: SECOND HAND, JACKET & TROUSERS: MONKI, SHOES: SELECTED, RING:HERE, EARRING: HERE
I seldom put on something as solidly black as I did on Friday. I have a hard time letting bigger parts of my outfit be so dark, because I feel like I’m drowning in the dark colors. But on Friday I put on a pair of trousers, which I love despite their color, probably mostly because of their comfiness. I think they’re the only trousers I ever found with the shape I’ve been looking for for so long – high waisted and with wide legs.
I actually only put them on because I wanted to wear my parrot t-shirt and after having work skirts for weeks on end, I felt like a bit of change. And I ended up loving this outfit despite the big black part, because with a silly tee and a yellow jacket, the serious business-ness of the outfit disappeared. There’s nothing a little color can’t fix!