florals in winter

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Last week a couple of school friends and I went on a little walk around Malmö. The wetter was formidable, when it comes to not freezing, and I really didn’t need that wool coat that I’d put on top of this outfit. I wore my favorite skirt from my summer wardrobe and added my heaviest knit jumper – pow, how to wear florals in winter!

As a small, cute detail I added a scarf on the neck and then I brought my new school bag from Raintree. It’s made from old plastic bottles and is both sustainably and socially responsibly produced – yes please!


How do you like my floral look?
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