As many of you know, Instagram is one of our biggest sources of inspiration. We follow 836 companies and individuals, entrepreneurs and creatives, all of them bringing something to think and smile about every time.
Not too long ago we came across @mortilmernee of Louise from Denmark. A part time working mother of two girls with a passion and very clear sense of style. It is a different style then you would naturally pair with ours but we think it is exceptionally magical. The same goes for Louises own words she used to answer the questions we sent her when she agreed to be our latest Guest on the Blog. If this does not make you smile, we really don’t know what would rock your boat.
As we have just waved our Dutch Saint Nicholas goodbye and are gearing up for the school break, we are ready for the festive holiday. On paper….because with the sun still out and our flip flops still on, Christmas still feels far away.
As we will be singing our carols under a tree elsewhere, we want to keep our decorations really simple this year. Yet we just can not let this cozy time pass us by unseen. So focus on green, back to the basic with a touch a lights
Can a woman have too many bags?
It’s a rhetorical question. And in my case, I can not have enough black bags. I love them, in what ever shape, size or brand.
Yet, I have a new favorite. It is my shoulder bag from the Philipp Bree collection PB 1001 that has entered the region. It is one of those bags that becomes more beautiful the more you use it. The leather will get a more vintage feel proving that aging is not a bad thing.
This rage of bags is available now at the Ashyaa store. This exciting concept store carries a range of beautiful designer products from around the world like HAY, Dear Rae Jewelry and also our favorite My Deer posters. It is definitely worth a visit.
At the top of our work-related bucket list was organising a collaborative photoshoot moulding together the most awesome kids interiors from new brands on the block and other small labels that we favor. We wanted to keep it simple, creating something that could work in any environment, yet with a funky vibe. Jungalow style. We Live Loud right, so why not?