While Pınar was visiting us in Gothenburg we took every opportunity to fill our days with creativity. We went to concerts and festivals, had spontaneous swimming adventures, had thoughts about future, planned our upcoming projects, walked around the whole city and most importantly did lots of fun photo shooting!
These shoes… I love them so much that I’ve spared them since our engagement party two years back. When I took them out from their box this summer, I once again realized how beautiful and comfortable they are. There is so much possibility to combine them with different colors and styles.
This was the outlook I had on our Sunday road trip two weeks ago. Since we were going to visit the festival, have a dip in the sea, stop by on the countryside and have a walk, I picked a comfortable outfit, with a pair of shorts. (These shorts are very special to me since they were the first pair that I personally tailored)
I am a big fan of &Other Stories which is a gorgeous Swedish fashion brand. I bought this stone detailed bracelet from the store in Milan when I was there in June. Since their only shop in Sweden is in Stockholm, I frequently check out their web shop, and this is how I got these beautiful wedges. [Read more]
Every week I pass by this street, with excitement to see if there is any new graffiti on the walls. These are certainly the best pieces of street art in Gothenburg.
Beautiful summer roses inspire vintage outfits and the China-red lipstick.
Before I went to Milan last week we got to enjoy the sun in Sweden. On one of those days we grabbed the picnic blanket, a few books and some drinks, then went to our favorite spot in the city: the biggest park, Slottsskogen.
I was invited to Livia’s PhD graduation ceremony at the concert hall in the city. The dress code was ‘formal’. I usually do not like to wear formal long dresses for such occasions, so that was a great opportunity to wear my lovely Yargici dress, which I haven’t had the chance to wear lately. High heels and a scarf made the dress formal enough for the ceremony.