The sunlight, which I thought would never come back again after so many dark weeks, appeared on Saturday. We took a walk in the city, did some gift shopping, had a cup of coffee and enjoyed the light. I think I can survive with the coldness of Sweden for a long while, but the darkness makes me feel very depressed during winter time. I am happy that Christmas is just around the corner and the decorations all around the city help to cheer me up a bit.
This year I prolonged my summer period by taking an early summer vacation to Thailand in May, and another one to south Turkey in September. I just can’t get enough of wearing skirts with sandals and thin tops. It is so sad to leave this best time of the year behind and get ready to put on thicker clothes and winter jackets, which I wear for almost 7 months of the year in Sweden.
The best piece I got this summer is this skirt from the Pop Boutique in Gothenburg. These kinds of fashion pieces make me keep an eye on their collection often, since I would not like to miss such a beauty.
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)
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.
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 love Swedish Hasbeens!
It is time to say goodbye to the summer clothes. I have been cleaning out my wardrobe this weekend, and wanted to prepare an outfit post with the last pieces that are being removed from my shelves.