Its not too common to see a dark haired Danish girl, but she certainly pulls it off. The bulky plait and fur trim are eye-catching against her otherwise mono-tonal outfit.
I’m still not sure what I like about this kids clothing. Maybe its because I’ve seen very few children look this effortlessly stylish. I love the way his scarf is rapped around his neck, and its pattern that almost matches his gloriously comfortable sweater. Not to mention that stylish card box swinging by his side.
Denim blue, on denim blue, on denim blue…. It’s definitely having a revival. He does it neatly. Luckily his grungy style protects him from the typecast hipster grandfather who never admitted it was in need of a revival.
I’m going through a bit of a phase, obsessed over these hats, you can get them here in many prints and colours. The bicycle, I quickly learned is something the Danish take very seriously. Do you think it intentionally matches his outfit? Lets hope not.
The spring season has a tendency to be full of pale tones to match the blooming foliage. Regardless of the traditional looks, bright and bold color is trending big for this season. Yes, they’re popping up all over. Some colors are used to emphasise beautiful bold prints, and some are used for color blocking trends.
There is a multitude of ways to wear bright color tones. Floral patterns for this season have beautiful bright color as a background emphasising the designs. It’s definitely a refreshing twist to doily patterned fabrics. Designers are combining bright floral patterns with solid tones and neutral key clothing items. Another beautiful styling method seen frequently on the streets is combining multi-colored floral patterns with neutral toned floral patterns. It’s a beautiful color contrast and can easily be accessorised with delicate jewelry.
This trend is a combination of bright colors with patterns that are reminiscent of the lost city of Atlantis or Paris underwater. Runway fashions in this theme also imitate the beautiful bright colors of sea corals in turquoise and peach. Some fabrics are even close to resembling fish scales in an array of bright tones.