To socialize or talk informally preferably over a drink. Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense hobnobs, present participle hobnobbing, past tense, past participle hobnobbed.
But honestly. Hobnob is a safe space for women who prefer iced coffee over a perfectly curated wardrobe. It’s is a daycare center for women who are intrigued by trends, but also don’t care. It is an open bar for those who swear on vintage Chanel and whose pension funds hang in their closets.
Let’s take it from the beginning.
As it might have passed you, I’ve been down in the deepest deserts of Nambia for the past eight days. If not, now you know that valuable information (or not). However, the travel agency told us to only bring ONE soft bag á 15kg. You’ve should have seen my face when I received that information. Fanny laughed so much she almost peed her pants. Because I am a person who travels with two large suitcases just for one week. And that’s only because I’m terrible of making decisions of what to bring or not. So I make it easy by bringing it all.
Shirt, Sand. Skirt, Gucci. Socks, Happy socks. Sandals, Uniqlo. Bag, Chanel.
So let’s see how I got my shit together.
I’m turning into a dress girl? How the fudge did that happen? From being a total tomboy (I’ve only felt comfy in t-shirts and jeans until now). But I discovered there are 2736 of ways to wear a dress (!) and that they go for dinner, traveling, going for safari or running between flights. And how awesome isn’t that, it’s like you are bringing your whole (imaginary) walk-in.
From left. Valentino, Attico and Attico.
I have four dresses I always bring. I bring them with me on ski trips, city weekends and summer vacations. Two from Attico, one from Loewe and last but not least from Valentino. All light weighted, really soft materials and easy to layer up with. I’ll show you.
Dress, Loewe. Headband, Prada. Sandals, Uniqlo. Socks, Happy socks.
Perfect traveling outfit?
Especially when traveling to warmer destinations. Pants are warm, heavy and leaves me a claustrofobic feeling sometimes. Add a hoodie and sneakers and you are as cool traveler you can be.
Hoodie, Weekday. Dress, Valentino. Hat, Prada. Sneakers, Balenciaga.
Here’s an idea for you! Beach dresses for dinner. I really prefer wearing black underwear under a bit see through beach dress. I friend sneaked up to me last summer when wearing this amazing Lisa Marie Fernandez dress and said “Linn, you dress is completely see through. And you have black panties.” I loved it. So basically two in one, beachwear with bikini and flipflops. Party wear with black underwear and strappy heels.
Dress Lisa Marie Fernandez and sunnies Chloé.
Blouse, Vintage. Shorts, Beyond Retro. Bag, Fendi. Heels, The Row.
Shirt Sand and Skirt Gucci
I have one rule when it comes to packing, or it goes for my entire style really. No black pieces. It has to be in pattern or at least four other colors, haha. That’s why I love shirts so much, I wear them as they are or layer them on top of one another. They are statement pieces however I choose to wear them. And we all love statement wearing, no?
Blouse, Dolce & Gabbana. Swimsuit, Calzedonia
You think I’ve been to the gym here right? No no. Sportswear dosen’t really need to be for workouts! I always have a thought about going to the gym when traveling but 9/10 times I end up with my mom in the bar or oversleep my alarm in the morning. Anyway, the idea is good. Better to use them all day long instead, with a shirt and a swim suit for example.
Shirt, Balenciaga Swimsuit, Calzedonia Shorts, Balenciaga Socks. Happy socks Sunnies, Chimi Sneakers, Balenciaga
You must agree that a scarf is by far the best accessory in the world. I can’t name a single accessory that is more versatile, can you? Not to talk about how little space scarves take. Perfect when you have 100% limited space. These are my top three ways to use the
1 To give my bags new seat belts for the night2 As a SPF for my hair (or look like an easter witch)3 Or just like a ski bum, around the neck.