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.
I have always liked the idea of a crop top (or a bustier?), and I’ve always felt quite cool while wearing it. But somehow when I look at myself in the mirror, I end up feeling like my 18th old cousin when she’s out clubbing. Still very cool, but maybe not as much me as I like to.
This may or may not have something to do with me hitting the 25 bar this winter. Whenever I try a little bit too much – I feel like I am begging the cool kids down the block to let me join the hang. This is the feeling I am left with, instead of just owning my style and what I want to wear. Are you feeling me?
However, I am gonna do my best to prove to myself that I am wrong.
I am really crushing on this outfit and layering leather and leather. I am so happy that I finally found the perfect leather top. Yes, it really is as perfect as it looks. I prefer to style it with other leather pieces. Imagine how good it would look over a leather blazer!! Or maybe over a cashmere sweater with leather cargo pants. Like these ones from Arket.
Shirt, NAKD x Trine KjaerBustier, Magda Butrym via Nathalie SchutermanSkirt, Nathalie Schuterman brandBoots, Maison Margiela
Nathalie Schuterman brand
NA-KD x Trine Kjaer
Yes, I would say that is the key to survive the Scandinavian winter. I think you cannot go wrong with layering up a cashmere crop top with another cashmere top. Also, it’s perfect for this in-between season when it’s too warm to go fully double cashmere layers but still a bit too cold not to at least try it.
Layering is a though cookie to bite though. One layer too many and you end up feeling (and looking) like a sausage.
Sweater, Jil Sander via Nathalie SchutermanCashmere top, H&MSkirt, Dior via Nathalie SchutermanLoafers, Prada
Is this the best thing you have ever heard of??
I think so.
I talked with one of my friends the other day and he said “I love Prada AW16 when they wore corsets over suits, that feels so now!!!”. And yes, I could not agree more. I have this unpopular opinion that suits sometimes can be kind of boring and not as versatile as I would wish. Finally, I have found a way to make my suits a bit more exciting.
Suit, Magda Butrym via Nathalie SchutermanLoafers, Prada
Magda Butrym via Nathalie Schuterman
Fritz Hansen via Nordiska Galleriet
I really like to wear pink, like really like. I think it has left its barbie reputation many years ago. Or has it? As other like to wear different shades of beige, I love to wear different shades of pink. A little bit more spicy than beige. I hope we can agree on that.
If you happen to be a party person (yes like me!) a knitted crop top is a great choice. It’s definately less naked than a regular crop top. Or maybe it isn’t? Well, at least it’s warmer and at least I feel a little bit more dressed since it’s knitted. But the amount of skin one shows is probably the same.
I only have one rule when getting dressed, comfort is king. And queen. So, if knitting is an option I will go for it.
Blazer, Old CélineTop, ZaraPants, Zara
Céline via Vestiaire Collective
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