River Island flower print trousers, Mango shoes, Zara bag, hubby’s shirt, Iulia Albu brooch
I know for all of you out there, who live anywhere but in Denmark, summer has probably come already. Well, this is not valid for poor us here, and will, apparently, never be. Which is why any 15 degrees day comes as a blessing and people immediately crowd the streets and most comfy cafes with outdoor terraces. I am not an exception, so as soon as the sun was up on one of those days, I took my inspiring outfit, beautiful smile and, never to be forgotten, perfect lover and dedicated photographer; and went out to explore the most beautiful parts of the city and its suburbs. This specific place is a beautiful mix between what Denmark is and some southern, say Italian, flair; which gives you a wonderful feeling of freedom. So whenever you are in Copenhagen, you’ve got to visit Dragør. It is a small suburb, which used to be a poor fishing village back in the days, but which has become a very pleasant and expensive place to stay. Museums, small shops and art galleries, narrow cobbled streets, small colourful thatched houses, and a stunning harbour area will give you a warm and cozy feeling.