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Danish style definition 

=throwing on lots of layers of clothing, wearing an unzipped coat (rather be cold, than look uncool), a statement necklace brightening your outfit,  having a chic messy bun and last but not least, wearing something black.

 Copenhagen stands for Europe’s fourth largest fashion city. Mostly all the Danish designers emphasizes the art of clothing,  which suits to the unfriendly weather, but together with  citizens biking lifestyle, which is always coming with a fashionable flavour. No one can dictate to Danish people what should they wear. A sparkling necklace would fit perfect with some sneakers and a leather bag. I admire a lot this combination between sporty vibe and urban sophistication.

Purchasing vintage clothing is another must-have in Denmark, because it makes outfits look more unique and personal.

That being said, I am also going Danish, because it’s comfy, dashing and really cool. For example, when I have been to Italy, it was quite hard to find nice clothes, because I was more into the dark, simple ones, not colourful or shiny.

The photos were taken in autumn 2013, so you might find some differences between now and then.

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 I can finally  say that ‘this city never sleeps’. I went to a concert on Saturday and it was a blast. There were many bands singing, but also some dancers. The main artists that came were Muri & Mario ( This song is very popular in Denmark) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjvfER4StSY ) and Kristoffer Rahbek ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3F2Jc6qQTCA ) . People came especially for them, but also to sustain their friends who were on the stage. I appreciated the simplicity of how this event was organised. Moreover, people were comfortably dressed and warm enough to face the cool air.  During the show, a friend of mine was making a fachiri show ( playing with fire). Many people were breathless, because it’s dangerous to do that and you need to practice hard. Moreover, it was very nice to see everyone dancing on the stage at the end of Muri & Mario’s performing. They really know how to entertain the crowd.

I will upload later some photos with me on a new post. Stay tuned  and enjoy the last hours of Sunday 🙂

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Sartorialist wanna be(http://www.thesartorialist.com/) but  my camera isn’t professional as I would like.I hope that Santa will be kind to me. I tried to act like a paparazzi and take some street shots.In the following photos I will present you different people(from 5 to 60 years old) and unsual styles.A remarkable thing is that men from Denmark have a great taste in style, more than women.For example,I observed that they are very careful about details: patterned socks which match perfect with shoes or belt,hat and suspenders and so on.The point is that everyone from here tries to be in trend(children,women,men).I’m pretty busy these days because I’m with my parents.I’m going with them to Aarhus(the second largest city in Denmark)tomorrow and I will skip classes.If the weather let us to visit the city I will be very grateful.

Have a nice week!

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A friend of mine who was very suprised to see this photo

Many cars like this one…


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I’m laying in bed wrapped in two blankets.Moreover, the central heating doesn’t work so, I am going to freeze tonight.’The Weather Chanel’ says that we are dealing with a ‘light rain’,but I totally disagree because I can’t see the point of the word ‘light’.Maybe windy,stormy would be better to call it .

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I was in two minds but I wanted to be challenged in the morning, so I took my bike in order to go to school.I don’t know how I succeeded but the point is that I’ve arrived on time.It was pretty funny to see the other riders climbing,while I was going relaxed down the hill and listening to music on my mp3.I had to put myself in their place because ‘What comes around goes around’.I should have known how the weather it would be like,but I stubborn to understand that it would be really difficult to me to walk 4,5 km.Today’s timetable was quite mad because we began classes at 10:20 and finished them at 16:00.In additional,my group had to stay 30 minutes more because we were forced to finish our presentation at IMS about Unilever. Read more