Copenhagen 3x3

I’m feeling super inspired after spending last week in Copenhagen. So many stylish people walking around, beautiful boutiques and cozy restaurants - it’s such a lovely place and just perfect for a short trip because it’s easy to travel to and the public transport in the city works so well. I wanted to share these pictures I took during my stay as a kind of mini travel guide, I hope you guys like it!


Voted best vegan restaurant in Copenhagen in 2018. I had the gluten free pancakes - so good!

Amazing gluten free pizza and a super chilled atmosphere.

I had the bolognese with vegetable spaghetti. Everything on the menu is gluten and lactose free.


The loveliest little store ever with a good selection of quality brands. (You can also shop online.)

One of the world’s leading women’s sneaker suppliers. I remember visiting the store like six years ago when they only had one shop in Copenhagen - the brand has grown massively since then.

The best place for vintage shopping in Copenhagen.

Style tips

Perspex Bags

The one in the picture is from Staud but there’s many other brands to choose from - I saw these types of bags everywhere in Copenhagen.

Bum Bags

Bum bags are not going anywhere you guys! I’d say the bigger it is, the better.

“Ugly” sneakers

The reign of the dad/ugly/chunky sneakers continues. If you haven’t already succumbed to the trend don’t worry, it’s not too late.

The return of the 80’s

Ask your parents to get out their old clothes from the 80’s because even the craziest trends will make a comeback this season. Ray Ban, Reebok, Lacoste, scrunchies, bucket hats, shoulder pads and acid washed jeans - we are ready for you! Or are we?