3 Sep 2014

Summer Renaissance

Hi guys, this is my another post from abroad. After Copenhagen, I went to Sweden for a day and I was amazed by the Turning Torso, the tallest skyscraper in Sweden. Its architectural form was both structural and expressive, like a piece of art. The vision of HSB Turning Torso is based on a sculpture called Twisting Torso, which is a white marble piece based on the form of a twisting human being, created by Santiago Calatrava. It was truly amazing to see in person.  As for my outfit, it literally felt like I was wearing a  piece of art in a plain canvas. Considering the gloomy weather, my outfit turned out to be quite lively and expressive with mixed prints, colours and textures. I went for a nude crop top, pairing it with my printed hareem trousers, which was quite contrasting but still brings back that summer feeling. I added one of my statement necklaces which had the Arabic emphasis and kept the steadiness on the outfit. The colour on the bag matched the colours pretty well. I finished the look with my trusty kimono and shoes that wore hard-core on my travels. I hope you like the look.

Top- Boohoo
Trousers- Miss Selfridges
Kimono- River Island
Necklace- Primark
Shoes- Next

P.S- Super excited to share my collaboration with Mess Magazine, read the full interview here http://messmag.com/?p=7102

I will be posting the detailed featured looks on my blog soon stay tuned.

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Suzi x


  1. Your outfit is amazing!
    love everything about it, especially the kimono!


    1. Thank you dear, I'm glad you like it.

  2. Oh you been to Copenhagen?! How awesome! How did you like it here, dear? ^_^
    www.phentastic.com // Fashion blog from a Great Dane's perspective

    1. Yes love it there, it was amazing especially their lifestyle 😊 .. Hope you are good dear x

  3. Glad I stumbled across you're blog. Are you Nepalese as well? Will you be the next Prabal Gurung? Prabal Gurung 2.0 perhaps? Haha, great blog X


  4. Those pants are amazing! I love the print