Coco Sumner

Coco on stage
Robyn and Coco
Frontrow at Felder Felder s/s 11

For me, Coco really is my style icon. She's got a very easy, kind of boyish style, which perfectly fits my busy school days, where high heals or uncomfortable clothing are out of the question. Her style also has got a little bohemian touch.

And the good thing is, she doesn't only looks good, she also sounds good! You should definitly check her out, especially her songs Selfmachine, In Spirit Golden and her song with Robyn, Ceasar.


New dress from C&A, blouse is from H&M, belt from PAUW

Documentary about Valentijn

While I was just surfing the web, I came across this documentary about Valentijn de Hingh, the model from the last post. Oh, and unfortunately it's in Dutch, not even (English) subtitles..

Currently reading

I really like the last picture. The model is Valentijn de Hingh, and she intrigues me, maybe because she is transgendered..? Sorry for the bad quality of the pictures btw!

First picture from Harper's Bazaar, second picture from L'Officiel NL.

Bought in Paris

Mmmmm, macarons from Laduree.

My new ring and necklace are vintage. The jewelry pouch is from Fragonard (original a perfume-maker).

My new shawl from Galeries Lafayette and denim blouse from Primark.

My new leather jacket.


First pictures from Stockholm Street Style, last picture from The Facehunter.


Today I made this collage. What do you think?

Tips for Paris

So last weekend I was in Paris, and here are some things I would really recommend to go to.

-  Le marche Saint-German (yes, I remembered the name haha). Really nice market with all sorts of fruits and vegetables, fish, meat and it's got a very nice boulangerie. It's at Rue Lobineau, number 4.

- Galeries Lafayette, ofcourse. It's a beautiful department store where you've got many luxury brands. It's at the Boulevard Haussmann 40.

- Angelina; they've got the best hot chocolate of whole Paris (I agree!), and it also seems that the Mont Blanc pastry is very nice (I haven't tasted it though). Don't go here in the afternoon, it's really busy then. The best is to go there to have breakfast, then there's almost nobody. It's on Rue de Rivoli, number 226.

- Laduree. This is the original macaron-maker. And I've tasted them, and yes, they are really delicious. Also here my advise is; go here in the morning. In the afternoon it's really busy and the waiting lines can go up to around 50 people! You've got a few of them in Paris, but the first one is at Rue Bonaparte, number 21. The others are at Avenue des Champs Elysees, number 75. Rue Lincoln, number 13. Rue Royale, number 16. And you've got one in the department store Pintemps, the address is Boulevard Haussmann, number 62.

- The first Chanel-shop. Although it isn't that spectacular, it's just nice to say 'I've been at the first Chanel shop' haha. It's very near to Angelina, so if you're there, take a look ;) The address is Rue Cambon, number 31.

- Only one or two streets further, you'll find Colette, a very nice department store with many upcoming designers. Not really affordable, but really nice to just have a look. You'll find it at Rue Saint-Honore 213.

- Very near is Jay Ahr, the shop for the best dresses. It's also unaffordable (well, for me haha), but really nice for inspiration and it has got a wonderful shop window. The address is Rue du 29 Juillet, number 2/4.

- For the nicest scented candles, you go to Diptyque. It's got his own shop at Boulevard Saint Germain number 34, but you can also find it in Galeries Lafayette, on the first floor.

- When you want to impress somebody at home with your cooking, go to Le Bon Marche. It's a really nice and big supermarche, but with only the best quality and very special products. For example all kinds of pasta, from little cars to people to multicoloured. You can find it at Rue de Sevres, number 24.

- When you're hungry after a day in Paris, you can go to Pizza Marzano. They've got a very fast service, so if you're in a hurry that's no problem. They've got two restaurants in Paris; one on Boulevard des Italiens, number 30 and one on Place St. Michel, number 2


Hi guys! Sorry for the not-posting lately! This weekend, my mum and I went to Paris for the ending of my testweek. I haven't bought that mutch, but that I'll show you in the next post! In this post you can see some picture's and in an upcoming post I'll also give you some tips for Paris.

Really nice market, I don't know the name, but it was at the Rue Lobineau (it's a very small street so I'm sure that if you go there, you'll find it!)

My dream Vespa, he only needs to be restored haha - Outside the market.

So cute!

I love the frame, I almost bought it, but then I saw the price; €50...

Christmas at Galeries Lafayette.

Laduree meets John Galliano.

Long long queue.

The first Chanel-shop.

Our breakfast at Angelina. If you're near the Rue de Rivoli (it's number 226), please go here! It is delicious, specially the hot chocolate!

And they've also got the most wonderful pastries.

My room

Today I did a little photoshoot with my room, but now one wall is orange. I really want to change that into a neutral colour wall; light beige, sand, or maybe just white.
My coffeetable book collection.

I'm addicted to magazines haha.

My Lanvin necklace, I found it on a flea market in the South of France this summer.

My desk

My grandparents photobooks

So today I was visiting my grandparents, and because I was a little bored, I decided to do a little inspiration post about their house (and especially their photobooks). But there were so many photobooks, and I also wanted you guys to show you the rest of the house, so I decided that I'll do at least two or tree posts about my grandparents house.
In this post you'll see some photo's from my (great-)grandparents photobooks. They are from the late 30's.
 I have no idea if all these pictures are my family/friends, and I can't ask my grantparents (they passed away a few years ago). I think the picture above is from the Dutch royal house.
I love how elegant these women look, and ofcourse the beautiful oldtimer.