The Wedding

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So it has been a really long time since we posted and I really hope we still have some of our old readers with us but it has been a crazy few months. I got married in July to the love of my life and it was by far the happiest day of my life and just the most perfect day in every possible way. Friends and family traveled from Australia, the US, the UK, Germany Denmark and from other parts of Sweden. Above is a sneak-peak of the big day.

We got married at Carlshällsgård, a fantastic location in Långholmen, Södermalm in Stockholm. My dress is from Theysken’s Theory and the groom’s suit is from J-Lindberg. All the flowers arrangements were created by the lovely Therese at Kaprifol (on Hornsgatan).


I hope you have all had a really lovely summer break (or winter if you are in the southern hemisphere).




Lazy Sunday in Stockholm


Having a relaxing sunday with blankets, woolen socks and lots of tea. Probably one of my favourite things to do on a sunday. What is your favourite thing to do on a sunday? 🙂

Chair: Tapiovaara (found a few of these old finnish design chairs in my fiancé’s country cottage and refurbished them)

Blanket: Klippan

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Simple winter eating


Since it is well and truly winter in Stockholm, here are some recipes perfect for such freezing days. Also perfect for a Monday because they require little to no preparation AND not too many pesky ingredients! Although the chickpea soup does need the chickpeas to be soaked the day before….so some foresight is needed but the soup itself takes minutes to prepare.


Chickpea Soup

Recipe: Goop


  • 1 cup dry chickpeas
  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 large white onion, chopped
  • 3 lemons, juiced
  • salt + pepper, to taste
  • drizzle of olive oil
  • bunch of cilantro to garnish

Read the further instructions here. Plus this is a Gwyneth Paltrow recipe so is of course super healthy (vegan/detox etc)…if you need any more motivation.

Carrot Soup with Miso and Sesames

Recipe: Smitten Kitchen


Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen is an absolute genius and if you haven’t already we suggest going to her site and spending a good few hours bookmarking some recipes! She has absolutely everything and writes instructions that are easy to follow (and also contain many hilarious anecdotes). Her carrot soup with miso and sesames is delicious and a little bit more exciting than your average soup. Plus, needs relatively few ingredients!


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 pounds (900 grams) carrots, peeled, thinly sliced
  • 1 large onion, finely chopped
  • 4 regular or 6 small garlic cloves, peeled and smashed
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped or grated ginger, or more to taste (it could easily be doubled)
  • 4 cups vegetable broth
  • 1/4 cup white miso paste, or more to taste
  • 2 scallions (green onion/spring onion/shallot) very thinly sliced

Read the further instructions here. And finally, if soup is a little boring (or you have had way too much of it this winter) then here is the hot chocolate of all hot chocolates to try. Perfect for a relaxing Monday evening…

Spiked Hot Chocolate

Recipe: Because I’m Addicted

hot chocolate


  • 4 oz (113 grams) good milk chocolate, finely chopped
  • 2 cups milk (of your choice, thicker the better)
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • Marshmallows
  • 2 oz (50ml) bourbon

Read the further instructions here.

Picture Source: Enchanting Autumn.

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Under the christmas tree

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Hope you all had a fabulous christmas and are enjoying some much-needed down time. Here are some of the little treats that I found under the christmas tree this year.

1. Serax Vase

2. Granit Stamps

3. Scissors from Betong Gruvan

“Its not how good you are, Its how good you want to be” book by Paul Arden

Hand balm from & other stories.

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The day before Christmas


Sorry that we have not been updating as regularly as we would have liked! We are both taking a bit of a break to spend time with family and do all those last minute christmas things. I ended up making more of those tiny cardboard christmas trees and I am really happy with them! Did any of you end up trying to make these at home?

Anyway, to combat the darkness in Stockholm right now I am burning all my favourite candles, drinking lots of christmas tea from Indiska, and reading a swedish novel today.

Hope you guys are enjoying your holidays and spending time with friends and family.

“Shine on print” – Therese Sennerholt, candles from Serax, H&M Home, Byredo, & Granit

x J

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Wardrobe Wishlist

wardrobe wishlistSo I know that my wishlist is very monochrome and practical but this is all I feel like wearing in Stockholm at the moment – Grey, black, and a tiny bit of gold!

1. Grey cashmere scarf from & other stories

2. Black shoulder bag from Filippa k

3. Gold circle necklace from & other stories

4. Black shoulder bag from & other stories

5. Black wool coat from & other stories

6. Ipad mini case from & other stories

7. Track boots from Acne

8. Gold rings from & other stories

9. Jeans from Gina tricot

10. Grey coat from Weekday collection

Are you wishing for any new additions to your wardrobe this christmas?

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