Ok, here is the final part of my photo series from our CPH trip. With more time and the right transportation, I would have loved to visit the university botanical garden and the Glyptoteket.To say the least, I find this city super cool and fun, and it’s only a short plane ride from Helsinki!
The theme for this post will be kittens and fashion, but first up, Sesam attends his first afternoon Q & A…
Our friends and hosts, Mikko and Helena, have a beautiful #ragdoll cat named Mary Poppins. Ms. Poppins just gave birth about four weeks ago to a litter of four adorable kittens, each one named after a Golden Age Hollywood star (think Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Grace Kelly…) We took Sesam over to meet them…
Below: I know how you feel mama!
Below: Cute human species baby…meet cute cat species baby.
One thing I really appreciate about the residents of Copenhagen is that they know how to dress! There is a definite sense of fashion in this town. What’s more, they know how to look good while keeping it practical for biking and inclement weather! Here are a few details that caught my eye…
Below: That bag is not going anywhere! That is one great way to reuse a safety belt!
Below: Can you believe this coat is from H&M? I like the pocket bow detail, fun fabric on the inside, and the way the color changes in different light.
Below: Betsey Johnson handbag; ❤ the ❤ detail, What I didn’t document was the inside fabric: red roses on black…awesome!
Below: Not necessarily fashion per se, but these light fixtures at Meyer’s Deli on Godthåbsvej go well with my penchant for all things #blackandgold. The matte-shine contrast is also pretty cool!
Below: But these sandals fit the #blackandgold fashion mould perfectly!
Below: I was quite proud of this outfit for Sesam, complete with the Benetton sweater vest I got for 2€ at a children’s clothing flea market in Helsinki. The elfin cap and mouse booties were gifts!
Below: Thank you Mikko and Helena for another great visit to Copenhagen! 🙂
Stay blessed and enjoy the life you live! Om!