Polka Dots in the City

Bordeaux Fall Look

Hi Fashionistas!

It’s officially as fall as it can get here in Denmark and I took the opportunity to change my wardrobe completely. It has gone from all summery to extreme fall mode. I even planned to try the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks with my friends, but we haven’t decided on a date yet. I don’t know why, but that drink has become so popular over the years and it’s just part of so many people’s fall check list – therefore I’ve got to try it. In Denmark we’re actually supposed to have a fall break, but these rules unfortunately don’t apply to university students, sigh. However, two classes got cancelled this week, which is quite nice.

During the weekend I convinced my most trusted photographer (my roommate) to take some shots and we even filmed a lookbook, which I’m super excited to share with you. It’s my first ever YouTube video, so I hope you like it. The outfit was inspired by my most favorite color for this season – bordeaux. It’s such a beautiful color and just screams fall. To make sure the shirt was still in focus I decided to pair it with black jeans and a black hijab. For jewelry I went for rose gold necklaces and rings. I paired two of the same necklace, which was a trick I learned from Dalalid. It gives the illusion of a big statement necklace.

The bag I’m carrying was actually my mom’s. She got it at a second hand store – the woman had never used it before, which was nice. Seeing how little attention my mom was giving it, I decided that it needed a new owner that would appreciate it. I think it’s such a lovely design and goes well with bordeaux. The boots that I’m wearing might look familiar to you and that’s because I actually wore them in my previous post. I’ve been loving these boots ever since I bought them and camel looks great with many outfits.

Outfit Details:

  • Shirt – H&M
  • Jeans – Gina Tricot
  • Boots – H&M
  • Hijab – Kuwait
  • Rings – H&M
  • Necklaces – H&M
  • Bag – second hand

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