I'm wearing true Norwegian design in the form of iiS of Norway. Don't you just love it? The native inspired print is just adorable and it's actually really warm! I was frozen to the core when I got up today, but this little number did the trick. Well, this and the socks my grandma knitted for me. I must state the obvious today and tell you that I take it very personally when mother nature decides to cover Oslo with more snow; just like that. I almost didn't get out of bed today. True story! The last weeks we have been blessed with sunshine and springy temperatures, but yesterday winter returned. No wonder we Norwegians are so obsessed with the weather - we have to be! One day it's sunshine with birds singing and a generously warm south-western breeze - the next day it's stormy weathers with half a meter snow falling from the frozen sky. Make up your mind already! Is this perhaps an April's Fool prank from mother nature herself? In that case: it's not funny. At all.
Wearing iiS of Norway knitted sweater with print, vintage belt, the knitted socks my grandmother made me for Christmas, Nelly.com shoes and sitting on my vintage DIY shearling jacket.
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I cannot believe that it is snowing there, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.ReplyDelete
We are about 30ºc in the shade today, which is crazy as well...
Loving your S of Norway, and the way you style the whole ensemble.
The photos are fantastic, as ever, Barbro.
you look amazing, love the photos! It was supposed to snow here today, but luckily it didn't! Maybe I shouldn't have said that, it might be a snowstorm tomorrow... Hope not.ReplyDelete
This looks gorgeous Barbro! I love the knights and your shoes :)ReplyDelete
Love your outfit !ReplyDelete
Our summer was like that, but with rain instead of snow.ReplyDelete
But look at the bright side, you wore this amazing outfit because of the snow :)
I loved it, and I'm going to copy it for sure! I just need those socks, we call them Chilote socks here.BTW, your grandma is kind of awesome, they look quite complicated.
Oh! And I can't get over those boots. Perfect!
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The fourth picture is one of my favourite of you!. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
i have such admiration for people who are brave enough to wear heels or wedges in the snow. i fall over in snow boots...ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous sweater dress, the print is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
And yes living in Norway being weaher obsessed goes hand in hand. I'm just glad we're getting rain and not snow in stavanger!
You look like a beautiful winter maiden. That sweater dress with the socks are simply adorable!ReplyDelete
The pictures look FABULOUS!!!ReplyDelete
The sweater is really nice!
Gorgeous sweater dress! You look lovely amongst all the snow. I can't believe it is still snowing there! I am sure your ready for warmer weather. ;)ReplyDelete
love this look! you definitely wore the Nordic print right :)ReplyDelete
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keep up the lovely looks, Barbro!
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I was going to say before I scrolled down that this is exactly what I think of as traditional Norwegian style! It looks perfect on a snowy day. Boston got more snow last night, too. I'm so tired of it! Sound like Norway and Boston have very similar spring weather.ReplyDelete
These photos are stunning! I know what you mean about the snow though - enough already. (I too live in a place with a long winter and unpredictable spring!)ReplyDelete
But the snow IS pretty and you are gorgeous!
I love your socks!ReplyDelete