mint green

Mint is this season’s hottest color! You will have a hard time not finding a mint piece for your spring and summer collection. I’ve scoured the web for  my favorite minty green picks:

Yves Saint Laurent Obsession satin and suede pumps at net-a-porter

Valentina Satchel in Mint Cowhide from Botkier

Mint Candy Apple nail polish from essie

ACNE Bacall crinkled crepe-shorts at net-a-porter

KEP New York bangles

Erika oversized sunglasses by Ray Ban 

Carousel Bangle Watch from Kate Spade

If you crave a few mint accents for your home,check out Vipp’s collection in Copenhagen Green

whisk me away

Today I stopped in the lovely Normann Copenhagen Flagship store on Østerbrogade. If you are traveling to Copenhagen you must stop by; the shop is filled with marvelous products from both well known and new designers. My favorite thing about Normann Copenhagen is they change the window display every day which is a treat for the eyes!

My favorite product in Normann Copenhagen is Beater, a collapsable space-saving whisk in an array of colors by German design trio Ding3000. If you are in the market for a new whisk consider this one. Check out Normann Copenhagen’s website here.

20120508-173032.jpg

20120508-173043.jpg

summer sandals

summer sandals


It was a cold and dark winter here in Copenhagen, but Spring has finally arrived! Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee I am not used to the dark Danish winters; I’ve never been so happy for spring! To think,  just a few months ago the sun rose at 8:00 at set at 16:00, now the sun rises before 6:00 and sets at 21:00!

What better way to celebrate the spring/summer season than with a lovely pair of flats. The leather details and neutral color pallet of these Rag & Bone sandals will go with any outfit!

torvehallerne kbh

20120318-194531.jpg

20120318-194550.jpg

The newness of KBH’s food market Torvehallerne has started to wear off, but the it remains the culinary epicenter of the city. I’ve been hoping a well priced organic stand would open, and this Saturday I discovered Jord, which has beautiful, fresh, organic produce. We all know buying organic is more expensive but Jord is fairly priced, and it’s cheaper than Irma!