Posted in fashionblogger

Copenhagen

So my brother in law took the leap and moved abroad. He’s living life on the streets, (well in between sofa surfing), but he’s happy. The happiest he’s ever been. So the family, albeit worried sick about his diminishing stomach and the fact his passport has run out and he’s basically a fugitive (No I’m not joking, and that’s only the cherry on top, but we will save that for another post) are happy for him. Well in his delightful and peaceful contentment of homelessness we decided to hop on a plane and see the silly sod for ourselves. (My mother in law was most depressed!) I booked the flights and off we went. Pursue and rescue. At least that’s what she thought…

My father in law is writing a comical and intriguing second edition to his already hilarious first book, (will link this at the bottom of the page!) which is focused on how my darling brother in law is surviving with no job, no money, no home, no passport, oh and almost no arm! So you can read up on these shenanigans at a later date.

For now, I want to share some cute outfits, speakeasy bars, and delicious restaurants for a damn good day in Denmark. 😉

For the best coffee in town;

Zaggis

Coat is Mango but bought exclusively through

ASOS

This cute t-shirt you can’t really see so I’ve linked below; adds a bit of subtle sparkle to your outfit;

H&M

Leather leggings are Zara (bargain at £19.99!)

My star of the show sneakers:

Shoes are Jeffrey Campbell but brought through Free People. But you can also buy them through here at —-> ASOS

For amazing beers, wine and cocktails off the beaten track;

This cute little bar is in Norrebro (pronounced Nahhhh Bro!) love it!

Harbo Bar

This cosy jumper was a life saver on my trip – total warmth and comfort! I think these are all sold out now but you can find some similar here; Zara

Take a stroll through the famous lantern lit streets of Christiania and unlock some sweet smelling secrets of times gone by…

Grab the most yummy Danish food in one of the market stool restaurants in Torvehallerne

And wind up at the beautiful little houses in Nyhavn – it’s a must see;

We packed a lot into two days, but it was well worth it! For more inspiration make sure you check out my instagram @whatindecisivewants or click on the link here: WhatindecisiveWants

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s