Saturday, May 05, 2007

Girl in Oslo




Today, I've been walking a lot around the city. First stop was Bogstadveien, that was turned into a pedestrian area for its seasonal market day. Lots of people were hunting for the lucrative markdowns, and for shop owners, this day is probably a great opportunity to reduce their inventory;)

I bought a pair of ballerina shoes from Maloix at Hector. They were surprisingly comfortable and go with almost everything. With the proper rubber sole I could really notice the difference from my cheap ballerinas. So when it comes with shoes, I guess the price mirrors the quality...

If you have the chance, you should definitely stop by United Bakeries at Paléet in Oslo for a raisin wheat bun. They're huge, heavy and hearty. Next to the buns at Åpent Bakeri, these are my absolute favourite. Yummy! I haven't tasted their brownie yet, but that didn't look bad either...:p

Today's outfit consisted of: Shorts from Paul & Joe Sister (bought in Paris), vest from H&M, bolero from Bik Bok, and vintage necklace from St.Hanshaugen Secondhand.



6 comments:

Ladybird said...

Skoene var søte de! De bollene er elstramt store, jeg må bare titte på de hver gang jeg går forbi. Enorme! Godt å ha deg tilbake bloggende! ;)

The Fashion Economist said...

Takk for det, Ladybird:) Ja, bollene er virkelig King Size!

Tekå said...

Nice antrekk!! Bollene er to die for. <3

sus said...

Fin du var! Og cool med the fashion economist foran slottet.

The Fashion Economist said...

:-D

Anonymous said...

Bollene ser utrolig digge ut! De må testes ut! Du ser som vanlig utrolig bra ut! Du bommer aldri! Stå på! ;-)

RP