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My hubby and I have a tradition: every year for our birthdays (we have only one week in between, not counting the years) we go somewhere for weekend. This time it was Oslo. Oslo was lovely and we managed to feel very relaxed even having a very limited time to spend there. In fact 2 full days and a half of one. Still I feel almost as if I had a full holiday. But the museums were very informative, weather just like a nordic dream, people were very sweet. I need to come back to Norway again. By the way, I was amused to notice the number of barbershops in Oslo - it felt like I could get a cut faster and easier than buying myself a bottle of still water.
For my first look I've chosen a a bright sweater, some bronze accessories, my most comfy shoes and a funny cap. I am very pleased with the total as it was totally what expected and planned it to be and more. By the way, shots were taken in Norsk folk museet, which is one of my personal fave type of museums.


I can't avoid also posting a little of Oslo here as well. So pretty:











I was wearing:
Not branded coat, shoes and cap
Gap sweater
Diesel pants
gloves and bird ring from Sweden
necklace c/o efoxcity

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Oslo looks super, am happy you got to go for the celebration of both your birthdays, that's super sweet :)) Many Birthday wishes to you both xx

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  2. All these pretty pictures! You are so pretty! Lets follow each other! Follow me on GFC and I will follow back!
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  3. love your hat & coat ly! what a fabulous birthday tradition!
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  4. fantastic coat<3
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  5. Oslo looks wonderful and so do you! Happy Anniversary! x

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  6. such lovely tradition!!! very very nice!
    Un abbraccio,
    Eva e Valentina the anarCHIC

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  7. it looks like you had a lovely weekend and i love that jacket of yours, especially with the flat cap too :)

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  8. It looks like a fairy-tale place and you look marvelous in that coat! Happy, happy birthday to you and your husband ;-)

    Alicia
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  9. A beautiful city. Also, lobe your style in these pics :)
    Didn't you end up getting a hair cut :D ?
    x
    Lara Lizard

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    1. unfortunately I was foolish enough to cut right before going to Oslo. alas! I'll never be so foolish again

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  10. beautiful photos!:) love the coat!♥ I'd like to visit Oslo someday!:)

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  11. You look really lovely,I love your coat so much.
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  12. Woe ,that looks great ,love the Photos!

    kisses :)

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  13. Woe ,that looks great ,love the Photos!

    kisses :)

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  14. What a beautiful trip, and outfit! You look so cozy and warm!

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  15. Norway is wonderful, friends of ours just go married there, it was beautiful. I love your long coat, very chic dear. x/Madison

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  17. That wooden house is gorgeous and your over coat looks warm and nice.
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  18. hey! how cool that you visited Norway! I spent almost 2 weeks there several years ago and it was such a lovely trip. I especially loved their small villages and would totally love to go back!

    Maiken,
    Maikeni blogi - part of me

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    1. oh the small villages! i wish I had time to visit them.. like your two weeks!

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  19. What a fun tradition!! Happy belated birthday!

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  20. What a fun tradition - and great outfit! I LOVE your boots!!

    xx

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  21. Great photographs! I would love us to follow, you could start and I will follow you back right away. :)

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