I don’t know what it is exactly, but there’s just something about train stations I really like. They for some reason just look really cool to me. Especially when you make them black and white! I think it is the rough kind of dusty looking surface, with all of the almost graphic lines that fascinates me 🙂 I took this picture at Copenhagen central station the other day.
The pictures are taken by the very talented photographer Brett Lloyd who is a photographer I only recently discovered on social media actually, (how 21 century, haha) but who’s work and photographs I really love and find very cool and inspiring! For the 13th issue of the London based art and fashion magazine DUST.
So I have gotten a lot of lovely compliments both in real life and on Instagram when worn these flower sliders, so first of all thank you all so much for that it honestly makes me really happy! I’ve also been asked a few times now where I’ve bought them, how much they were and if I know if they’re still for sale. So here it is all at ones ( 😀 ) The shoes are from ZARA and they were 250 dkk. I really love these sliders firstly because I think they’re super pretty! I’m normally not too much into flower print but there was just something about these sliders and this flower print that I couldn’t resist. And secondly they’re actually so comfy to walk in. Of course not for hours and hours and miles and miles, but for a trip into town or a day at school/work they’re very nice and comfortable! If you’re just as much in love with these pretty shoes as I am, I’ve found a direct link to them on Zara’s website for you right HERE! Have a lovely evening guys and good shoe shopping 😉
Just another little insta-latly collage on this lovely Wednesday evening. I hope everyone’s had a lovely day and enjoyed the sun, I know I have 🙂 Remember you can follow me on Instagram too where I (almost) daily post on my wall and/or Insta story. You can find my Instagram profile under @itsemilyeileen or follow the link here: EmInsta