HOW I STYLE FOR 17TH OF MAY CELEBRATION

You have to be Norwegian to understand the meaning of our contitution day. In 1814 we got our own constitution, and we have been celebration our minds out every year since (exept the war years 1940 - 1945). I think it`s a nice tradition, everybody is out in the streets waving their flags, singing 17th of May songs and eating all the icecream we can handle. 

 

If you own a bunad (a national dress) this is the day to wear it. I unfortunally don`t have a bunad, so this year I went for a red vintage skirt.

 
Because I carry a Norwegian flag around with me all day, I always try to choose one of the colours in our flag as the main colour of my outfit.
 
 
 
So red, white or blue, then...
 



 
Together with my vintage skirt, I wore a plain white T-shirt, white pumps and a white bucket-bag.
 

 
I styled the outfit with gold accessories and a white hat with a red ribbon. Never a 17th of May without a hat, that`s a rule I made for myself and I never break it. And a big, warm, red shawl... it`s Norway after all, in spring we can experience four seasons in a day!
 

It was a great 17th of May, today it is back to work in another outfit.
 
 Skirt - vintage
T-shirt - Monki
Hat - market in Spain
Shoes - Flea market
Necklace - H&M
Bag - Versace
Sunglasses - Dior
Flag - Norwegian
 
Talk to you later!
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