Scandi in the City

When it comes to Scandi style, the sun doesn’t set. That’s partially due to the fact that the sun literally doesn’t go below the horizon during the summer months, but also because we, as a collective can’t get enough of the breezy, minimal aesthetic of Nordic fashion. Not so much the peroxide eyebrows though. During the colder months, Scandinavian style and layers go hand in hand and usually don’t venture outside of its symmetric lines. Let’s explore the art of summer dressing in the land of the midnight sun, where simplicity and functionality dominate the beaches and streets. Grab your favorite sunglasses (you're going to need them) and read on. The future of Scandinavian fashion looks bright.

Embracing the clean lines, muted hues, and natural fabrics, Nordic inspired aesthetic embodies the essence of laid-back sophistication. From breezy linen to impeccably tailored separates, each ensemble exudes an air of understated elegance that seamlessly transitions from day to night (Even though there's daylight at night. I will never get over this. Where’s my eyemask?) 

In the midst of sun-drenched days and cool, crisp evenings, mastering the art of lightweight layering is essential. Opt for breathable fabrics such as linen, cotton, and lightweight wool to stay cool and comfortable throughout the day. The breezy Donna shirt paired with Beverly cropped trousers or a flowing maxi dress layered with a lightweight linen sweater like the Brigitte, effortlessly captures the essence of Scandinavian summer style.


In true Scandinavian fashion, less is often more when it comes to accessories. Opt for simple, understated pieces that complement your ensemble without overwhelming it. A pair of minimalist sandals, a straw tote bag, and delicate gold jewelry add the perfect finishing touches to your laid back summer look. 

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