December 09, 2016

Oversized knit and military boots



Pictures by Andrea Lindberg 

Turtleneck/&OtherStories, Pants/Andiata, Shoes/Zara, Bag/Prada, Sunnies/RayBan

Bonjour

My mother came here yesterday, so happy to have here her for a few days. I've been feeling a bit homesick lately so she came at the perfect moment: Mother and daughter weekend at it's best. <3 

I'm loving this oversized turtleneck from &OtherStories. Perfect with these strech leather pants and military style boots for the effortless chill look. Have a lovely day. xx

December 05, 2016

Takeaway


Coat/Andiata, Bag/YSL, Shoes/Adidas, Knit/&OtherStories, Sunies/RayBan, Jeans/H&M

Ankle length coats and turtlenecks are the best thing I know during the winters in Paris. Protected against the cold breeze from head to toe. With a big take-away coffee from Starbucks in my hand and sneakers on my feet, I'm ready to attack Monday. 

After breaking my phone, loosing all of my contacts and having a new number etc. I created a new snapchat which I will be updating daily. I've been very lazy with using this app but now I'll step up and focus on it. So follow me on snapchat moreliusmatilda to see more of my daily life. :)

Have a lovely week. xx


December 03, 2016

Glencheck


Pictures by Milla Kuoksa

Pants/Andiata, Coat/Andiata, Cashmere knit/Andiata, Shoes/Zara, Bag/Chloé

Good morning! So happy we're in Decemeber already.  I'm one of the persons who looves christmas and the hub around it. Having pre-christmas parties with girls baking gingerbread cookies together , drinking the finnish warm christmas drink Glög, listening to christmas songs: the calm, happy feeling and the joy of being together is one of the best things I know. Under christmas I start to feel a bit homesick, missing my family and the traditions we have back home. Luckily my mom will be visiting me here next week and then the week after that I'll be heading back home for a few weeks of celebration.  <3

Have a lovely weekend. xx

November 30, 2016

Best coffee in Paris part 2: Holybelly


Time for the next part of best coffee in Paris. Last weekend we went to Hollybelly with Milla and Riikka. We had to wait for one hour for our table, because as usual, the best brunch places in Paris are totally full from the moment they open on weekends. At Holybelly you have a really nice and kind atmosphere with people running around, music and tables full of laughter. A total opposite to The Broken Arm, this place has an Australian/US feel rather than french.

We decided to take pancakes in two ways: salty and sweet + a bowl of black porridge with fruits. Everything was delicious, just a little too much sweet to eat in the beginning of the morning. We should have taken one pancake and then some of of their specialty egg dishes that they had on the menu. The portions were huge and the prices ranged from porridge 8e to pancakes 12e and their egg dishes were around 13e if I remember right. Price and quality goes well hand in hand. We left rolling out the café, definitely a place we will be visiting again.




19 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010

Metro Chateau d'eau

On weekends open from 10-17
Tuesdays & Wednesdays closed
Other days from 9-17


November 27, 2016

Thigh high boots

Pictures by Milla Kuoksa

Shoes/Mango, Bag/YSL, Skirt/Zara, Cashmere sweater/Andiata, Sunnies/RayBan

I found theses amazing thigh high boots from Mango on black friday. With skirt or black jeans, I will be using these beauties a lot this winter. 

Yesterday we went brunching with Milla and Riikka to Holybelly here in Paris. Amazing pancakes, coffee and black porridge. I'll be updating my blog tomorrow about this experience. Have a lovely Sunday. xx


November 24, 2016

Make it chill

Pictures by Milla Kuoksa

T-shirt/From Paris, Bag/Dior, Pants/Andiata, Shoes/Elizabeth Stuart, Sunnies/RayBan. Blazer/Andiata, Jewellery/Cartier

Good Friday morning everyone! I'm beyond happy now that the weekend is ahead. There is so many nice things to come. Soon I will go running along Seine after my morning coffee, then I'll go shopping (search for the perfect thigh high boots) and then head to school for one presentation. Tomorrow we will go brunching with Milla and Riikka to Holybelly. I've wanted to go there for such a long time that I'm super excited for this one. 

Now that I have more time from school I can focus on blogging more, so I was thinking that if you have any blog post ideas I'm more than happy to hear. :)

Have a lovely weekend. xx

November 22, 2016

Best coffee in Paris part 1: The Broken Arm

the broken arm 7 the broken arm 8 the broken arm 6 I have been visiting some amazing very Instagram friendly cafes lately, and that is from I got the idea to start making my own list of the best coffee places in Paris. Here it's not the easiest thing to find a nice coffee spot with good lattes in beautiful cups supported with a photogenic environment. It has become better lately with the hipster culture rising up also in the promised land of espressos and dry cookies (sorry).

Here comes my first suggestion. We went to The Broken Arm with Milla last Tuesday. It's situated in the heart of Marais, close to metro Temple and Republique. The Broken Arm is at the same time a luxury concept store and a cafe. The concept store is right next door and also definitely worth a visit with it's effortless, minimal, slightly scandinavian luxury style. As it was breakfast time, we decided to share some black bread toasts and a cookie. The toasts were 8 e each, lattes 4 e and the cookie was 2,5 e. There was  also some granolas and other pastries on the breakfast menu which looked rather delicious. I really recommend the avocado toast and the cookie. Super yummy! All in all a nice calm spot for breakfast or lunch (there is an everyday changing lunch menu with prices ranging from 6,5 e to 20 e).

12 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris

Metro Temple or Republique

Tuesday-Saturday from 9-19

Sunday & Monday closed
Contact

matildamoreliuss@gmail.com