OOTD - Trenchcoats!

Spring is here, and that means all kind of exciting things, The sun is coming out, we get to plan all sorts of fun outdoor activities and we get to break out those cute wardrobe pieces that have been stuffed away in our closets for the last couple of month. I'm particulary excited about wearing my trenchcoat again. It's such an awsome staple piece! It goes with everything and it suitable for every occasion!

So today I went for a turquoise trenchcoat by the brand Spoom and paired it with dark blue skinnies from Vila, a silky beige top from Broadway, suede beige wedges from Tamaris, earrings from miniinthebox.com and my speedy 30 damier azur by Louis Vuitton. This will probably be my go to outfit this spring! Here are some close ups from this outfit:

For Charlotte we went for a beige trenchcoat by H&M which is simply adorable with the little bow on it! We paired it with a printed tee and brown leggings, also from H&M. Her little booties are by the brand Ugg and the headband is from some online store, I can't remember which one, sorry! And here are some close ups from her outfit:

So these are the outfits we'll probably end up wearing alot this spring! Do you have your spring wardrobe sorted yet?



Humble Crumble!

I'm back with something different this week. A yummy recipe! This is one of my absolute favorites at the moment and I have been making it atleast once a week for the last couple of months. We simply can't get enough of it! It's so quick and easy to make and it is absolutely delicious! Plus it's a way better altenative than pie or a piece of cake!

1 apple
2 pears
1 box of frozen forrest fruits (9 oz)
3½ oz  rolled oats
2 oz plain flour
1½ oz margerine (or butter)
1½ oz light demerara sugar
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon

Now these measurements don't have to be very exact. If you add a little more of this and a little less of that, that's absolutely fine. It's pretty much impossible to mess this one up. Make it once and you can petty much eye ball it the next time.

Chop up the apple and the pears and mix them together with the frozen forrest fruits and the ground cinnamon. After everything is mixed up, thow it into a slightly buttered oven dish.

Take the rolled oats, the flour, the margarine and the demerara sugar and knead the ingredients into a ball. Take the ball and crumble it over the oven dish.

Pop it into the oven for 50 minutes on 350 degrees and voila! You have an absolutely delicious treat! If you eat it warm it is absolutely delicious with a scoop of vanila ice-cream. If you eat it cold it's great with a bit of whipped cream on the side or in your morning yoghurt! Try and enjoy! You won't be disappointed!