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The easiest way to get a romantic glamour touch to your interior is by adding a big golden framed mirror to the room. Hang it on the wall like the picture in the middle, place it on the ground or put it on a sturdy cupboard against the wall. It's also the perfect solution to make the space seem a bit bigger.

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One of my favourites is to add a nice vintage golden bar cart to the livingroom. Besides to use it to put some bottles and glasses on it you can style it in alot of different ways. Use it to display some of your favourite shoes and bags, put some books on them or cover it with all different kinds of plants and flowers. The possibilities are endless with this one!

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I have a soft spot for golden framed couches and coffee tables, there's something about them that makes it so timeless and chic. I would personally choose for one golden piece that catches the attention but as you can see in the third picture you can go all the way with gold framed furniture. The blue velvet couch you can see in the first picture is designed by Jonathan Adler and is on top of my interior wishlist at the moment.

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My favourite way to add a golden touch to the kitchen or bathroom is by opting for some pretty golden faucets. I really love how it looks in minimal spaces, it just gives it an interesting touch. Absolutely love how it looks combined with a marble surface, just perfection!

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You can choose for small golden items if you're not a fan of big golden pieces that draw the attention in your interior. Add these little details with golden candleholders, cups, plates, lamps, cutlery, pictureframes,... There are a billion options that suit every style!

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You all know that I like my prints and textures in an outfit. I think it's so much fun to mix and match pieces you never thought would look good together. This look is a bit more edgy than I would normally wear, but if you like it you should wear it, am I right? :) The pink skirt is absolutely one of my favourite purchases of 2016. It really has that Gucci feel to it and I can match it with so many items. I actually shopped the whole look (except the sunnies) at Zara! This proves again that it doesn't matter where you shop, as long as you pick the right materials and textures you can make any outfit look like a million bucks.

boots, skirt, bomber and shirt: Zara / sunglasses: Polette

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Officially wrapping up 2016 with a recap of all my looks I posted that year. It's always so funny to see what I wore a year ago, sometimes it's a look I wouldn't wear again today so it's nice to see how style can evolve and change so much over time. My favourites are the looks I recently wore in Miami, maybe it's because I'm missing the sun alottt already! Really hope you all had a great start of the year so far! Let me know which look is your favourite, I'm curious! :)

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Only two whole days left of 2016! I really can't believe it, it seems like time goes faster year by year. I always like to dress up for NYE, it's an evening when I go all the way with glitter and shine both in my outfit and make-up. This is what I would wear on NYE, hope you like it! :)

skirt: Zara / top: Zara / bag: Saint Laurent (30% off) / necklace: Gucci