Monday, July 29, 2013

Things that happen when I wear kerber - move abroad.

I didn't post this, did I? 
Wearing Kerber to our goodbye party in Stockholm a few days before we left for New York.

Wore Kerber on the plane too. Just works. Try it for yourself the next time you move to a foreign country.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Rachel Khoo at Williams-Sonoma, Columbus Circle

So yesterday went to Rachel Khoo's book signing at Williams Sonoma.
My friends Sarah, Maria and Saranii went along too. Below: Saranii discussing beignet making with Rachel.

Saranii is a teacher and a friend of all animals. All animals. Am serious. She speaks English, Dutch, Italian and I think every language of every animal.

We brought Rachel's book with us from Sweden, will soon try one of the recipes myself. Will let you know how that goes.

off now to see if I can place the kids in more camps to help them get more fluent in English before they enter the American public school system in September.

Also today: MOVING IN FOR REAL IN OUR OWN APARTMENT. For the sake of this blog, will move in wearing Kerber.


Thursday, July 11, 2013

My life this minute.

Am sitting here, waiting for Niki to finish dance day camp. So happy about one particular thing today: wrote an entire chapter for a project I'm working on.  The writing came so easily, it almost felt like cheating.

It's hot in Brooklyn today but not as hot as it's been. There's just this mellow nice breeze and a wonderful summer feeling.

We left most of our books in Sweden as we could only bring one suitcase each on the plane. Today made my first book purchase state side in the nice Brooklyn Art Library store:

Immediately loved this list - an artist listing his financial needs to a benefactor, listing "bad habits" as one of his main spendings. (though personally wanted to scrawl "semi" right before bad habits cause at a mere 5 bucks how bad could they possibly have been?)

They don't have air conditioning at this cafe, just a fan going back and forth. I wanted the fan effect in my hair and realized timing was similar to that of using laughing gas during labor: you have to plan to hit the button/gas prior to the moment you want the effect to set in.

If you want to make money in Brooklyn, I think this is all you have to do: travel the states with a big truck and buy 60's (or older) wooden furniture for close to nothing. Then return and mark all items
2 600 dollars. That's what people do here. Promise. You could do it too.

Ok, that's it for now, must go pick Niki up.

Next: Meeting up with friends to go to this:

Ps.  Passed this sign on the street today. Wanted to tell them "you had me at beer".

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

New me, old me

Now: fake bangs, wearing my favorite silk lake blouse. Location: Brooklyn, NY

Then: Real bangs, real blond, real acrylic blue sweater. Location: Some waterfall, Scotland.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Made a Facebook page too

It's here, if you'd rather read on FB:

soccer mom

taking joel to soccer, heat is already impressive.
my strategy to wear the party shorts was a great idea.

My idea to take a better picture of the shorts? good and bad.

these shorts were also great for walking a 5-year old to dance day camp.

One thing I like about these shorts besides the comfort and style is their name. When people go on about how there's a party in their pants and would you like to join, you can honestly reply "No thanks, I have my on party shorts on right now, so you can keep your party to yourself."

Monday, July 8, 2013

Ok, so here's where we start.

This will be a blog about the great things that happen when you're wearing Kerber clothes. 
It will be written by me, Emi, a writer who've lived most of my life in Stockholm but who have recently (=6 days ago today) relocated to Brooklyn, NY. 

I've had a bunch of different blogs before but this one is dedicated to the Kerber brand. 
Cause I love the clothes and the designer Marielle. 

In the pic above I'm wearing the silk city beach dress in red drizzle print. 
It was so hot in New York, native New Yorkers told me we were hitting a 9 on a scale of 10. 
In this dress though, I just felt like a Sicilian woman going about her business not too concerned about degrees. Look, not even fighting with my kids.