I love Danish food not only because it's really tasty, but also because it's relatively healthy. Soph suggested we try one of her favourite dishes, a cold chicken salad in creamy sauce with traditional rye bread. DELICIOUS. I think I ate my body weight in rye bread while I was away and by the end of the week I hadn't gained a pound. Thank you Denmark. I made up for this with croissants in Paris.
For the rest of the day we wandered through various markets across the city, snatching up bargains. The first was a street market where I bought an oversized baseball jersey for £5, even though what I really wanted was the vintage white suitcases. I travel with awkward, heavy luggage at the best of times, so it's probably not a great idea to add 6kg worth of suitcase with no wheels to my problems. The final market was indoors, showcasing a mix of new designers and second hand clothes. I love this idea because it's a great platform for up and coming designers, but also a space for individuals to have a spring clean of their own pieces. Here, I bought a pair of brand new suede ankle boots for £30 (I can't show you a photo because they are still in transit from Europe...I told you, terrible packer, always have to send stuff back).
Space was the reason I resisted buying that oversized floral print ACNE sweater. Although the lovely shop assistant did tell me they have a new service where you can buy in store and have it delivered straight to your home! Also, I really wanted to wear it as a dress and it was just the tiniest bit too short.
'Is it slutty?' I asked her. She neither confirmed nor denied, but she did bring me a skirt to try under it, so I'm thinking the answer was in the affirmative.