by Arielle - Architecture, art, Blog, bracelets, Business, D.I.Y., denmark, design, designer, Entrepreneur, European travel, fashion, fashion blogger, frugal travel, Hollywood, LA, lifestyle, los angeles, RELish By Arielle, shoes, Store, street style, style, Style Blog, Travel blogger, trending, trends, what I'm wearing, young hollywood - October 8, 2013February 27, 2014RELISH GOES TO COPENHAGEN Brunch in Copenhagen. Nyhavn–one of the most beautiful streets I’ve ever seen–rocking my favorite Alexander McQueen skull scarf. Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod with my token orange Rebecca Minkoff mini mac. I love how versatile this bag is. It is comfortable, classic and it was perfect for travel. Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod. Stroget–an amazing shopping area in Copenhagen. The fashion in this city was amazing and I wish I had more time to explore the stores. Amazing architecture Near Christiania. The man who built this building apparently built the staircase backwards and the King was livid. The architect was later so depressed, he jumped to his death from the top of the building. It was so cold in Denmark compared to LA so it was fun to break out the winter clothes. I loved wearing my Raybans because they always brought a classic look to any outfit. Nyhavn. The Little Mermaid spelled “Arielle” meets the original Little Mermaid, “Ariel.” Where the sidewalk ends. I wore my Jeffrey Campbell “everly” booties throughout our whole European trip. They were so comfortable and practical for walking around and whenever the weather got a bit chilly, I added black socks. I also lived in my Top Shop high-waisted skinny jeans. With our band, Autumn Twilights’ Danish bass player prodigy, Rebecca Krogmann. The real life Hogwarts Castle in Denmark.