Thanks for sharing. I haven't seen Mette Sorrig before, but will definitely remember her from now on. She has a fascinating, personal, creative style and, obviously, a keen eye for details. (Notice the great effect of glasses, belts, necklaces, fun footwear, and sophisticated colour repetition.) I, too, can see her influence in your style, Synne.
Here is another stylish and inspirational Danish lady, Gitte Lee: https://www.advanced.style/201.....style.html
Gitte has a different style than Mette and was born in 1935, so she is 84 years old. However, her timeless elegance with dramatic strokes is a perennial inspiration to me--and many others, I think. The concept of her single, but elegant uniform often comes to mind when I am packing for travelling. Quoting from the article in the above link:
"She has her own timeless and elegant and uniform ready for all occasions. Her outfits are the same for every season, a sweater, long coat, and pair of loose trousers. She wears her signature black glasses and different hats to protect her skin from the sun. The true secret to Gitte’s style is that she changes fabrics to suit the season, lighter cotton for the summer, and heavier fabrics during the colder months, but sticks to a simple and clean color palette and structure and accessorizes to suit each outfit. Each beautiful combination is subtly different with the change of a hat or bag and they can be worn day or night in all types of weather."