Sunday, 12 January 2014


Heyy!! This is my first post in 2014. I took a little break from blogging, but now I am back to stay.
We didn't have a white Christmas here in Estonia this year, which is very unusual. The weather was way too warm and rainy for December and January, but yesterday winter hit us. It got cold and started snowing. Now it feels like January.
Today I'm wearing a very casual outfit. I mixed a tough khaki green shirt with a softer light pink top. I love the contrast between these two. To keep the outfit simple, I wore my favourite tight black Zara pants and a small See by Chloé black bag and studded black Francesco Milano boots.

Wearing: Top, shirt: H&M/ pants: Zara/ bag: See by Chloé/boots: Francesco Milano

Photos by: Anu


Thursday, 21 November 2013

Farewell to the fairground

Hellooo!! I'm so sorry for not posting for a whole WEEK, but it was a crazy week at school. I'm doing so well at school this year, yayy!!:) Time is flying by so fast, I can't believe today's already Thursday and the weekend starts tomorrow.
Another reason for not posting is that it's so dark all the time. Most of the days by the time  I leave school, the sun has already set and it's too dark to take pictures. On Monday I went to school when it was still completely dark and left when it was already completely dark. I hate it!
In my opinion, black, white and red(maybe mixed with some khaki green or denim blue) is this season's main colour palette. Maybe it's because plaid is so in or Christmas is near. :) Anyway, I decided to experiment a bit with these colours. I'm wearing a black and white striped sweater with a black leather shirt, black boots and my essential warm parka. I also have red lipstick on. I hadn't used red lipstick in such a long time, but I tried it again now and I really like it. So I guess you'll be seeing lots of me wearing red lipstick from now on :)

Wearing: Sweater, skirt, coat, bracelets, bag: H&M/ boots: Diesel

Photos by: Anu


Thursday, 14 November 2013

Cozy sweater

Hiii!! I can feel that winter is close every day, because it's getting colder and the air is already quite icy, but it has been quite sunny and a little bit warmer the past two days. And by warm I mean about 7° C. But last year this time it was already snowing, so this year is pretty warm.
Although it's a little bit warmer, I've still dug up all my comfy and cozy sweater. This burgundy sweater is one of my favourites, it's so cushy. I combined it into a very simple outfit with a denim shirt, black pants, sneakers and a black bag.

Wearing: shirt, bracelet, bag: H&M/ sneakers: Vans/ sweater: Pull&Bear/ pants: Zara/ watch: Fossil

Photos by: Anu


Friday, 8 November 2013

Two braids

Hellooo! I'm so glad the week is finally over, now I can have a nice and relaxing weekend, watch some movies, TV series, catch up on my reading and just rest.
Today I have a really fun hairstyle. I put my hair in a ponytail and then braided two little braids of it. I think it's a good change to the regular one braid.
I'm wearing my boyfriend jeans with a shirt that I wore a lot last summer and I dug it up today. I love its vintage'y feel. I also like outfits that have some contrast and this one has contrast between the light and colourful shirt and jeans and the black details. I also adore how the blue flowers on the shirt match the colour of the jeans.

Wearing: Shirt, pants, bag, bracelets: H&M/ blazer: Takko Fashion/ shoes: Vans/ earrings: Pimkie

Photos by: Anu

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Grunge, but proper for school

Hiii!! It feels very late-wintery here in Estonia. It is constantly raining and getting colder colder every day. As much as I don't want it to, it's becoming quite impossible to take pictures outside in the freezing weather. :(
Today I'm trying out this 90's inspired grunge-punky style that is very popular this season and that I really love. But I still had to look proper for school, I have to leave the braver experiments for the weekends. I wore a red plaid shirt with light beige pants. To punk it up, I added a chain necklace, beanie hat and creeper-like sneakers. Plus a warm black coat (that actually has some red plaid material inside) against the icy air and rain. What do you think of this look?

Wearing: Shirt: Bershka/ pants, bag: Gina Tricot/ coat: Stradivarius/ hat: Stradivarius/ necklace: Lindex/ bracelets: H&M

Photos by: Anu

Saturday, 2 November 2013

London part 2

If my last post was about our second day in London, this was is about the first and last days.
The first day we arrived at Stansted airport at about 1 o'clock, but it took us almost 3 hours to get from the aircraft to our hotel. Getting through passport control, going from the airport to the city train and then from the station to our hotel by metro. In Tallinn we were home in 15 minutes.
Firstly we went to a Starbucks shop right next to our hotel :) .
We stayed at a hotel in Notting Hill right next to Notting Hill Gate. When we got there, the first scare was that our room was in the basement. But actually it was okay. The room was very nice, big and modern and there was still a window.
On the first day we went to Piccadilly street to have dinner at a restaurant where our friend had worked and then to the theatre. We went to see Mamma Mia musical at Novello thetre. It was an extremely fun night. The musical was so entertaining and the actors were all excellent and sang really well.
On the last day we had to start going to the airport at 2 o'clock. So first we had breakfast at Pret A Manger (I think we went there about 5 times in 3 days:) ) and then went to see St Paul's Cathedral. It was so beautiful.
Next we rode to Liverpool street station where we caught our train later and walked to Brick Ln. We got completely lost and found ourselves in the middle of a business district, but not the bohemian Shoreditch neighbourhood. After straying around for about an hour, we finally found Brick Lane! It had such a cool vibe and it was full of delicious curry places. And we went to a really nice little cross-street where was this super cool vintage shop. I regret it so much that I didn't have my camera in my hand while visiting these two streets.
After that we went to Liverpool street station and back to the airport. That was the end of our quick and intense trip.
It was such a fantastic trip and I already want to go back there. I think my big dream of moving to New York City to study is being replaced with a new dream. A London dream.

Our hotel was on this street in a same kind of white house

Piccadilly circus

Trafalgar square at night

Novello theatre, where we saw Mamma Mia

Covent garden at night

Mmmm... miss it so much already

St Paul's

Last Starbucks at the airport
Photos by: me & my mum
I hope I can go back to London soon, miss it so much already