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Vahel mõtlen, miks kõik tähtsamad kultuuri-, moe- ja blogiüritused Tallinnas toimuvad, aga siis jõuan ikka ja alati sellele järeldusele, et niisama põnevuse pärast ei hakka keegi neid kuskil mujal linnas korraldama ja tegelikult on ka kogu sihtpublik Tallinnas kohe käe-jala juures olemas. See-eest on moesündmuste poolest Tartul eriti hästi läinud, sest vaid paarinädalase vahega toimuvad nii kunstikooli Mood-Performance-Tants kui ka Loomemajanduskeskuse korraldatav Antoniuse moeshow. Mis iseenesest on ka pisut imelik, sest kuipalju Tartus ikka seda fancyt moetarbijat publikut on? Käisin sel aastal mõlemat showd vaatamas,…Continue Reading “Kuidas elab Tartu moe-elu?”

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Is there anything better to light up a rainy day than sequins? Be it winter or summer, they’re the instant perk and with some of my favourite lilacs thrown in there too, I don’t need much else to get in a more cheerful mood. Maybe only finding a vintage straw bag really similar to all the ones I’ve been eagerly saving on Instagram. To let you in on a little “behind the scenes of blogging” here, then on the day I ~actually~ wore this outfit,…Continue Reading “The Lucky Ones”

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What I’ve learnt this week is that the more stressful everyday life gets (can I get a t-h-e-s-i-s?), the more I tend to reach for the ultimate basics to get dressed in the morning, as forever preached by French girls in bestselling books and blockbuster movies. Even if it means wearing only about five percent of my wardrobe and leaving the more interesting pieces to the deeper end of my closet to wait for more summery times (because nothing ever looks great or creative under a…Continue Reading “French Girl Chic”

On our spring trip to The Netherlands I was set to visit Keukenhof, the tulip gardens in the Northern part of the country, because being a lover of all the cliches, this seemed too good to be true. Mirko however is very sceptical of all things touristy, but it was my birthday and a field of flowers was were I wanted to be, so we took on the daytrip from Utrecht to Keukenhof and back (with a snap visit to Primark in The Hague on…Continue Reading “Reasons To Visit Keukenhof – The Instagram Dream”

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These pictures are coming to you from a place of blooming pink blossoms and trees in full lush greenery, while the Estonian spring is still having a hard time catching up. More on blooms and petals in my next post, but for now, let’s focus on the ultimate tourist outfit that I think I managed to nail during this trip. The thing is, I’m always famously overpacking whenever I’m travelling and hoping to wear outfits put together head-to-toe, which I never do when I’m back…Continue Reading “Blossoms and Band Shirts”

I’m not exaggerating when I say that half of our time spent in Utrecht was spent in its numerous cafés, having one locally roasted artisan cup of coffee after another and generally just people watching and taking in the awesomeness of the Dutch. I’m also not exaggerating when I say that a big reason why I wanted to go back to the Netherlands in general was so I could revisit my old favourites, check out if the same baristas still work at the same cafés…Continue Reading “Utrecht Coffee Guide”

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Is it really strange that I don’t really like celebrating my birthday? I mean, I definitely love being celebrated on the day and I’m never one to pass an opportunity to have some cake, but during the recent years (this is the newly-turned-twenty-three wisdom talking) I’ve skipped the planning, the prepping, the worrying if anybody will come and subsequently, the clean-up of a party and turned to something a lot more special – travel. Since my boyfriend and I only have two months separating our birthdays, then…Continue Reading “Birthdays in Amsterdam”

Lõpuks on teie ees Self Made saate esimene juubeliosa, mis võiks olla alapealkirjaga “head gümnaasiumi lõpueksamite kirjutamist ja siin on üks variant, kelleks sa saada võid”. Rääkisime ERRi ajakirjaniku Eeva Essega tänapäeva ajakirjanduse tempost ja tema tööst ERRis, unistustest ja iidolitest. Juba gümnaasiumi lõpetamise east väljas olevatele on see niisama hea kuulamine, sest vaevalt on praeguses millenialite põlvkonnas palju neid, kes näevad enda elu ka kümne ja kahekümne aasta pärast samal töökohal, kus nad on praegu. Vabandan, kui saade jäi liiga ajakirjanduse-keskne, sest oleme Eevaga…Continue Reading “5. osa: Eeva Esse ajakirjandusest ja eneseteostusest”

While being in the process of writing a bachelor thesis of the ethical aspects of fashion blogging and being a blogger in the start of a new season myself, I’ve recently started thinking more about where I buy, what I buy and more importantly, why I buy. I’d like to pride myself in thinking that I’ve started to shop less (maybe because I was saving for this birthday trip to The Netherlands), but I still get the occasional “ooh, this would look so great in…Continue Reading “On Asos and the ethics of fast fashion”

Is it just me or is this winter neverending? I swear I saw some snow falling the other day and I still haven’t given up my winter coat, although the temptation to whip out my leather jacket and set the coat to rest is huge. Another thing making winter difficult to forget is the fact that this year, more than ever, the combination of cold nordic winds outside and dry radiator air inside made my skin a dry mess to the point that my cheeks were…Continue Reading “Winter skincare heroes”