With all the holiday posts going up here on my blog, you could almost forget the reality of falling leaves, finger-freezing-temperatures and the wailing wind outside. So, with a cup of tea in hand (I hope you have one too), I’m taking a break from 30degree Italy and taking you straight to 10degree Estonia where summer dresses are replaced by sweaters and afternoon Spritz’s with take-away chilli cappuccinos.  Naturally, as it’s got colder, I’ve taken my sweaters out of the closet more and more and…Continue Reading “A Welcome Break”

Throwing it back to sunny Verona and one of my favourite off-the-beaten-path gems of our trip. Away from the tourist-filled old town, the Giusti Gardens provided a welcome break from the sightseeing, with the high cypress trees and slowly dripping fountains giving us some much-needed refuge from the hot sun too. The gardens are hidden from the street and you only find this haven of calm once you’ve passed through an archway of a pretty inexpressive building. They’re also surrounded by high walls on every…Continue Reading “Secret Gardens In Verona”

Buongiorno, Italian posts! I’m well back into my everyday routine here and our picture-perfect getaway to Italy seems like a million miles away (whereas it’s only been a week…). Nothing like those autumnal temperatures and long days at work to welcome a girl back home! However I plan to guide you though that week in Italy and put on a brave travel blogger face, if you’ll bare with me and my holiday pictures.  As this is first and foremost a style blog, then clothes get…Continue Reading “Walks In Bergamo”

I’m not the most patient of girls (an aries, after all), but it turns out that giving up on buying this top and waiting until the sales to buy it might have been worth it after all. Not only did I get it for an unbelievable five euros on the tag (and saved 15, which is like six cappuccinos), but so far it’s proved to be the perfect end-of-summer top. Perfect with jeans for chillier days, which means all the days apparently, but with an…Continue Reading “Sleeves For Days”

I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news, but I guess that by now we’ve all realised that autumn really isn’t that far. No matter the temperatures outside or the spring-like ruffle tops in stores, September with all its autumnal glory is just around the corner. Quite literally even, as just the other day I did some uni prep and let’s just say I was surprised that school starts next week. What did I do all summer again?  This outfit is my attempt…Continue Reading “Doing The Spring Ruffle Trend in Autumn”

Summers and garden parties go together like strawberries and cream and even though I’m no Alice in Wonderland, I’ve had a few outdoors-y events lined up for the summer. Dressing in this time of year, however, may prove a bit difficult with daytime heat quickly turning into evening chills. So I propose my tried-and-tested outfit – grey on grey with delicate and feminine basics, all the while covering some of this summer’s trends from pleats to slip-everything (buying this top in 2014 was a fashion…Continue Reading “Secret Garden Party”

I think I’ve found my first “investment piece”. And no, it’s not the ridiculously on-trend patch bag from Mohito, neither the age-old denim shorts that I recently upcycled. I’m in fact referring to that gorgeous pleated shirt from Cos, a sale find from way back in January that I have a feeling will serve me for years to come. It’s got that undeniable “hey, I’m expensive, but you actually paid 17 euros for me” feel to it and as long as I can’t really afford…Continue Reading “Patches And Pleats”

Festival nostalgia is still very much with me, so what better time to introduce you to my outfit from Positivus 2016 day 3. A few days before the festival I went on a four-hour-long second hand shopping spree and one of my lucky finds was this floral dress, perfect for festivals and summer days alike. Of course, as the day wasn’t too summery and waking up to the sound of our tent’s walls shaking in the wind wasn’t too promising, I went for the jeans-under-dress…Continue Reading “Festival Layering Skills”

It was my fourth time at Positivus Festival this year, so a fairy-light filled outfit post at the end of July is kind of a tradition here. At least until now, because as nice as the Latvians are, if the festival doesn’t sort out their line-up, then I might opt for another party next year. This might sound like I’m the most pretentious hipster there ever lived, but producers like Mark Ronson and pop acts such as John Newman aren’t really the jam of Positivus….Continue Reading “Positivus Style”

Festival fashion is a thing, and it’s not just about wearing rubber boots or remembering to bring a hat. Flower crowns of all shapes and sizes are having a field day and there’s lace tops as far as the eye can see, so I’m here to bring an alternative to the party, because love it or hate it, festivals are a blogger’s dream and dressing up is pretty much mandatory. Essentially, you should bring clothes that a) can get dirty b) aren’t brand new, so…Continue Reading “Festivals In Vintage”