Archive for October, 2011

” The shadows of your smile when you are gone

Will colour all my dreams and light the down –

Look into my eyes my love and see

All the lovely things you are too me.

Our wistful little star was far too high…

A teardrop kissed your lips and so did I –

Look into my eyes, my love and see

All the pretty things you are to me…”


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The great thing about fall is that even if the days get chilly, the flowers are still in blossom all over the city. So you can walk around town and enjoy the view of the everything that has the capacity to produce beauty in the unwelcoming conditions of cool weather and rain.


Shirt: ellie louse.

Jacket: Instinct.

Skirt: Lindex.

Earings: A gift from a friend.

Ring: Silver City.

Shoes: Shoe Biz. Purse: Mango.

OMG Item:  “Green Mango purse. I bought this small purse 3 years ago, when I was living in Stokcholm. I was immediatelly caught by the bright green colour and felt like I had to have it! After I wore it few parties around, my friends came asking to borrow my little treasure so the purse has seen it all: all kinds of parties, evenings at the movies, about a million dates, trips to other counties – you name it! 😉 And I am surprised about it’s brilliant condition – nothing at all happened to it to indicate it’s age and the frequency of usage! Salut, Mango, salut!”


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When: Every fall there is a time, when the central heating is not on yet but the weather outside cools down to the point that you may want to wear a pullover when you are spending a night indoors. I belive that is a time, when people drink most of their tea. For me it’s a time when I usually turn the heating on – in the kitchen.


Blouse: Terranova.

Jacket: Vila clothes.

Skirt: Next.

Tights: Gatta.

Purse: Accessorize.

Shoes:  Tamaris.

Earings: Primark.

Necklace: Seppala.


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Why: You can never think of a better time to wear a scarf than all year round! No, but seriously… 😉


What: You know what they say about clothing: there is no bad weather, just a wrong type of clothing? So I say the same about scarves: the weather is always  suitable for a scarf, you just need to choose it right. For hot summer weather, I use something super light, super thin: that way, it’s not actually warming me up, but rather stays light, plays beautifully in the wind, adds an extra splash of colour and men will agree – there is nothing more feminine than a sheer clothing detail in women’s outfit! So scarf it up, ladies!

In my house, we have quite a scarf collection! My mom and I share our scarves together and that’s how I get to wear the classier ones – she prefers quality over quantity: cashmere, silk, siphon, classy patterns. And I usually purchase the fun ones: bright bold colours, geometric and floral patterns, interesting cuts, modern layouts, etc. This way, I help my mum to bring some fun details into her everyday office outfits. We try out a new way of wearing a scarf every fall.

And this does not stop here: my dad likes to wear scarves as well. He often takes me scarf-shopping , specially in early fall (I am his scarf guru! 😉 ).

Anyway, even if you are not a huge fan of scarves you will probably still wear it a lot in the autumn and winter if you live somewhere as cold as North East Europe.  So below, I will show you some great ideas how you can style your outfit with a scarf by achieving a funky, casual, arty or elegant look.

Where: Here I was caught on my way to work from lunch on a bridge by the Parliament.


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