|You can see a selection of my beautiful orchids here. Orchids are definitely my favourite flowers and their blossoms are simply gorgeous!|
|These are my everyday outfits from regular workdays (7th, 8th and 9th of March to be precise).|
|What I Wore 07.03: blouse - papaya, second hand; tunic - [ES TI: CI:]; waist-belt - Seppälä; jeans - Levi's.|
8th of March, Tuesday - it was International Women's Day, but also our Elvis's first big birthday.
I learnt that the day was originally called International Working Women's Day and in different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political and social achievements.
Events took place in more than 100 countries on March 8, 2011 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day.
Anyway, we had some celebration with colleagues in my workplace: men gave women roses and tulips, we drank champagne together and ate a few snacks. Also celebrated Shrove Tuesday and ate shrove buns. Oh, and the working day ended two hours earlier than usually!
In the evening I and Erik drank some Martini Asti and ate rye pizza made by me. In fact I can say rye pizza is a good variation and healthy too. I got the recipe from an Estonian food magazine called "Oma Maitse" and I'm absolutely going to make it again some time in the future.
|What I Wore 08.03: blouse - Woolworths, second hand; vest - Pepe Jeans London; jeans - Levi's.|
|What I Wore 09.03: top - Guess Jeans; vest - Pepe Jeans London; scarf - Halens; belt - Lindex; sunglasses - Dolce & Gabbana; jeans - Levi's.|
11th of March, Friday - a little time ago I and my colleagues ordered some clothes from Halens together and for now the package has arrived and I'm oh-so-happy, because everything looks so nice! I got red-black-golden pyjamas (totally love the hot pants), a floral airy tunic (looks so good with a waist-belt) and a pink sequined top.