Better late than never, so here comes a brief story about our trip to the European Capital of Culture 2011 (for your information, it's Tallinn) on the 15th of October.
We went by train which finally gave me an opportunity to read through the whole Teen Vogue's September 2011 issue (Emma Stone graces the cover by the way). And that means I can eventually get myself a new magazine, so great success! Anyhow, now about our very reserved shopping: first of all we visited Stockmann's Crazy Days event which was resulting only for Erik whose shopping ended with some good bargains.
I guess maybe I was too selective (which actually is a beneficial thing in my opinion) but I only got the blue (or purple.. I really can't tell but I'll show you soon) Helen sweater from Guess (to be specific, it's a stretch viscose sweater with V neckline and with sequined Guess logo customisation along the neckline). It randomly came into my mind that I was actually looking for a new sweater anyway, so lucky me.
On a completely different note we finally checked out the Monument to the War of Independence and unfortunately it was rather disappointing... well, I'm not a huge fan of Tallinn anyway, so case closed.
At least we got to eat some really good food: for example the basil pasta with olive oil, smoked chicken and parmesan in Amps Aura Café was simply delicious and Erik also loved his creamy seafood pasta.
Therefore I hope you do enjoy the very gloomy photos and be sure to tell me what you think!
I was wearing: imitation fur coat - Reflex (thrifted); silk scarf - thrifted; jeans - Crocker (thrifted); belt - unknown; wedges - Pearlz; red jacket - thrifted; black lace blouse - thrifted; bag - Valentino.