I was wearing: silk scarf - Guess; jewellery - unknown; crop vest - Lindex children's department; top - doo good /thrifted/; jeans - Tommy Hilfiger Girls; sneakers - Baby Phat.
From Rakvere to Simuna
For a fairly long time I have been wanting to thrift-shop in Viljandi but this didn't happen yet on the 5th of May and we drove to Rakvere instead of the cultural capital of Estonia (i.e. Viljandi). Now, when it comes to thrifting we only got two things: a pair of greyish Dr.Denim pants for E. and the most adorable lilac dinosaur for me (of course as a furnishing element into my wardrobe)... which reminds me I should make a home post #2 about my wardrobe (home post #1: the master bedroom is situated here).
Anyway, since we were both starving we decided to search for an eatery and discovered Laada Café where the food was highly delicious and serving really neat as well. Both of us ate pasta: mine was with smoked chicken and E.'s was with chanterelles. And I already know we will visit the place again in the future. This certainly is the power of first impressions!
I also bought a book about Czech Republic since it contains quite much essential information about their capital town Prague. And then we visited Milanfashionfreaks for the first time and to carry on with Prague thematic I found a lovely pair of fuchsia-coloured flats which is going to come with me and E. already on the 28th. By the way, my mom brought me a beige belted H&M cardigan and a Lancôme Déodorant Pureté (gentle roll-on anti-perspirant) from Finland not much time ago and the cardigan is another item which has booked a spot into my suitcase. Actually pretty soon I'm going to start packing because I don't want to panic at the eleventh hour like I've always done so far. But still keep your fingers crossed for me!
And now about the photos: the first part of those was taken in Rakvere town and the second part in Simuna boroughtown wherefrom we discovered an almost ancient gas station which looked like the perfect location. Forsaken places are my favourites by the way. I love the old-time flavour and values. How do you feel about abandoned buildings? Do you have any gripping stories to tell? And last but not least: enjoy the photos and be sure to tell me what you think.