Hey! It's time for a traditional Estonian outfit post in between all those nostalgic travel stories I've shared with you over the last couple of months (mixed with my easy summer looks from Crete of course). So, on July 2 a sudden opportunity to visit our capital town arose and who says "no" to a free ride especially when we had planned to go anyway? Well, not us, obviously, and our main destination in Tallinn was my all-time favourite shopping centre Stockmann where I pretty much always score something awesome. And this time was not an exception (must love their sales!).
Firstly, Love Moschino's Heart Bow Blue Jelly Flat Sandals (€
119 70.90) immediately stole my heart and I just had to take them home with me. Because what's not to love when something looks as adorable as those cuties, right? By the way, asos also sells them, in three different colours (black, blue and red) and with a little higher price but still (link).
Secondly I came across something home related: a glass and metal (jewellery) box (€
24.90 14.90). It's such a unique gadget for displaying bits and pieces among my jewellery collection and why not a few other sights that fit the glass and metal frames. And since my storing gear has been increasing perceptibly I must finally begin creating a proper system too... BUT only as soon as the weather gets bad enough, haha. Right now I have want to spend every possible spare moment of time outside in order to catch all the sun and vitamin D I can get.
Anyway, I'm obviously talking too much when I actually have some more capital town purchases to share and those two sale finds are both from good old H&M. I really needed a simple (and cheap!) pair of flip-flops and the charm necklace... well, that was just a result of an ephemeral moment of weakness. Each item cost 3 euros on sale by the way and that was it, the outcome of my little shopping spree.
Now, my outfit of the day includes something I purchased from a small Italian boutique in Agios Nikolaos, Crete and also something I won from a blog giveaway on my birthday. So, my very first Roccobarocco handbag conjointly is the first Crete purchase I'm sharing with you and the owner of that boutique was a very lovely Italian lady who moved to Crete. It was so nice to chat with her and introduce our little Estonia a bit while exploring the authentic Italian goods.
On the other hand my earrings come from a Finnish company called Uhana Design and they're a lovely prize from Dragonfly blog's giveaway (link). They seemed rather big at first but luckily those beautiful pastel shade birch teardrops are also incredibly lightweight and gracious. Definitely one of my current favourites when it comes to earrings and summery jewellery overall. You can explore Uhana Design's web page here.
Anyway, as always, I hope you enjoyed my summery photos. Next time I will probably treat you with a travel post again because May 16-18 in Crete still needs to be covered. It's only three days but a lot happened during that time. Sidenote: it should have been two days but we got stuck on the paradise island. Sounds like quite a story to tell, doesn't it? And I will most certainly share it with you but bye for now!
thrifted sunnies | Uhana Design earrings | thrifted Zara TRF faux leather jacket | thrifted Burberry London top | asos dress worn as a skirt | Vans loafers | Roccobarocco handbag.