Hey, everyone! Christmas is over and right now it seriously feels like it has been over for ages. Even the fluffy snow is all gone. Besides, as many wise Estonians say - now is the perfect time to start waiting for Midsummer Day or St John's Day and summertime in general. Therefore we are left with almost six more months to
suffer patiently hang on but hey, it's not that bad actually and at least the days are getting longer and supposedly brighter too.
Anyway, I should probably get to the point now and reveal what today's amply illustrated post is all about. So, first of all today's photos were taken between December 21 and 26 and as you could assume from the title anyway there will be a sequel as well, a nostalgic, very snowy part 2.
But let's begin with an outfit from last year, December 21 (can you even believe 2014 is over??). E bought me the "Do what makes you happy" dress a week before snapping these photos. And it was meant to be something cosy I could just wear at home but I still decided to take it out for a spin in public. And I do not regret: generally I dislike lame-ass slogans on clothes (you know, "sexy", "babe", "my boyfriend is out of town" etc) but "do what makes you happy" sounds like something so simple and true, something we should all follow as much as possible.
So yes, it's a very simple look but I'm happy with the outcome. And did you notice my shortER hair?? I know it's actually not short but still a big deal when compared to the hair in my previous post for instance. Feels so much lighter and easier and brushing after washing doesn't rob an entire hour from me any more so I have to say it was a great success for sure. But of course I'm curious too - what do you guys think about it?
thrifted Guess sunnies | thrifted scarf | thrifted SNÖ of Sweden necklace | FB Sister dress | PTA coat | Sempre boots.
our Christmas tree ↑, Elvis struggling with his tenacious present ↓
some presents ↑↓
snippets from our dining and living room ↑↓
Anyway, as always, I hope you enjoyed the photos. Let me know what you think, and see you already in my next post!