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Montmartre and Other Stories

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Zara basic dress
CN puff bag
Adidas Honey Low trainers

Here comes my last post from Paris experience, in honor of this vivid city. Every new place leaves my mind burining with places, spaces, people, food and everything culture is about. Anyhow, when it comes to words on the blog I find it hard to shape all letters so you would feel yourselves where I’ve been. ‘Cause Paris is just the way we feel it and it’s what I imagined before coming there: majestic miles holding the spirits of my favorite writers, artists and designers.
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Paris Fashion Week

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Zara Basic skirt
CN Plush Bag
CN Wool Coat
Kelya Shoes Lace Ups

  Luckily enough as we visited Paris fashion winds blew us to Jardin Del Tuileries where we found ouselves in the heart of fashion week. It’s always a pleasure to visit FW as it’s eternal source for inspiration. Next time we’ll come prepared for all the buzz and pretty people, but for now take a look to the snapshots.
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Postcards from Paris

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All Saints Leather Jacket
KelyaShoes lace-ups
Asos Skinny Denim

One more destination from never ending travel list can be crossed out. It’s Paris this time, me and my husband went for a klitche, because you just can’t go wrong with it. Weather was wonderfull as the city itself and even though the plan was to take it easy: it never happens in a places like these… Eiphel tower, Champs-Élysées, Les Invalides, Montmartre, Louvre, Père Lachaise and everything in between. And- of course- drinking wine in evenings with the view to sparkiling vivid metropolis.  What is more, this was the first proper holiday in our lives– perfect no other way to call — and now I can tell that being just a tourist is a delight.
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Together, To Be

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Moët & Cocaine sweatshirt
Yoins bucket bag
Kelya shoes lace ups
H&M crop top.

  Well, what can I say, cold kicks inn but I’ll keep it warm for this post, since I’m sharing the outfit from August. Even though I’m not a big fan of sweatshirt – for some reason I don’t see it fits my attitude- it gives a great liberty to keep yourself in a teenage-dirtbag-state. This is something I need today, before that dark day called birthday comes. Only few days left… I can’t understand why woman kind also have birthdays, keep us alone you monster called age!

We are in Helsinki

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Dunes Leggins
Sheinside Dress
Nike Free Run Trainers

  From all the things I am, I can call myself a great dreamer first. Every new city is full of adventures and the moment you leave it, it becomes the greatest memory.  Anyhow, Helsinki had the most special place in my heart forever, yet it was always bookmarked with ‘someday’.
-(Putting more into today instead of endless planning pays off (most of the time). )-
We came to the capital of Finland after… 16 hours on bus and two hours on a boat. We were crushed; my spine has turned into question mark and eyes poped out trying to keep us awake. But the excitement was taking over and in six little hours we visited:
Suomenlinna – the island that can be reached by ferry which leaves at port next to Market Square. Island is one of the world heritage sights and is historicly important sight. Yet, for me as an Easter european it wasn’t much of an excitement, since the grounds of island tells stories of World War II monuments and Russian influence. I’m all familiar with that from my own backgrounds, anyways, it is a beautiful place covered in rocks and geese are everywhere. First two pics are actually taken there, peacefull, isn’t it?
x Market Square – the most famous market in Finland, offering lovely souvenirs from natives, it’s a good place to get something like horn pendant. Also, you can get a bag of berries or mushrooms in there.
x Tavastia + Semifinal – it was a day time so we managed to take a peak only from the outside. Yet we are really happy we found two greatest rock clubs in Finland. These where the homes for most of soon to be world known rock stars. We’ll come back there for Helldone festival, I’m pretty sure.
x Temppeliaukio church –  a Rock Church. Yet it’s not called under this name because long haired dudes play there (this is what I would think, haha)- church itself is excavated into solid rock. Miraculous architecture, very modern and very extraordinary!
x Aikuisten Lelukauppa – well, if you know it, you know it. Oh, and if you don’t here’s a story: it’s an adult shop for all the kinky stuff and the owner of the shop is Kari Valo. He is a father of Ville Valo who plays vocal for ‘love metal’ band HIM. Now, shop is more attractive for fans as a place for exclusive merchandise more than sex toys. The band itself is called biggest exports of Finland ever and every supermarket is full of stuff with the band. Since we still had sentimentality for teenage rebelion years, this was a must to go to.
For the end of sightseening of this capital we passed by some other landmarks like Senate Square and Uspenski Cathedral and had a very expensive beer. Quite productive, weren’t we?
Helsinki is a small city and it’s quite new so it is good to plan ahead because it’s not majestic place for tourists eye and there is no labyrinth like streets. Yet, it’s full of Chrismtas shops and raindeers (in all shapes and forms) and don’t forget that it’s a land of moomins.
This time I couldn’t be fashionable but for stylish traveler I would definitely recommend to visit Design District
One last thing, I love about Finland it’s blue haired guys and gals in Dr. Martens wearing metal band t-shir everywhere.

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Stockholm, Baby

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Jord Watch
Kelya Shoes wedged shoes

As promised in previous post, I’m tracking down the my journey through Northern Europe. For this post it’s Stockholm. We spendend one day there rushing in the old town with no major purpose, since love of our lifes is Helsinki. Yet, we had an amazing time because capital of Sweden is full of lovely streets that gets you lost and Gamla Stan – old town-  itself is a challenge for irresponsible wanderers.
One thing, that makes me glad, it is wayyy cheaper than Oslo or Helsinki and you can feel almost comfortable once paying for your dinner in the restaurant. It’s pitty we didn’t have much time to go for a cocktails in Vampire Lounge , it’s a lovely cheap place for drinks. This one is almost only memory from to my first time in Stockholm, when I was there with my brother.
Well, enought of sentimentality because all I can say: this city is a wonderfull place for people who love culture-rich cities with old town fuuull of shops that fashionistas would die-for… But my very own fancyness went only as far as H&M -( come on it’s swedish brand!) since this shop is in every-single-corner of the capital.

Let The Journey Begin

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My wishfull thinking always leads me to doubts as any material expression can never be compared to the rainbows in my minds. Thats why Im so on a turtle-mode. Anyhow, just a quick update with a great promise that posts about our wandering is coming for next week. Me and my babe went on a very intensive cruise and visited Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn, one country per day.
Even though it was a quick getaway that came across while searching for deals, we managed to take the best of it. What is more, I still love out faces from once we were high from being tired.