June 21, 2017

Pink Bohemian


As I love this tree and its' blossoms, I just had to take more photos with it. It's the last for this year, promise! This dress is a new find and has been a pretty good one as I have searched for a nice maxi dress in a dark blue shade with short sleeves. Often, those summer maxi dresses just come with little straps and that's just not working for my office attire. We do have a pretty loose dress code, but too much cleavage just isn't ok for a teacher. Therefore, this one is a total keeper. I have paired it with my pink leather jacket here, but actually don't like the length with the dress and prefer my denim jacket, which sits more on my natural waist and not on my hips. A lot more flattering. 



What I wore
Dress: C&A
Tights: Esda
Shoes: Deichmann
Bracelets: Glitter
Necklace: I Am



June 14, 2017

Stripes and Checkers


I finally get to share these beautiful shots in front of my favourite trees. These pink blossoms are the best backdrop each year and I am sad to leave it behind as Mr.B and I will be moving at the end of the Summer. But these beautiful pictures will be a fond memory of mine! It's an everyday look that I have worn on several occasions. I will retire the skirt for the summer for now, but bring it back out for the new season of Outlander in September. You gotta wear that plaid for Jamie and Claire :) That little polkatot clutch was a great find at TKMaxx. Love the print and the size is great. I use it on trips to store my essentials and then just take that with me or pack it in another bag. Also great as an Airport essentials purse.




What I wore

Shirt: Aldi
Jacket & Scarf: Primark
Shoes: Deichmann
Leggins: Long Tall Sally
Bag: TKMaxx
Pins: Disney Store






June 6, 2017

Cowgirl vibes


I am currently working lots and don't get to dress up a lot. It's easy to put on things that worked well before and this is exactly how this look came together. This dress works so well with brown and all those faux leather pieces give this outfit a true cowgirl vibe. Yeehaah!
Definitely haven't worn these boots in a while, but they work so well with the rest of the look. It's interesting how many pieces of this outfit are thrifted. I can't wait to go thrift shopping in Finland during the summer again as most of my finds come from there! I'll post my next Finland blogpost soon, so stay tuned for more infos on my favourite country!



What I wore

Dress: Thrifted
Jacket: DKNY, Thrifted
Boots: Deichmann
Tights: Esda
Bag: Thrifted
Pins: Disney Store
Belt: Thrifted
Bracelet: KalevalaThrifted
Necklace & Earrings: Kalevala



May 29, 2017

Lilac Roses



My first find from our trip to London is this beautiful skirt with lilac roses by VivienofHolloway. I really love their products as they make everything in the UK and sew it according to original vintage patterns. Definitely on the more pricy side, but totally worth it. I adore the print and the color is just up my sleeve. The fabric is on the heavy side and nothing for the hot summer months, but it also means that a petticoat is not really needed to keep the form of the skirt. Definitely one of my new favourites!


What I wore

Scarf: gift
Jacket: Primark
Tights: Esda
Shoes & Bags: Deichmann
Pin: Harry Potter Studios
Necklace: heirloom
Bracelet: handmade






May 21, 2017

Pink and Black Spring Look


I am finally back in the game after my week in London. School trips are never an easy thing to do and I felt so tired after that week. Lot's of people always think that the life of a teacher is so nice, having so many days off, going on school trip aka. paid vacation and so on, but in reality that is just so much hard work. When you are running around an unknown city with 20 kids under 18 that have been given into your care and them just being carefree, well that makes you a mom of 20 with one foot in jail should anything happen to them. Let's call this anything but vacation right there ;) 
I needed a lot of rest and spend some time with Mr.B and the family to get back in the game. This week also finally gave us some nice Spring/ early Summer weather and I love it. The look shown here is from the first week of April actually, which was the only nice week for the past 6 weeks or so and it felt silly to post those sunny pictures later on with snow and rain for the main part of last month. So finally sharing this look, which is a favourite every Spring and Autumn. This Lindy Bop Dress is a huge favourite, but has been discontinued in this print. What a shame, as it is such a beauty!



What I wore

Dress: Lindy Bop
Scarf: Primark
Ring: Kaufhof
Necklace: Thomas Sabo
Watch: Skagen
Shoes: Deichmann
Tights: Esda



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