Mon dieu, how amazing is this Burberry's new SS15 campaign? Just stumbled over this gorgeous image of British top models Naomi and Jourdan - Pardon but in my opinion, these two definitely beat Cara & La Moss.
Knit: & Other Stories / Denim: Lindex / Boots: Office / Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Today I'm wearing one of my everyday-outfits, nothing very edgy, nothing very fancy but perfect for a day full of running errands and being out and about. I love wearing bright colours in winter and the combination of white and beige is one of my favourites. The chunky cotton-blend knit is another favourite from & Other Stories, these guys know how to make jumpers, c'est la folie!
Knit: & Other Stories / Denim: H&M / Boots: Zara / Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
When it's getting colder outside, I usually opt for comfy, and especially warm combinations. The chic factor definitely gets neglected this way as big Michelin-style cots and furry boots don't actually add the certain "je-ne-sais-quoi".
Coat: Zara / Sweater & Dress: Mango / Boots: Eden / Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
I spent the weekend in Germany and had real difficulties to get used to the cold after having been spoilt by Paris' constant 14 degrees - anyway, this didn't keep me from opting for one of my favorite autumn/winter combinations: skirt meets boots.
I was searching for a pair of 60's style inspired boots for ages and I finally found them at Eden, a French shoe label that never fails to disappoint.
But let's be honest: The rest of my time in Germany I was wearing super warm moon boots, a big chapka and a Michelin-style coat - I mean, this weather is ridiculous!!
Coat: Zara / Shirt: Costes / Denim: Lindex / Shoes: Mango / Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Sometimes I think the Estonian inside me is missing the seaside so much that she tries all kinds of different ways to get closer to it - for example by having big cravings for poisson, crevettes & co. but also by expressing a certain goût for maritime clothing. That's why I had an absolute coup de coeur for this little sailor hat that I found in a boutique in Berlin last summer and I think it doesn't only work in Tallinn but near La Seine, too.
Hat: UO / Jumper: COS / Denim: Cheap Monday / Wedges: Zara
Ever since Hedi Slimane made his Saint Laurent models wear broad fedora hats and heels on the cat walk in 2012, I am obsessed with this look. A couple of years later, it still works perfectly for a casual-chic and urban look that doesn't need much more than a few (preferably dark coloured) basics.
At this time of the year I usually love wearing a pair of trousers and a chunky knit. However, a dress or a skirt can be a real game changer once I have enough of my usual autumn uniform. This straight midi skirt is one of my current favourites - I love to combine it with both casual knits or sweaters and more chic items like heels or a nice silk blouse.
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs / Shoes: Mango / Necklace: Pascale Monvoisin
In my opinion there is no better label than the French label Equipment when it comes to silk blouses. Most of their shirts like the one I'm wearing are made of washed silk that feels great on your skin. Another great investment piece that can be worn to various occasions and which goes with both casual and chic looks.