Oh my god how I love this skirt. The flower print. The old-fashion cut accentuating your waist (my best asset!). And the fabric is pure new wool! Gorgeous, good quality fabric. I wear it with a simple good cut white top or crisp white shirt or blouse. And nice heels or ankle boots. It makes… Continue reading Wednesdays are for floating flower skirts. / Kolmapäevad on lehvivate lilleseelikute päev.
We’ve always been very non-traditional when it comes to traditional holiday foods. Usually we don’t follow the traditions in this matter. It’s not intentional. I think the reason might be that during the holidays you have got more time in your hands (with extra days off) and that’s why it’s a perfect time to try… Continue reading Pasta party! / Pastapühad.
Going to job interviews is a job itself. I have to choose an outfit, do my makeup, go to the right place at the right time (can be trickier than you thought!) and of course I have to be on top of the game while being interviewed. The outfit part is always a tough cookie.… Continue reading NEW: Every Monday. The diary of the Espresso Woman. Part 4.
The weekend look will be all about colour and pattern and spring! And the seventies (this rose-patterned blouse with wide-leg jeans). Orange with blue – I just love it. Don’t just colour the eggs for Easter – make yourself colourful, too! ********************* Selle nädalalõpu mood on värvid, mustrid ja kevad. Ja seitsmekümnendad (fotol olev roosimustriline… Continue reading Le weekend: orange and blue. / Kirju nagu pühademuna.
You’ve probably heard that a good coffee saves a bad meal. Well… I wouldn’t stay for a coffee in a place where the food was no good. I’d go to have coffee elsewhere. (I have a book on my bookshelf called “Drinking coffee elsewhere.” by ZZ Packer. I’ve never read it so I’m not sure if it… Continue reading Drinking coffee elsewhere. / Kus on kohvi kodu?
I wonder from which part of the world you are reading this… Here, in Estonia, we still have snow on the ground. And yesterday it was snowing big fat flakes like it was Christmas! Exactly like I told you: March is a teaser. Still, the snow is melting during the day and it creates mud everywhere.… Continue reading Muddy moods. / Mudased meeleolud.
I must have really long legs…. Most normal skirts look minis on me. And you know how you walk on a narrow sidewalk and someone’s walking in front of you. And this someone seems to be stepping real fast but I have to slow down more and more as there’s no room to get past… Continue reading NEW: Every Monday. The diary of the Espresso woman. Part 3.
The presentation of Max Mara’s Spring/Summer collection in Tallinn took place on a day when weather reminded us of our location by the sea. One moment the sun was shining and the next minute a freezing wind was blowing. Just as versatile as the weather was also Max Mara’s sea-inspired collection. Knots, stripes and ropes; yellow, blue… Continue reading Max Mara Spring/Summer 2016 collection. / Max Mara kevad-suvise kollektsiooni esitlus.
I must have seen this wall before but I never noticed it until the day when I went out with my camera. It’s funny how the camera makes you see things. The desire to find something to take a picture of makes you open your eyes and look around. So yes, it’s like there was… Continue reading Writing on the wall. / Sein on ees.
During our long Nordic winters it’s not the cold and the snow that bothers me (Yeah, I’m lying. It does bother me!). The most difficult thing to overcome is the lack of sun. And even on the rare occasions it does shine, it’s so low on the horizon that it stays behind the buildings anyway. So… Continue reading March is a teaser. / Märtsikuu on narritaja.