Remember 2000s? What did Britney, Paris and Nicole have in common?
Juicy. Velour tracksuit with JUICY written all over booty was a must for every fashionista back in 2000s. I was in high school myself and it was essential for every (s)c(h)ool girl to have at least one of those in her wardrobe. The more different colours you had, the better. I remember getting my first (and only) one from Juicy in Nice – it was in grey, and my sister got her’s in purple. And obviously the only right accessories to wear with the tracksuit were oversized sunnies, Dior-Gucci-LV monogram bags and a ponytail.
Fashion really is a circle. And here we are, are almost two decades later, with Kendall and Kylie bringing back 2000s aka Paris style. Yes – monogram accessories, silver mini-dresses and the legendary velour tracksuits are back!
Both, mine and Kätriin’s stunning velour tracksuits are by German streetwear brand – Urban Classics, that we got from StreetShop One.
I’m absolutely in love with mine – its baby pink colour (so Paris H) and oversized hood. It can literally be worn anywhere and goes with anything. I combined mine with classic Chanel ballerinas that I got from our Milan trip and my first ever Dior monogram bag that I got for my 14th birthday. By the way this bag was my first “luxury” purchase – still remember saving money for this for like a year? Can’t believe I’m wearing it now, exactly 10 years later!
Tracksuit Urban Classics from STREET SHOP ONE – Crop H&M – Ballerinas CHANEL – Bag DIOR – Sunnies RAY BAN
NB! There’s a 10% discount at StreetShop One online store with my code: Inna10 until end of July.
FACEBOOK @StreetShop One
SHOWROOM at Filtri tee 1, Tallinn
Photos by Marleen Muhuste
MUA by Doris-Karola Kendaru
Hey dears. So I decided to make a separate post about this absolutely stunning and gorgeous white dress because well… so many compliments, so many questions and messages! Thank you.
The story is pretty simple. When I first saw the dresscode “white” for Moet Party Day dinner at Hilton Tallinn, I was quite excited and didn’t have a single worry about finding my all-white outfit – it just can’t be that hard, can it? I was quite positive about it up until the moment I actually went to the stores and started searching for my perfect all-white-everything look… It was harder than I thought.
In fact, it was a mission impossible. I literally strolled through all the shopping malls, stores and boutiques in Tallinn and scrolled through all the online shops filtering “white” and “dress” keywords. I also considered getting a jumpsuit or a top-bottom combination instead, but I simply couldn’t find anything that would look good enough and feel just right. At some point I was about to give up and skip the party, as I literally had nothing to wear haha. First world problems, I know.
An then on Friday, just one day before the party, it suddenly hit me – I totally forgot about the Dresshouse. I got my oh-so-perfect NYE dress from there too, so all my hopes were literally on them. And Dresshouse didn’t let me down. When I walked into the store and tried on this stunning beauty, I knew it was the one.
The best part is that it is a multi-way transformer dress, so it can be worn in as many different styles as one can imagine. And the fact that this dress is a slightly see-through when worn with white lingerie, only spices up this seemingly innocent look. Reminded me of this.
“A great dress can make you remember what is beautiful about life”. It really can.
Dress DRESSHOUSE – Shoes YSL
Make up by Doris-Karola Kendaru
Whoa, last week was SO hectic and full of events, parties and celebrations. It all started with Moet Party Day on Saturday, followed by my friends’ graduations throughout the week, my birthday party on Wednesday and mid-summer celebrations over the weekend. It’s been emotionally overwhelming (in a good way), so much fun and I couldn’t be happier about everything. I’ll write a bit more about it in my upcoming birthday post.
But for now I wanted to share some pictures from my new favourite “holiday” – International Moet Party Day. How amazing it is to have a full day dedicated to champagne, good mood and good company. Of course me & my dearest Kätriin decided to pop by official Moet Party Day brunch at Lounge Deja Vu to have our breakfast and morning bubbles. We were lucky with the weather, the whole terrace looked so gorgeous decorated with white balloons and all guests wearing only white.
It was SO hot on the terrace that we ended up hiding in shade on Deja Vu’s window couches, which was just perfect spot on a hot day like this.
What could be a better way to spend your Saturday morning? Having had some ice-cold bubbly, some freshest strawberries and feeling a bit bubbly ourselves, we headed over to my place to get ready for the evening party. To be continued. XX
Make up by Doris-Karola Kendaru
Event location Lounge Deja Vu
Tähelepanu! Tegemist on alkoholiga, alkohol võib kahjustada Teie tervist.
A) It’s been one year since my latest giveaway B) We hit 10 000 followers on my Instagram couple of weeks ago C) glorious summer has finally arrived D) it is my birthday coming up soon!
There are so many reasons to celebrate and that’s why I decided to make June the month of giveaways on my Instagram to simply say thank you for all your support and love. There are so many amazing prizes to look forward to and I am so excited for you guys to participate and win.
GUESS WHAT? The first giveaway is with Denim Dream Stores, and I couldn’t be more excited to give away 2×50 EUR gift cards to shop at GUESS in Viru Keskus and Rocca al Mare. The giveaway is on my Instagram here.
Our sunnies, t-shirts and my jacket GUESS – jeans BIK BOK – bag LOUIS VUITTON
The giveaway is for both men and woman and is on my Instagram here.
Bonsoir mes chéries! What could be better than a long weekend getaway in Paris? In May? With your best friend? We’ve been planning (and postponing) this trip for really long, so I couldn’t be happier that we finally did it. End of May is the best time to visit Paris as weather is just perfect – not too hot for endless city strolls during the day and not too cold for cozy dinners on the terraces at night.
As Paris is THE place to bring your prettiest dresses and the highest heels, I couldn’t miss my chance and took my favourite pieces with me. One of them was simple wrap dress by Guess that I spiced up with some statement accessories and sky high heels. Of course those pictures had to be taken at our oh-so-green and pretty inner courtyard. Bienvenue!
Dress GUESS – Bag GUESS (available online and at Guess store in Viru Keskus)
Heels ALEXANDER WANG – Earrings NAKD
Like there’s no Spain without tapas or England without happy-hour – there’s no Italy without aperitivo. Aperitivo stands for glorious couple of hours between 7-9 pm, where one can spend some quality time with their friends, accompanied with drinks and finest selection of snacks. Aperitivo is served everywhere, so it is totally up to you whether you want to go for relaxed vibe at some hidden local gem or a bit fancier atmosphere at gorgeous hotels, restaurants or their terraces. We spent our first night at Sheraton Diana Majestic and the other nights at Bulgari.
Aperitivo was a perfect occasion to dress up and wear my favourite bandage dress from Marciano.
We decided to capture the moment at one of the most iconic places in Milan – Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II. Outfit details below.
Both outfits from GUESS store at Viru Keskus
Kätriin: Marciano bandage dress and leather jacket Me: Marciano long-sleeve bandage dress, Showroom Styling heels
Hello dears! I wanted to share some fun (or maybe not so fun) behind the scenes of our seemingly oh-so-perfect pictures from Milan. As I already mentioned before, our trip was quite hectic, since our “to-do” list was long and schedule was tight. We had several shoots to be done – two of them were planned for Saturday. All was good until we saw the weather forecast – it was 100% chance of shower rain starting 11am. And we had to shoot summer outfits for Guess (outfit details and links at the end of the post). On the streets of Milan. With the perfect “summer vibe” and all that stuff. What we got instead was grey sky, shower rain and 14 degrees. Not so summerish, right?
The only solution was to shoot early in the morning, before 11 am when the rain was supposed to start. So we set our alarm at 6 am to get ready and head over to Navigli district – a lovely Milanese area with two canals and lots of restaurants alongside the promenade. It was cold, we had heavy bags full of other outfits with us, we could sense the upcoming rain in the air, we didn’t have time for breakfast and our feet were hurting (and literally bleeding) from all the walking – I was wearing heels for 15 hours straight the day before haha. Anyways, I’m not whining here, just sharing the story behind these pictures.
As Estonians say, lõpp hea, kõik hea. We managed to have our shoot done JUST before the shower rain started. We changed to some warmer clothes (in the bathroom of a random store) and celebrated our morning with croissants, coffee and “Despacito” dance at a random cafe – the local guys were nice enough to let us in and prepare some good Italian espresso alongside with Despacito, Subeme La Radio and La Mortidita tunes.
10 am latino party at a closed cafe, why not? XX
Both outfits from GUESS store at Viru Keskus
Kätriin: denim dress, suede jacket with fringes , bag Me: dress, denim jacket with emroidery, bag
Milan – the capital of fashion, the mecca of fashionistas and the dream city of every woman out there. Me, Kätriin and Marii decided to meet up there and spend our weekend in the most girly way one can imagine. But it wasn’t just for shopping and aperitivo – every minute of our stay was planned – we had a lot of places to visit and shoots to be done. However, as true bloggers and well… women, we couldn’t not fit shopping into our busy schedule. We had our wish-lists and wallets prepared. We had exactly two hours dedicated to shopping. Via Monte Napoleone was waiting for us.
I’ve always said that shopping does make me happy and it is the best kind of therapy – both mental and physical. Walking 25 000 steps from store to store, carrying heavy bags, having no time to eat and spending half of the day in fitting rooms – that really is a good cardio. And I’m dead serious here. The second best part is the actual process off shopping. The whole experience and the idea of making your dreams come true i.e. ticking items off your wish-list really does give you endorphins. And yes, I’ve always admitted – I like my money right where I can see it, (hanging) in my closet.
DRESS H&M – CORSET Zara – HEELS London – SUNGLASSES Dolce & Gabbana – BAG Céline Phantom
Two hours for shopping was too optimistic. We lost the track of time and discovered ourselves six hours later. Three exhausted but happy girls. With our hands full of shopping bags and Moët minis to celebrate. Because 1) we are officially spoiled with champagne. 2) There is always a reason to celebrate. And successful shopping really is a good enough reason – we made some of our small dreams come true. Cheers to that!
Like everyone else, I couldn’t be more happy about the current weather situation and the fact that we can finally wear loose clothes and look normal (not kubujuss with all the layers of jackets, sweaters, hoodies and fur vests). So it’s a massive “YES” to spring being finally here… but then I’m not setting my expectations up high, as we all know that mother-nature has betrayed us waaay too often lately.
Anyways, here is my first outfit to celebrate the long-awaited sun and plus 15 degrees celsius. I’ve always loved the mix of maxi-cardigan and a tiny leather jacket. It’s a bit too cold to wear these pieces separately with a t-shirt – so mixing all three in one outfit is just a perfect combination. Oh, and of course I am a victim of the massive trend for large logo belts and (sky)high-waisted jeans.
All my clothes and accessories from Calvin Klein Jeans (find links below). Suede shoes are from Showroom Styling.
I don’t really know why, but I rarely accept invites for studio shoots. But then I also like (and need) new challenges every once in a while, so I couldn’t say “no” when Doris & Martin invited me to shoot with them. I’ve always admired flawless make up by Doris, and I like Martin’s works. I like to go for very basic and simple looks when shooting in studio, so I decided to play around with two outfits. Or well, both of them were basically the same – I only switched jackets. Classy blazer vs leather. The good vs bad. It’s funny how one piece of clothing can change the whole look and final outcome.
PHOTOS Martin Dremljuga Photography – MUA Doris-Karola Kendaru– STYLE Me