Wednesday, 29 July 2009
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
These sandals are officially the most comfortable shoes I own. Mine are nude colour though, but they look great in black, too.
I bought my Trippens at 2or+ by Yat, which I think is one of the best (if not the best) clothing stores in Helsinki. They have a wonderful selection of clothes that steer away from both "look-at-me-I'm-fashionable"-clothes, as well as regular high street stuff. In addition to Soi Yat Cheung's collection, they stock A. F. Vandevorst, French Connection and Junya Watanabe. Today I took my Trippens out for a walk dressed like this:
I can't get over how comfortable these shoes are. The rubber sole, the quality of leather... everything about these shoes makes me feel as if I had stepped into a mold, perfectly shaped for my feet. What's even better is that unlike Camper shoes, for example, they don't have that comfortable-shoe-look which can sometimes be, well, all wrong. Okay, their prices are slightly on the high side, but it is not that we are talking about insane amounts of money for what they are.
Tuesday, 21 July 2009
autumn / winter 2004
autumn / winter 2007
spring / summer 2008
spring / summer 2009
Great stuff, right? Well, then I got my hands on Dealer de Luxe's issue 19, and saw the editorial titled Popsicle, photographed by David Shama, styled by Monia Benayicherif:
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Saturday, 11 July 2009
The other day I experimented with some spiderweb-inspired tights:
Of course those are not the tights I really wanted. These are:
I will probably be hitting myself on the head when my countless H&M tights and leggings rip apart (and they will), because for the price of 20 cheap pairs I could get really good ones to last a long, long time.
Sequined bolero: Primark (!); Top: men's H&M; Two dresses: Vero Moda; Suede-effect leggings: Zara; Shoes: Converse