Apteegi Str, Tallinn
I think everyone wants to define oneself as somehow unique and the easiest way to do that is by dressing up in a certain way. I choose clothes that other people necessarily would not wear. In Estonia very many people define themselves through brands and have these huge brand logos visible on everything imaginable. I hate such clothes and style. Wearing Gucci, and Dolce & Gabbana and so on doesn’t mean you have a great style. I get my clothes from small second-hand shops – this jacket is from Iisraeli Keskus (Israel Centre) and shoes are from a second-hand in Haapsalu. My thing is to wear a lot of different colours, big sweaters and I like to plan my outfit a day in advance. I think in Estonia people in one social circle tend to dress alike, so my friends definitely give me ideas what to try next.