Sunday, August 30, 2009

Apteegi Str, Tallinn

My friends have already gotten used to the fact that I always wear crazy and over-the-top outfits - preferably in green and orange - but when I'm in a bus or walk around the city there are always some older ladies, who look at me as if I have gone mad. I make all, or at least most, of my clothes, so when I go shopping then I mainly shop for cool fabrics. I got the orange fabric for this dress from Norway, but there are really nice fabric shops in Tallinn. Besides all that, I think it is important to have comfortable clothes and accessories, which would work whatever the weather or situation
is. Also, I don't care too much about fashion, because it can be a bit restrictive and I just want to wear whatever is me and makes me happy.

Roseni Str, Tallinn
I just got back from a trip to Berlin and Paris and I spent a lot of time in a car, so I thought I want to wear something very comfortable and flowy. The dress I'm wearing today used to belong to my mother. I get a lot of ideas from my trips abroad, because it is just nice to do some people-watching and see what works for other people. Besides that I get inspired by art. Recently my big favourites are Klimt's paintings and the small patterns and motifs in his art. I'm a huge fan of patterns anyway. They make ordinary looks more extraordinary. However, art, people-watching and also music don't just affect the way I dress, but inspire me in general. Fashion can't be separated from other aspects of life.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ooh some crazy colours! For some weird reason I'm really into these dresses, even though I tend to wear just black.

30 August, 2009 22:09  
Anonymous Antonio Barros said...

Her orange dress is lovely!!!!

30 August, 2009 23:24  
Blogger Antonio Barros said...

Thanks for the comment you left in my blog! I'm glad you like my polaroids! Your street style pics are amazing!

30 August, 2009 23:48  
Blogger jilliancamink said...

I'm such a fan of this outfit. What a lovely lady!

09 September, 2009 08:12  

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