I've been obsessed with blush pink for a while now and needless to say, my wardrobe has slowly but surely been transforming into that colour like nobody's business. Two of my most recent purchases - blush pink pumps from Aldo and a matching purse from Dune London - are just the icing on the cake. I fell in love with this Saint Laurent Sac De Jour-esque bag the minute I saw it and felt it to be a good addition to my wardrobe (without being too much of a copy). With the shoes I wanted to go for a timeless look, but have them be as comfortable as possible. These Aldo shoes really ticked the box, as the heels are, for 10 cm, surprisingly comfortable to walk in. Pumps probably aren't going to be my everyday shoe choice, but I already have a few outfits thought of that they would look excellent with!


Today's topic is an oldy but a goody, an echo of perfumes past. The classic Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Toilette was introduced to the market in 2007, making this year its tenth anniversary. I had, of course, smelled the perfume before, but somehow in a myriad of scents in department stores, it never made a strong impression on me. I disregarded the scent pretty fast, claiming it's too girly, too simple, too childish for my tastes, but ever since purchasing this, have quickly changed my mind. It is easily one of the more elegant, feminine scents I've ever encountered. Since the beginning of the fragrance, Marc Jacobs has expanded the Daisy-line by a large range of spin-offs (Daisy Dream, Daisy Eau So Fresh etc) and continues to come out with new ones each year. It is, however, the classic 2007 edition that I would like to talk about today.


Well, that title is definitely a cringe-worthy pun, but I couldn't think of anything better to describe what I saw when I looked out the window on the 9th of March. That's right! Not days before Christmas, not the 1st of January. Like literally 3 days ago. I was getting ready to wear high heels with pink tops and frills for spring already. We quickly ran out to capture the cool weather, even though I have to say, snow, you're like two months too late.


I don't know if and how you celebrate Women's Day where you are reading this from but in Estonia, it's like a second Valentine's Day in a sense that men give women flowers... and that's kind of it. When I was in high school, I felt so entitled to these flowers, I was seriously offended when my boyfriend at the time didn't provide them in time. This year is the first year in my life, when I've started to think about Women's Day differently. Instead of feeling so entitled someone should do something for us, why don't we do something for each other?


Sunday mornings are my favourite time. I guess there's something distinctively fleeting about the fact that in only a matter of hours, the (disquieting) thoughts about work, school or responsibilities catch up with you. Sunday mornings are the last time before a whole new week starts and the last moments to take a few deep breaths before diving into the work or school week. I like to keep my Sundays pretty chill, so you won't be finding me planning outfits for a full five days or in the kitchen meal prepping for a whole week. Whilst these things are important, I definitely lack the skills of planning things so far in advance. I've listed nine things I do like to do on Sundays just to catch that last wave of relaxation, before a whole new hectic week starts.