With the exception of some Glossier stuff (of which more in coming days), I have bought no skincare since I returned from Australia in the beginning of the year. This has not been too difficult, as I own enough skincare for a small Korean town. It’s also alw..
First February tip, dear readers: do not catch the flu. I know from painful personal experience that the virus doing the rounds at the moment is a seriously unpleasant one. Wash your hands, avoid people, do what you must – I’ve been fever-free for thee days ..
This look does not come as a surprise to the diligent readers of the blog, I showed the red shirt, red skirt and red shoes combination a while back in my Sezane post. The novelty is demonstrating how to wear all this when it’s really cold, with a sweater, co..
It may seem strange to talk about investing in clothes and accessories considering I’m currently doing my best not to buy anything. It isn’t. Nothing makes you think of buying stuff like not being able to buy stuff. Sometimes these thoughts turn rather philo..
As not all of you are following me on Instagram or Goodreads, I’m planning to regularly jot down what I’ve been reading. These are not meant as reviews (we’d be here all day), just quick indications of what I loved, liked or struggled with. I’ll keep doing l..
Office wear posts are among my favourites: I like the genre and many of you seem to find my ideas genuinely useful. So I will attempt to do these looks on a regular basis, now that my work life will hopefully be a bit more… regular. I’ll return to my old p..
The usefulness or otherwise of eye cream is something people occasionally ask me about and I was reminded of the topic when Nadine Baggott recently uploaded this video about eye products that work (there is also part two, focusing on high street products).
It’s still January, so officially totally OK to issue this month’s memo – snippets that seem interesting to me and hopefully to you as well. I have labelled them clearly, so you can skip the ones that look boring!
1. Penguin Modern series. If you’ve been..
There are books that seem to be made for reading in a certain weather or place. Eve Babitz is summer reading while Doctor Zhivago is winter, Zadie Smith is London and Crazy Rich Asians is Singapore. It is of course not necessary nor always possible to match ..
As a consequence of my Estonian Designer Project*, the trip to Australia and some very unfortunate and unforeseeable expenses/lack of planned revenue, my financial situation is worse than it has been for years. It’s rather embarrassing, really, I’m no longer..