спасибо большое! - Helsinki, Day 3 (last day!)


It was the last and concise morning in Helsinki. We (literally) popped in at the Design museum where everybody for some weird reason thought we were Russian.
We looked at some church trhough the bushes (since we were too tired to go closer) and visited the flea market, which this time was much more crowded.
From the flea market I found t h e most gorgeous bag but since the lady selling the bag aslo sold vintage Chloe, Balenciaga and Chanel, I didn't dare to ask for the price. When I finally did, I wasn't shocked, but still you know, it was WAY out of my price range. I left the flea market with pair of simple black flats bought from a lovely lady in gorgeous lightblue dress.
We got home in the same magic tram, that changes its route number and confuses everyone, we used last time. It aslo passed the "Helsinki ghetto" so the tram was filled with bizarre people. We had to sit next to 2 antic men because other vacant seats were conquered by a guy with muddy feet :(
PS. The AUTUMN SALE is waiting for you at the previous post!
skirt - selfmade | shoes - link | bag - miu miu | bodysuit - vintage
Oli viimane ja sisutihe hommik Helsingis. (sõna otseses mõttes) hüppasime läbi Disainimuuseumist kus millegipärast oldi väga kindlad selles, et me oleme venelased.
Vaatasime (puude taga asetsevat) kirikut (kuhu me lähemale minna ei viitsinud) ning külastasime (juba natuke tihedamalt asjadega täidetud) kirbuturgu.
Kirbuturult leidsin ma maailma ilusaima koti. Kuna sama leedi müüs ka Chloe, Balenciaga ning Chaneli vintaget ei olnud mu lootused selle koti odavuses väga kõrged ning kui ma talt lõpuks hinda küsisin sain ma oodatud vastuse ning kott oli mu hinnaklassist (kaugel) eemal. Aah, love you mu perfektne hall punutud kotike... Lahkusingi kirbuturult, saades sealt vaid paari klassikalisi musti kingi kena helesinise kleidiga neiult.
Koju sõitsime me taaskord selle magaic trammiga, mis liini numbrit poole teepeal vahetab ja kõiki segadusse ajab. Tramm viis meid koju ringiga, läbides vaheapeal ka "Helsingi getot" ja selle tõttu oli tramm täis veidrikke. Me pidime istuma kahe imeliku mehe vastu, sest ainsad teised vabad pingid oli vallutanud poriste jalgadega mees (Raudselt Nigeeriast- kinnitas Britt mulle) :(
PS. AUTUMN SALE ootab kõiki huvilisi eelmises postituses!

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  1. te olete mõlemad nii ilusad :)

  2. Your trip sounds like so much fun! I definitely have to visit Europe soon! Like really soon! Your friend with the hat looks so cute! Your pictures are incredibly great like always!
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  3. this is lovely, you look so thin in the last picture (thats a good thing by the way) I was just wondering whether you can actually speak russian? Because I heard somewhere that you learn russian in estonia x

  4. B.P - Yes, I can speak russian. Not fluently, but yes.

  5. love your outfit :) seems you had fun in Helsinki! these posts of yours make it another city on my travel wishlist ;)

  6. You look so cute in all the pictures.
    I'm so jealous of this!

  7. this is really nice. i love your outfit. it looks like you had so much fun.

    do you rent a place there or do you actually own a house there?

  8. I love the black and white skirt!

  9. Wow, love that skirt you made! Really enjoying all your Helsinki photos too


  10. How do you make your hairbun so perfectly messy like that ?!? :)

  11. s.b. - ooh, it took hours to make (it was the strong wind, actually)

  12. I was in russia too (:
    but Moscow (:
    looks like your having fun
    I love your skirt(:


  13. Aww, I love flea market finds. And that skirt is amazing!!! x

  14. большое пожалуйста))))))

  15. Интересно написано....но многое остается непонятнымb

  16. Интересно написано....но многое остается непонятнымb


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