The trench report

Fashion,Outfit,19 March 2018

The trench coat has always existed in my wardrobe. It’s a piece I crave to wear just as much as my leather jackets. Even more so now, when my wardrobe has become smaller and my taste more specific. It’s the perfect classic that always dresses up any look and feels luxurious paired with anything. If it’s long enough wear it tightly wrapped with the arms and collar rolled up, or layer it on top of almost anything and you’ll look like a million dollars.

The trench coat is unisex and looks just as good on men as it does on women. Most of the most iconic and best pieces are just that, unisex. Simple, neutral and forever ageless. Crispy button up shirts, Ray Ban’s, good jeans and loafers equals impeccably stylish and never boring. My instant choice of color for my trench is camel or light beige, but I also like black- preferably in leather. This spring the trench is not only a great basic, it’s a must have. It comes in every shape and form and looks good on everyone.

My trench coat from KappAhl is perfectly nonchalant, easy and relaxed. I especially love the cute ties around the wrists as well as the dropped shoulders.

trench coat kappahl// knit soft goat// jeans levis// bag chanel// shoes topshop// sunglasses mango

Pictures by Juuli Rönkä

Why I exercise?

Health,17 March 2018

Just came back from my third yoga class this week. Today was challenging. My mind played tricks with me- making me lose focus. My body feels relaxed but tired and I’m going to spend the rest of my day doing something totally different… I need to balance myself out from this yogi bubble. Maybe pizza and staying up late watching tv?

Did any of you follow my old blog were my main focus was health? As I am a licensed personal trainer, nutrition specialist and health coach well-being plays a very important role in my life, but has been put in the shadow for a while. Everything else has come first, which is natural I guess. Not that I’ve neglected my health, it just hasn’t been as much of a routine as before. Not as tangible and concrete. Anyhow, I try to follow my instinct and that’s what I don’t want to lose. I want to feel good both physically and also my thoughts about my body. Feeling like myself without having to think more or less about my body is what I always work towards. Although, acceptance and gratitude is all I require. No unrealistic ideas about having to love every inch of my body. That itself puts pressure. Working out in any form is my way to forget about everything else and give myself time to feel my body. This time is extremely precious and helps me find focus, strength and perspective. What are the reasons you exercise?

Pictures by Vilma P.