Green trench

Fashion,15 May 2020

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Last spring, I sold pretty much all of my trench coats. I didn’t wear them that much and felt like they were too fitted and ladylike for my current taste. I didn’t buy a new one and to be honest I didn’t even feel the need to search for one. The lack of a trench coat wasn’t a whole in my wardrobe that needed to be filled right there and then. Little did I know, because when I stumbled upon this army green water-resistant trench by Andiata, I instantly fell for it.

Since I’ve learned to wait a minute or two and not buy everything I like, I waited a bit too long. When I decided to go for it, it was sold out in my size. When I saw that it was back in stock, I immediately placed it into my shopping cart and checked out. Best of all, it was on discount!

When I posted this Andiata trench so many of you liked it as well, therefore I just had to borrow this sample from Reserved so I could show you! It looks the same, but it’s much more festive in the fabric and a great budget version.

I’ve linked both trench coats here (budget) and here (splurge) for you to compare and get a closer look. Which one do you like better?

Ps. I hear Andiata still has some left at Stockmann in case you got as obsessed as I ;)


interior,13 May 2020

Source: Pinterest

At the moment, I’ve completely given up and lost all interest in the current apartment we live in. All focus is on the new one, and my Pinterest is on fire! My children have created their own boards and even though they dream of their own rooms decorated with Nerf racks on the walls, slides and neon rainbows I’m thinking learning how to compromise is an important lesson in life :). Therefore, I’m now doing my very best to get them into liking earthy tones and cozy spaces. They are not quite convinced yet, but slowly starting to accept the fact that we’re not going to purchase a Lightning McQueen car bed or one that’s shaped like a seashell. I blame Pinterest for the inspiration. It’s both a blessing and a curse.

This mood board sums up the mood and colors I like. This time, I really want the children’s rooms to feel like children’s rooms. A space that invites to play but is easy to keep organized. I think organized spaces helps with creativity, calms down and feels peaceful. My goals for the children’s rooms.