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You probably are thinking that what an odd choice of clothing in the winter time, but actually I wanted to wear these products at my vacation in the Gran Canaria. Unfortunately, my shipment arrived one day after I have left to my vacation and I wasn’t able to take them with me. I just had to be a little bit creative and I think I nailed this warm feeling anyway. Now everybody just has to use their imagination to vision me at the desert of Gran Canaria!

All these products are from a new online store called NewMood. They have pretty good selection of many well-known brands like Adidas, Nike, Vera Moda, Vila, but also many brands that we don’t have in Estonia, like House of Holland, Cheap Monday, Lavish Alice, Tiger of Sweden, etc. I was really happy to collaborate with them and I love their wide selection.

I really like this Noisy May top what I’m wearing because it has that beautiful light blue color and these ruffles are making it so girly. Also, it’s a pretty good investment because light blue is fashionable in any season and you can mix it with everything! Newmood.ee has such a good range of sneakers and these classic white Adidas sneakers were just missing from my shoe collection.

PS! If you’re in a hurry than I recommend you to use DPD courier. It’s one day faster than Omniva automatic parcel machines service.

Top Noisy May, jeans Tom Tailor and sneakers Adidas – all from Newmood.ee

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Photos: SanderM
Place: University of Tartu Botanical Gardens 

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    The author Triinu

    My name is TriinuO and I'm fashion blogger from Estonia (little country in Europe). I love writing about my personal style and I get a lot of inspiration by travelling around the world. On my fashion blog, I'm writing about what's hot in fashion, giving tips how to mix and match and I will tell you everything about latest trends.

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