Some videos for you

Hi guys, and so sorry about the fact that I haven't been able to post anything here! I've made a few videos though from my trip to Helsinki and Flow Festival, and also a little lookbook. Hope you like them! As you may know I'm moving to Scotland next week, so I'll try to get someone to take outfit pictures for me as soon as I settle in.. And get friends hahah! Have an awesome day everyone x

xx Linda


Ready for Scotland (?)


Gosh, I can't believe in three weeks I'm already in Scotland! I'm super excited (yet a bit nervous) and it still kinda feels like I'm going there just for a few weeks though and not actually moving there. Maybe the reality will hit me the night before I'm actually leaving, because right now the whole thing just feels like a dream... So weird.

I never realized there's so much things to do before moving, especially when moving to another country. For a few months now I've started to do little things there and there for my move, like getting a new passport, selling my clothes, thinking what I need to pack and things I need to buy before I leave. And not just that, I also have to start planning on being a student again! In case you didn't know I had a gap year, so the last time I was at school was over a year ago. Thankfully now the subject I'm studying is actually something that I love, so I think it'll give me so much more motivation to be a good student!
  I already have my calendar for 2017 (not gonna forget any school work that I need to return or places I have to be in) and I've read Vogue.com weekly just to keep in track where the fashion world is right now and where it is going. I've also read a few fashion memoirs for inspiration etc (that's a good start, right?). But there's of course so much more things to do, many of those that I have to do as soon as I arrive to Scotland. Which is really soon...


So yeah, I've obviously been super stressed lately (what if I forget to do/buy/pack something??) so it was really nice to receive a few goodies from Nunuco in the mail yesterday. I got this super cute calendar from them that I already told you about (link) and also a new phone case (link), which is really pretty too. Love em'!

JA SUOMALAISET: Nunuco tosiaan avaa uuden flagship storen Jyväskylään huomenna, perjantaina 12.8! Joten jos siellä päin liikutte käykää ihmeessä tsekkaamassa avajaistarjoukset ja nappaamassa pari kivaa puhelimenkuorta tai kalenteri mukaan. Tässä linkki vielä tapahtumaan jos haluatte kuulla lisää: CLICK.





Yay, for another video! I love filming/editing these so much, so definitely doing more in the near future. Hope you enjoy these three looks x



Hey guys! Today I wanted to share some tips for thrifting with you, because in case you didn't know, I LOVE IT! I'm also pretty sure many of you guys do too, or at least you should. Here are some of the WHY's and HOW's that I wanted to share with you as a very loyal thrift shop visitor:

(jacket thrifted)


1. It's eco-friendly  There's so much pollution and all that other crap in this world already, so by thrifting (and not always buying new clothes from H&M, Zara etc) you're doing something good for the environment too.

2. It's cheap Almost all of my thrift shop finds have been 5€ or under. So yeah, definitely very wallet-friendly.

3. You'll find some cool/unique pieces Usually people sell their old clothes, so you won't be seeing 10 different people wearing the same thing as you when you go somewhere. And to be honest, I'd rather wear a vintage adidas jacket than a new one from the store anyways!

There's probably SO much more reasons, but let's move to the "how's"....

(shirt thrifted)
(jacket thrifted)


So, you find your local thrift store, go in and look what you like... That's it!

Haha just kidding, here are some (more) tips that I've found useful from my own experience:

1. Check if there are any stains/holes Okay, so you're getting a cool shirt for 3€: great, but when you get home and realize there's a huge stain on it that you won't be able to get off: not that great. Even though you're getting things for really cheap, you want to check the clothes always, so there won't be any unwanted holes or stains. It's still money that you're pretty much throwing away, if you realize at home that you won't be able to or do not want to wear the thing you just bought.

2. Check out the men's clothes too (and vice versa) Seriously. Pretty much half of the clothes I've bought from the thrift store are men's. I love everything oversized, and usually those oversized clothes are men's (you know, they just have bigger clothes in general). So roll up the sleeves, maybe cut the hem or something and ta-dah, you got yourself a cool-ass jacket/button-down/cardigan/whatever you found. And that actually leads to my next tip:

3. Use your imagination Like rolling up the sleeves of an old oversized button-down shirt, use your imagination when finding something that is great, but not quite. If a top is a bit too long? Cut it. If a pair of jeans are kinda baggy but the top part fits perfectly? Make them into shorts. If you find a cool shirt with ugly shoulder pads? Take them off. When it comes to thrifting, you many times find clothes that are kinda cool, but something needs to be fixed. So you just gotta use your imagination and fix them.

4. Don't be sad if you can't find anything The fun thing about thrift shops is that there are always new items there, in many cases pretty much everything changes weekly (depends on the thrift shop obviously). So if you can't find your cool oversized denim jacket the first time, next week you might find 10.

5. Try things on Obviously everything might not fit you, even thought it looks like it will. And like with the stains/holes, you don't want to spend money on an item that doesn't fit. Even though it's cheap, it might not be that wise in the long run, when you've spend a lot of money on things you can't use.

6. Sell your own clothes too You're getting rid of your own unwanted clothes and getting money at the same time? That's pretty awesome if you ask me. But if you're pricing the clothes by yourself (and they don't do it at the store), don't be too greedy. No one wants to buy an old H&M top for 15€, when you bought it for 30€ (unless it's something really unique, I guess). And also, don't sell clothes that are in a really bad condition. Unless they're in bad condition in a cool vintage way, there's a difference.

(Oh, and don't sell your old underwear, used makeup etc.. Just don't)

7. Go there for home decor too etc. At least in my thrift stores, people sell pretty much everything, so they're great places for finding some cool vintage home decor items too for example!

(jacket and belt thrifted)

So that's it! Comment down below if you have any tips of your own.

PS. check out my lookbook where I style some of my thrifted pieces:





Hey there! Finally I was able to do my Bournemouth video from the footage I recently discovered. Hope you enjoy it!