Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Porcelain doll - with a pile of books.


Heipä hei!

Päivän asun inspiraationa posliininuket sekä jotain vaikutteita sain myös nukkemaisesta
lolitatyylistä, jota olen ihastellut jo vuosia. Hameen sain jo pari vuotta sitten, mutta ensimmäinen
kerta käytössä - niin kuin yleensä. Onneksi en mennyt myymään sitä, sillä se näyttää
niin ihanalta muhkean alushameeni kanssa.
Ai niin, ja sisko leikkasi Helsingissä tukkani, tykkään todella paljon!

Tällä viikolla koulun kirjastossa oli myynnissä poistettuja kirjoja hintaan 20 senttiä.
Minä haalin mukaani about 13 kaunokirjallista romaania, suurin osa 40-luvulta mutta myös pari
20-luvultakin. Yksi jopa vuodelta 1905. Eipä tullut kalliiksi ainakaan!

(Translation: Hello!

 I got inspired by porcelain dolls and I also got

some influences from japanese Lolita -style, which I've been admiring for yeeeaaars.
I got this skirt couple of years ago, but this is the first time I ever wear it - as usual..
Luckily I didn't sell it, as it looks marvellous with my petticoat.
Ah yes, my sister cut my hair shorter in Helsinki, I like it a lot more now :)

This week, school's library is selling some books, 20 cents per book. I bought 13 old
novels, most of them from the 40s, couple from the 20s. One is from 1905! And I only spent
2 euros..)

Tein tuon avainriipuksen itse valamalla viime vuonna kun opiskelin vielä käsityömuotoilua.
 Se oli ensimmäinen kerta, kun kokeilin pronssivalua, toivottavasti ei viimeinen.
(I made that keynecklace myself last year, when I studied hand crafts design. It
was my first time I ever made jewellery by casting, I hope it won't be the last time.)

Tältä näytin ulkosalla. Takki on kolmisen vuotta vanha, tykkään siitä kovin.
Eilen satoi jo vähän lunta, ei kuitenkaan luonut pientäkään valkoista peitettä. Huomenna kuulemma
sataisi enemmän!
Ja vaihdoin headeria, ideoita niin paljon :) Mitäs tykkäätte?
(This is how I looked after I came from school. That coat is three years old, I like it a lot.
We had snow yesterday, but it didn't create white ground yet. I heard that tomorrow
we will get snow again, but a lot more! I hope it is true.
And I changed the header again, so many ideas. What you guys think?)

Nähdään pian! Jossain vaiheessa kirjoitan vielä Tallinnan matkasta, mutta en vielä. :)
See you soon! At some point I will write about our trip to Tallinn, but not quite yet :)

34 comments:

  1. LOOOOOVE your hair! And I, too am a fan of Japanese Lolita style. :) I'm part of a local Lolita society that gets together all in public sometimes! You should see if you have one in your area!
    I love that first picture of you; it's such a cute pin-up pose!

    xoxox
    theefface.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you very much Caitlin! :)) And Lolita society, that's so cool!! :)

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  2. Tosi kiva asu ja upea takki!!
    Ja pakko sanoo et oot tosi sulonen tos ekas kuvas :3

    ~Anni

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  3. you look adorable, just like a doll! I love the skirt with the petticoat underneath.

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  4. Wow, these are such cute outfits, I love it!!!

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  5. O,I love the new header picture,I love your skirt,I love your key pendant and I LOVE your coat!
    Hurrah!
    XXX

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  6. How enchantingly pretty! It's so fitting that you described yourself/this look as having a doll-like quality, as I have always thought that about you, too, dear girl.

    ♥ Jessica

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  7. Oih, näytät todella kauniilta näissä kuvissa! Ja asukokonaisuutesi on todella ihana :)

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  8. You do look like an adorable china doll in these pictures. Your sister did a great job with your hair! x

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  9. That header is so beautiful. And I can't believe you made that necklance by yourself! ^^

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  10. You always wear so beautiful clothes, you really look like a porcelain doll! lol I liked your hair too, I think it looks so classy!

    have a nice day xoxo

    Marcela

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  11. I adore your coat Sara! I just love coats with fur collars! I'm glad you didn't sell your skirt because it looks fantastic with the petticoat to give it volume! And well done on being a bargain book hunter! Very impressive!

    Emma x

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    1. Thank you Emma !:)) Yes, I am so glad too! :)

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  12. this square dance skirt is fabulous. i love square dance skirts ... yours has an amazing print.

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  13. BEAUTIFUL!!! I love it all!!

    XOXO
    Lynn

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  14. beautiful skirt!
    xx

    www.desdemonavintage.blogspot.com

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  15. Hello there Sara, another lovely outfit! And I like the hair. Mine's getting long but annoyingly isn't long enough to do the Heidi plaits which I see so many people wearing at the moment!

    Thank you for your kind comments on my blog recently, sorry for not responding - work has been completely insane!!

    Porcelina xx

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    1. Thank you Porcelina !:) I hope your work will calm down a bit!

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  16. love the whole outfit and you look beautfiful. I love you and your blog!!! Followed you dear. :)

    Love, Maria
    www.imavintagebee.blogspot.com

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  17. Your header is great. Who's that person on the photo?

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    1. That man on the frames is Finnish actor (30s-40s) Olavi Reimas :) I have a huge crush on him, he was very talented actor in my opinion :)

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Go raibh maith agat!

Yours sincerely,
Sara Kristiina

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