The weather here in Finland has been amazing, so the past days have included park picnics, road trips, and visits to the local sights. One of the most interesting places in my hometown Tampere, is a palace called “Milavida” (or Näsinlinna as the locals call it) which has been closed from the public for 12 years due to renovation. This mysterious new baroque style building is so beautiful on the outside, so when the opportunity came to peek inside due to a temporary art exhibition, I knew we had to act fast. The promising shell of this perfect villa truly delivered: It was literally like stepping right in the middle of a fairy tale with it’s checkerboard floors, large windows and endless staircases. If I get filthy rich one day, I now know where I’m investing my money.
Naturally I couldn’t resist to shoot my outfit in these magical surroundings, and I’m quite sure I’ll return here in the following days. What comes to my outfit, the off-white Ann Demeulemeester hooded tunic is a new purchase and so comfy that so far I worn it three times over the weekend. Tonight when I go the Weekday store opening in Helsinki, it will be day number four.
Hooded tunic: Ann Demeulemeester
Jeans: Cheap Monday
Wedge ankle boots: Rick Owens
Bag: Silent by Damir Doma (stolen from my bf)
Zipper necklace: Ann Demeulemeester
Rings: Kalevala Koru, custom made nail ring and gifts
If you are interested in visiting Milavida a.k.a. Näsinlinna, it’s open until 30.5.2010 from Tuesday to Sunday from 11-18 and located on the Näsinpuisto hill in Tampere.