Hi everyone and welcome back to my blog! I’m sorry that I haven’t updated this space for about a month but as you may already know from my social media, I was travelling in Asia for 3,5 weeks and in Spain for 2 weeks with friends and family, which made it tricky for me to keep up with my blog. I am working on some travel posts as there is definitely a lot to share from my journeys!
However, today I wanted to start off with a fashion post of an outfit (and cafe!) that I’ve been loving recently. If you live in the UK or Northern Europe, you may know that we get approx 3 days of summer per year, which is why my summer outfit looks worryingly similar to all my winter outfits. However, the newest addition to my wardrobe, which makes this look a distinguishable ‘summer look’ is this pair of pink, satin trousers from H&M. The material of them is so light, which makes them perfect to wear in hot climates where it would otherwise be impossible to wear long trousers. In fact, these pants were a favourite of mine when my family and I were hiking in Spain – the pockets are nice to rest your hands in when out and about. Another great find from H&M is these Ray Ban-esque sunglasses, which I have unfortunately already broken…
Vahvlihaldjad – Cutest New Cafe in Tallinn
Last but not least, I HAVE to give this cute cupcake cafe a mention. As far as I’m aware, “Vahvlihaldjad”, which translates to “Waffle Fairies”, is a rather new concept cafe in the heart of Tallinn (Estonia), which specialises in all things sugary. The price point is rather cheap and products range from €2-4. Vahvlihaldjad or Waffle Fairies actually has a very limited availability of waffles – the only ones I spotted in store were in fact ice-cream cones. As no ice-cream is offered in store, these cones can instead be filled with cream, soufflé or local delicacies such as Kama foam or curd. (Kama is a mixture of roaste barley, rye oat and pea flour.) Other products include cakes, scones, macaroons, meringues… you name it! Coffee is also served. I would definitely encourage everyone who happens to be in Tallinn to give Vahvlihaldjad a visit.
Vahvlihaldjad can be found from Balti Jaama Turg (Reisijate 7, Tallinn), and it’s open from 9-19 from Monday-Saturday, and 9-17 on Sundays.
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Trousers: H&M / Top: My Bandage Dress / Coat: Missguided / Sunglasses: H&M