Ciao bella! I have been in Venice these past few days with my sister and my mom on a holiday. It has been an amazing trip and the weather is beautiful!!!! It has been nice to walk throughout the city in the warm weather and to wear spring clothing. I actually got sunburn a little bit yesterday, but I am not too mad about it because I needed some sun! I wore one of my favorite outfits that I have recently purchased in Europe. I bought the dress and shoes from Zara. Zara is my FAVORITE store to shop in Europe. Their spring collection is adorable. Everything is ruffled, fringed, or feathered. I highly recommend that you check out their website for any of your future family gatherings, parties, weddings, or work related events. They have a great variety of fun and classy clothes at affordable prices. When I was shopping in Antwerp, I actually came across the shoes first, (which I absolutley love because I love any and everything with feathers). I typically find a pair of shoes I like before I find an outfit, therefore, I quickly walked around Zara trying to find the perfect dress to pair with these shoes. I strolled around in them all day today and they were quite comfortable. It was a success with no blisters. Due to my shoes being the focal point, I decided that my Kendra Scott necklace and earrings would be an elegant touch to finish off the look. The “bourbon and bowetie” bracelets are a cute way to add a bit of southern charm to your look. They were purchased from Dress & Dwell. They have a great selection and I would check out their website! I borrowed the sunglasses from my sister which matched my shoes and a branch of wisteria I found just right outside of St. Marco’s Square! They were a perfect final touch to outfit! Dresses are my favorite thing to travel in because they are comfortable and easy to pack! You can also fit quite a few dresses into a suitcase which is great when you have limited space. If you click the hyperlinks above it will link you to the item’s website!
P.S. “Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life” ~Anna Akhmatova