Sam Edelman Petty Boot (also available here and here) | Urban Outfitters Vaudeville & Burlesque Skirt (similar here and here) | Mango Top (similar here and here, also love this one) | H&M Belt (similar here and here, also love this colourful Woven Belt by M Missoni) | Urban Outfitters Clutch (similar here and here)
How do you do?
How do you do?
Let’s just get to the core before our nodding head gestures and stuffy smiles get any more awkward.
I happily present to you my very first blog post containing the first influx of pictures from some time spent in Italy recently.
The pictures were shot underneath the spring sun shining along the neoclassical arches of the Teatro Regio in Parma. The theatre, which is considered one of the true homes of the great Italian opera tradition, frequently stages operas by Giuseppe Verdi, who was born and grew up only 20 miles from Parma. All along the 19th century until today, Parma’s opera visitors have been genuine opera buffs: particularly well-informed to the extent that they don’t hesitate to give voice to their approval, or disapproval – which includes spontaneous whistling or booing against singers who are not appreciated. Somehow we managed to avoid clashing with those temperamental Parmesans during our time there.
This flowing high-waisted skirt is one of my favourites for the summer and also works well without the belt and worn with just about any crop top. I had my eye on these Sam Edelman boots for months before I finally convinced myself I deserved them and I’m glad I did. The wooden sole, the soft suede and the elegant shape: they’re as perfect as an ankle boot can get.
That was it for today. Feel free to keep visiting all that bold bliss on my blog.
Bye then. Oh sorry, I thought you were going to kiss twice.
No I wasn’t, but that’s ok! See you later alligator.
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