Because one can never wear too many stripes…
I brought my most comfy sandals and sneakers to Venice – thank god – as we did a lot of walking. Every day, every night, all the time, but the joy of being in a city with no cars and a new stunning sight on every corner made it worth the swollen ankles and sore feet I ended up with.
Another outfit from Venice.
I was wearing one of my favorite dresses – and one of the only ones that I can still fit into – when having dinner with Louis Vuitton the last night. The dress is quite see-through but a tube skirt and a lace bra is all you need for a night out… When wearing the dress for daytime I mostly team it with a tube dress and sneakers to make it more casual.
Dress//BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN, clutch//LOUIS VUITTON, shoes//PROENZA SCHOULER, ring//SOPHIE BILLE BRAHE
Heels may not be what I wear the most at the moment – and especially not in this heatwave (hello preggo feet). But when I stopped by Zara the other day it was hard to resist these strappy heels – especially when I found out they were made in real leather and could become mine for only 40 quid.
Get them here.
There’s always so many things to do before a vacation – and launching a new website certainly doesn’t help on my stress levels. BUT I’m heading to Venice on Sunday and I cannot wait to get a break from London town. I’ll tell you much more about the Venice trip soon as it won’t be sightseeing and romance only so stay tuned. And please share all the tips and tricks you might have to the city as I haven’t been there for many years! It’s always good to know where to go for the best ice cream, the best dinner, the best view, the best beach, the secret spot… and did I mention outlet shopping?
Back to London and what I was wearing the other day as the outfit included some wardrobe staples – both by RAIINE. You’ve seen the top before and it’s one of those pieces I always throw on when I don’t want to think too much about what to wear. It just always works. So does the leather shorts, which I btw also have in pants (wearing them here). They’ve got the perfect slouchy fit and the leather is seriously butter soft. My next RAIINE purchase will be this leather jacket, which should hit stores within the next couple of weeks.
And speaking of RAIINE. If you are around Copenhagen between the 23rd and the 26th of July make sure to stop by the stock sale and save up to 75% on previous collections and samples. Click here for more details.