70's STYLE, VENICE

Writing this post had me dreaming of being back in Venice with all its shades of blue and terracotta. I loved wearing this outfit whilst roaming across countless bridges and visiting art museums as it was so comfortable and had a kind of polished 70's vibe that I am really into lately. There is also nothing better than my long riding- style wellies which have served me well on this trip around Europe. I found that they go with almost anything and as it is so hard to find size 34 anywhere (my feet shrank again) they make me feel okay about missing out on all shoe shops.

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WHEN IN VENICE

This weekend was spent in Venice which is the most picturesque and special city I have ever visited. The vibe is so chill and everyone is so friendly. Despite the hoards of tourists there is still a glimpse of local life with laundry hanging out to dry, couples walking dogs and the prevalence of small shops. On my first day the weather was amazing, much warmer and sunnier than Switzerland and at every turn, bridge or square there was a photo- worthy view.

For a busy day of travelling and exploring I kept accessories to absolute simplicity and wore a lace sleeved jumper with a feather gilet and my leatherette skort.

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JUMPER- ZARA
SKORT- H&M
BOOTS- JIMMY CHOO
BAG- ZARA
SUNGLASSES- THEIRRY LASRY

STAYCATION AT B2 BOUTIQUE, ZURICH

Since I saw this hotel online, I fell in love with its design and quaint history of once being a beer brewery. When Luca and I saw it in person, I was so excited to stay there over the weekend. The rooms were huge and beautifully designed, they were modern without being overbearingly stark or minimalistic. My favourite part of any hotel room is the bathroom, and this was a glass and mosaic open section with plenty of amenities and fluffy towels. The boutique hotel although small, boasts large thermal- baths both indoor and outdoor, as well as a spa. The rooftop bath was the most unique part of the hotel. Through a warm- water tunnel is an open- air misty pool with a view of Zurich and the original red brick tower of the brewery. As it is open until 9pm, the sight of twinkling city lights, clouds of vapour and bubbles in the November air made the perfect Sunday evening. 

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BRANDSCHENKESTRASSE 152,
8002 ZURICH