Be Italian


Taken outside Duomo Cathedral and the kind of cobbled alley that makes my heart warm, this is what I wore when exploring beautiful Milan. You may remember me mentioning how I sometimes try to dress to the “theme” of the country. And because this was Italy, because this was Milan, the fashion capital, obviously I had to wear all of my new favourite things at the same time, wear the bit of Prada and Italian leather I do own, and try and be more Italian than the Italians.

IMG_7483IMG_7406Hat, shaggy gilet and skirt all H & M, Pull & Bear tweed top, Prada sunnies, Parfois watch, Calzedonia stockings, Massimo Dutti boots, Country Road bag.

Obsessed with this tweed Pull & Bear top, so comfortable and loose, allows for good layering both above and underneath it. Also love that it has so many colours in it, because I use this to justify wearing so many colours in everything else I’ve got on. When one thing is multi-coloured, it ties everything together, right? I broke the “don’t-wear-black-and-brown-together” rule, and I’m proud of it.

The Dutti booties are my favourite thing of them all though – super comfortable, classic, leather, and a birthday gift from my guy. Topped it off with the same lippy I got for Rome last January, because in my Italian stereotype, it’s just what Italian women wear. No?

As for the title of this post, Inge Wulff, it’s for you and so is this.



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