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Hello from beautiful and warm Madrid! My very first and very quick post. I have tried to enjoy last few days without thinking too much about the blog. Then today when I finally had some free time, I wanted to post one only to realize my battery has died and I did not have a converter. It took a while to find one. Then I also got really busy just shopping so I managed to get to my room not too long ago. I go so into the shopping mood that I completely forgot to eat. I only had a croissant all day. I'm starving now, needless to say :). I'm glad I left my luggage half empty, which leaves me with enough room for new things :). I only brought 5 pairs of shoes which is amazing for me. I normally never go without 10. The hardest thing for me to pack is always jewelry because I bring a lot of rings and necklaces, just in case. To prevent them from being lost or get tangled, I bought nice little mesh drawstring gift bags (here). You can also find them for cheaper in Dollar stores. They are a great way to keep the jewelry neat and avoid any scratches. You can then place all of it in one bigger gift bag or your makeup box, or anything else that works for you. 

As for the outfit, I am leaving you for now with the outfit that was meant for this past Friday. Madrid outfits are soon to come as I finally got my battery charged. I just love mixing sporty with dressy. This is a dress/tunic from H&M which I also wear as a sweatshirt (here), but I love it as a dress. If you are not 5'3 like me and are blessed with more height and long limbs, do not attempt this at home. It will look as if you are really wearing a sweatshirt :). I wore it with one of my favourite and most comfortable pumps, hot pink clutch I wore couple of days ago and this neon necklace from Target. It goes really great with dark tights in the fall/winter as well. Hasta luego!

Aleksandra <3





Shoes Walmart, clutch Spring (similar), sweatshirt/dress H&M, necklace Target

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