Shorts Target, sandals unknown, shirt Bershka (only 10 Euros!!), sunglasses Ray Ban, bag Cut n’Paste Winners, bracelets and earrings unknown, watch Michael Kors
I have been back to Canada since last week but I have few more outfit posts from Spain and few more things to share. On our third day in Malaga, we rented a car to drive up to a city called Granada. I studied Spanish in University, and needless to say, this city came up in many history lessons. I could not be so close to it and not go to see it, so I had to go J. It is an absolutely amazing city, on hills, full of history and narrow streets (not that most of the cities I visited in Spain don’t have narrow streets), and so much more. We went first to visit a Moorish castle called La Alhambra. It is a castle overlooking the whole Granada. But it is not just a Moorish caste. Many leaders lived there and built their own castles, fountains, parks and so on. It is a must see if you ever visit Granada. We drove back to Malaga by the coast and snapped a few pictures on some random beach and ended the night on a castle in Malaga to take a few shots and take in the view. Exhausting but amazing day.
Now, I visited Seville 5 years ago and I know how hot it gets inland, so I had to keep my outfit very light. I wore my Target shorts with a light top and my emergency sandals I purchased in Madrid. Under the shirt I wore a strapless bathing suit. I have difficulties finding a good strapless bra that fits properly, provides support and will actually stay where it supposed to. Once by accident I wore this Victoria Secret strapless bathing suit, and have since used it many times a strapless bra. For those girls with heavier chest, you will understand my pain. These bathing suits come in bra sizes so you cannot go wrong. You can also wear it as an accent piece if you buy it in a bright colour. Great for support and great for the beach! What do you think about this idea? Ciao!