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Top unknown, bandeau Stradivarius, sunglasses Ray Ban, earrings unknown, watch Michael Kors, bracelets unknown, shorts Fidelity (DIY), ring Ebay, bag unknown, wedges Urban Planet

Hello ladies. I am back in my routine again, I have (I think) caught up on my sleep, and I'm back to posting daily. Hopefully you have had a chance to check out my last night's post. If not, check it out here. I hope you have read it to better understand why I loved writing about this company and hopefully you have had a chance to check out their cool shades. Today's post is one of the outfits I wore in the hot Belgrade weather. I have few more outfit posts from my vacation to share with you. Remember I told you that I had snapped pictures but had difficulty finding time and place to post them. Well here is a proof I was not lying :). This was a light outfit for a 35+ degree weather I encountered in Belgrade at the end of August. Did you know that this was the hottest city in Europe this summer? Good or bad? I'm not sure. I found inspiration for this colourful outfit in the graffiti I saw all around the city. Belgrade is covered in graffiti. Though I love some kinds of graffiti, such as these colourful ones under bridges or walkways or in the back alleys, I can't say I share the same emotion about those ones ruining old beautiful buildings, or any buildings for that matter. This outfit, aka summer uniform, is fairly simple, composed of denim shorts, bandeau top and tank you have already seen me wear here. Pile on some fun colourful bracelets, aviator Ray Ban sunglasses and fun wedges and the look is done. Light, fun and colourful. Considering the heat wave in Toronto these couple of days, you can still pull it off now. Summer is still here for some of us. Ciao! 

Aleksandra <3











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  1. oh my goodness those shoes are perfection!! Thanks for your comments on my blog, doll!!! :)

    love, polly

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