Skirt Forever 21, top unknown, bag vintage (Value Village), sandals YSL
After big hectic Athens, our next stop on this road trip was Mykonos. Yes, with our camper in tow, we took a ferry and headed to this charming island. Mykonos is definitely one of the most beautiful places I have travelled to. It holds dear to me for its beauty and magical ambiance, but we also have a friend who lives there, and I feel like every time, we get more of a local experience rather then just touristy one.
Mykonos is growing and definitely getting more expensive. Numbers of tourists flocking to this gem of an island is growing every year. Unlike Santorini which you mostly will enjoy only if you stay in the extremely expensive villas, Mykonos still welcomes everyone. You don’t have to be rich to stay here, tough it will be more expensive then most of the Greece.
Despite the crowds, you can still sneak in a day of walking and getting lost in the beautiful tiny streets of Mykonos town. Due to heat mostly, or not wanting to lose on a day at the beach, town is not very crowded with tourists during the day. I love it at this time because I sort of have it all to myself. It’s a perfect time to take pictures as well. You may have a problem of having too many pictures because just about every corner is perfectly picturesque.
For a day of meandering the streets I wore a crop top (yet again) with another high waist skirt. This Forever 21 skirt is several years old and such an amazing piece to wear. I paired it with these YSL sandals and added a few accessories, scarf around the neck, statement sunglasses and must have wicker bag. Mine was a little treasure find from Value Village. Such a beautiful piece.
If you’ve travelled to Mykonos, what is your favourite thing about this island?