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All Pink in Cinque Terre - Beautiful Italian Coast

Ribbon bow unknown (similar on Ebay), sweater H&M, sneakers Forever 21, handbag Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM, sunglasses unknown
Hello lovelies! It’s been a while since I shared my last post. As you may know, I’m expecting twins in early August and so far my pregnancy has not been an easy one. Babies are doing very well but momma is exhausted 😊. I apologize for gaps between my posts.
Now is better time then every to share more about my trip through Italy. You may be planning your next European trip for the summer so stay tuned for more to come. Last I shared with you a post about a lake town Riva Del Garda. Today, I’m sharing one of the cutest places you will encounter in Italy. I’m talking about Cinque Terre. It’s a region of 5 small fishing towns on a rugged Italian coastline, in the north of the country. They used to be very isolated by their geography, but today numerous tourists come to visit.  You may notice resemblance to Positano in the south of Italy, only these 5 towns a…

Riva Del Garda

Blazer H&M, jeans H&M, scarf (wrist) H&M, sneakers Forever 21, bag Proenza Schouler
It’s that time of the year when everyone is planning their vacations or has already started travelling. If you’re considering Italy, want to stay in the north of the country, wish to visit lake Como but it’s too outside of your budget, then you may want to consider Garda lake instead. It’s worth just driving around it. Tiny little towns can be found on the borders of this beautiful lake with Riva del Garda being the largest of towns. The views are breathtaking as the lake is surrounded by tall mountain and colourful towns border the lake. If you’re in the north visiting Venice and Milano, this would be such a beautiful change of scenery. Make sure to check it out and add it to your bucket list. These photos are from my trip last year. Hope you enjoy them!
Ciao!
Sasha <3

Two Outfits in Milan

1st outfit: dress H&M, boots Ebay, jacket Zara 2nd outfit: jeans Topshop, boots Primadonna Collection, shirt Bershka, coat unknown
If you have been following me for some time, you know that last year I took 6 months off and one of the things I did during that time is take a road trip through Italy. First stop was Venice and you can read more about it in this post as well as here. Third stop on the trip (yes I know I skipped the second, but we’ll return to it another day) was Milan. Since I was a little girl, Milan was a place I really wanted to visit. I had such high expectations; partially due to it being one of fashion capitals, partially due to the beautiful Duomo of Milano, and because it was on my bucket list since I was a kid. I don’t quite know why, it just always was. Well, needless to say Duomo di Milano is absolutely stunning and a must see when visiting this big city. Walking the roof of the cathedral will leave you breathless. Just imagining how many man hours were spen…