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Kalemegdan Forteress


 Top Bershka, shorts H&M, heels Naughty Monkey (Heels.com), bracelets unknown, sunglasses Aldo, bag unknown (Winners), ring Ebay


Considering the cool weather in Toronto this past 2-3 days I was debating whether or not to post my last look from Belgrade. The outfit I wore is very summery and simple so it does not go well with this fall like weather, but I decided to go ahead with it. After all, there are parts of the world where it’s still hot, right?
The biggest reason why I decided to post this outfit is actually the location where the pictures were shot, Kalemegdan Fortress (Belgrade Fortress on Google) in Belgrade city centre. The fortress is overlooking the delta of rivers Sava and Danube, or as the people say, where Danube is kissing Sava. When I used to live in Belgrade, every Sunday my best friend and I, just as many other people living in this amazing city do, used to grab popcorn or ice-cream or anything to munch on, and we would walk the fortress streets for hours and talk and laugh. It’s is absolutely beautiful and full of history. It has seen many empires come and go, many wars, and it still keeps on standing proud and beautiful. After a long walk (the shoes again were not the right choice for these cobble streets), we sat in one of the beautiful cafés and restaurants located in the fortress overlooking the city. A break well deserved.
I’m wearing here a top you have seen me wear couple of times this summer, but it’s a very comfortable and light weight top, perfect for the hot summer days. Again, shorts for me are replacement for jeans in the summer. I own way too many pairs. And of course my gorgeous Aldo sunglasses which I've managed to lose in Greece. Sadness! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Ciao!

Aleksandra <3









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