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All Black Outfit with H&M Patent Pants & Fur Coat

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Fur coat Passo Di Moda, pants H&M, ankle boots Primadonna Collection, bucket bag Zara, The Smith rings from Jenny Bird

Here’s another winter (cold spring) outfit I wanted to share with you. It was shot back in December while I was still in Belgrade, Serbia. It is still relevant now considering how cold March has been it seems everywhere. Well, at least North America and Europe.

It’s a monochromatic outfit I rocked for a day of exploring the city of Belgrade. I love this city. I lived here for several years before moving to Canada, and one of the must do things for me (or anyone visiting it) is to walk around fortress of Kalemegdan. It’s a peaceful and fun walk. It’s a go to place for locals, especially on weekends. You can stop by to visit the beautiful church of Saint Petka. I snapped a few pictures of it but my pictures don’t give it justice. It’s a small but beautiful church nestled in Kalemegdan fortress on the side facing Danube and Sava rivers. Just google the church and you will see how beautiful it is.
There are also several bars and patios around the fortress where you can take a break to have a coffee or a beer and hang with locals. Or just walk the tree lined walkways around the fortress and have a picnic in the park.
Though the fortress dates back to byzantine times, it is still very much alive today. It is an integral part of this city and its people.

For the rest of the day we visited museum of Nikola Tesla which is another must do when visiting Belgrade. If you’re not familiar with this genius man, make sure to read up on him and stop to visit the museum to pay respect to this great mind.

For late lunch (or early dinner) we headed to restaurant Villa Maska. To be honest, we didn’t go there for the food primarily (though the food is good), but rather so I can take a picture with this fun, photogenic, cool & cute grass covered car. The tourist in me just couldn’t pass up on this opportunity.
 
For this gloomy and somewhat cool December day, I donned on my new fur coat, patent H&M pants and (because 2 full suitcases of my own clothing just isn’t enough) my husband’s black hoodie.

Ciao!

Sasha <3
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