Friday, May 23, 2014

81.Through back April.

I was going through my iphone gallery and I discovered some photos my mum took when she came to visit me during my internship in Milan. Even though the quality is not excellent, I decided to put them together for a quick post because I wanted to share with you one of my favorite vintage pieces: a very cute backpack I've found in Amsterdam!! I love adding a cool accessory to an easy outfit, even better if it's vintage and bought during a special travel:)
I wore it with a pair of high waisted jeans from Bershka, Zara crop top, H&M trench and Frav shoes; these pictures remind me that I spent that day just discovering nice corners around Navigli and drinking smoothies...dreaming a day like this right now!! 

- Emma -

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

80.Snapped in Milano.

This is an outfit of yesterday night out in Milan near my home:
a Zara parka, a Pimkie black crop top, a 501 vintage Levi's, a pair of H&M black flats and a Zara bag.

- Marta -

Friday, May 16, 2014

79.Amsterdam flower market.

Some pics of Amsterdam's colorful and lively flower market.
This market is a matter of floating market, one of the few in the world, and the flower stalls stand on the houseboats. Here you can find almost all sorts of tulips and of course you can buy them and also buy the bulbs to plant by you own in your home, and that's what my sister and me did!
In Amsterdam there's The Amsterdam Tulip Museum too that we visited (here in this post there's one pic of it: Amsterdam photo diary), where you can find all history of this type of flower, its variations and its origin and you'll be surprised to know that it doesn't come from Netherlands but from it's from Turkey ;-)

- Marta -

Thursday, May 15, 2014

78.Amsterdam photo diary.

At the begging of April Marta and I went to visit Amsterdam for three days! We stayed at the Room Mate Aitana Hotel that we really suggest you: it's been built recently, it's clean, modern, very comfortable and just 10-15 minutes far from the train station and the main places of the city by walk! All the entire experience in town was really a city crush! We felt in love immediately with the view: every house is so cute and characteristic and OMG all those bridges..magical!! One thing has really impressed us: everyone in Amsterdam looks relaxed and happy, maybe it's because of the bikes ahah I don't know but it was contagious :-) 
We found a lot of vintage shops in which we spent a substantial part of our time, we recommend absolutely: Episode that has two locations in the city and it's very equipped. Seriously it was a perfect sisters trip!! 
We were just a little bit disappointed by the Van Gogh Museum because we thought we would have found more paintings of the artist, but probably some were temporarily out, lent to other museums. 
What I loved most was to stay sitting outside in one of the many cool bar just watching around cool people… Oh yes Amsterdam is such a cool city and it would be great living there, maybe in the future who knows?
As you can see in the pictures our outfit were quite dedicated to keep warm and comfortable that means: pants, sweater, coat, a small bag and of course Nike shoes :-)
These are some pics of our travel, stay tuned for other ones about flower market or about bikes.

- Emma -

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

77.Bring me back to 90's.

Here how I looked like two days ago on Sunday when I walked out with my sister and my mum and then for dinner in Vicenza for mother's day! I wore a pair of Vintage Levi's, 501 model I adore, a Pimkie black and transparent sweater, a H&M trench, a Zara bag and a pair of black creepers (if you're able to see in the pic) gave from my boyfriend last years he bought on ebay UK.
I love this kinda look 'cause it brings me back to 90's fashion: denim and high waist, two features I totally have a liking for and that belong to my personal style in every single aspect!

- Marta -

Monday, May 12, 2014

76.Italian heritage in Caserta.

Last week I went to Naples with my boyfriend a couple of days (as you could see on my IG profile): one we visited the city and the other one we moved to Caserta to see the famous Reggia. What impressed me most was the big size of the place, I mean the size of the palace that was I think bigger than the French Versailles Palace and most of all the length of the park: it takes 3,5 kilometers from the entrance of the palace until the end of the garden (where there's me in the pic). It was so suggestive and such an amazing experience and we couldn't do without walking for all the way of the park, so we took a walk of more than 7 kilometers in that magic sunny day. Even if the Versailles Palace will always remain a gorgeous place often bounded to a lot of fairytales, the "Reggia of Caserta" deserves to be visited once because it belongs to the wonderful Italian heritage we have the luck to own in our country.

- Marta -