If you have been reading my previous entries (which were posted like years ago), you would know that something has been up, as I've been dropping hints. And yes, I was talking about my recent trip to Europe. I stayed in Milan for more than a month for a summer course and then some time to also go around the continent. I've got so much to show and tell you about my trip, I can't really wait. (Although for those who have been following me on instagram, you might have an idea already.) I know I haven't been updating my blog, you know by now that that's really my thing. But I'm back, lying in my own bed, my own bedroom, with still a luggage unpacked in Metro Manila as we speak, so my blog is
hopefully back to business.
These photos were taken during my first week in Milan, about 2 months ago. That long, I know. I had the chance to meet up with my good friend, Onin who happens to be in Milan too! I practically begged him to shoot me. Taken at Via Della Spiga, one of the shopping spots in Milano where you will find almost all of the major fashion houses Lanvin, Dolce and Gabbana, Armani, Prada, Chanel amongst many other brands, that I can't really afford right now, with all the fabulous people shopping with impeccably effortless style.
Earrings - thejewelryshop, Top - Banana Republic (Men's), Blazer - Thrifted, Boyfriend Jeans - Roxy, Shoes - Aldo
photos by Style Anywhere
My outfit is a no brainer staples composition, basic white men's shirt paired with semi boyfriend jeans, heels and my trusty blazer that I wore for an Italian Aperitivo with Onin, Melo and Rosanna. Aperitivo as I've learned in Milan is when you have drinks and appetizer before the main dinner, a little trivia for you. :) I'm currently so obsessed with this shirt that I practically wear it with everything. Can't get enough of its relaxed fit. Perfect for the weather when we were there too! When we got to Italy, Summer has just started and I was really glad I could pack light and bring almost all of the clothes in my closet. I had the hardest time packing nevertheless. But the hardest part is still unpacking which I haven't finished until now. Please bear with me.