VEDA leather jacket
Sandro suede purse
Cynthia Rowley skirt
Natalie and I made sure to visit the stunning Il Duomo di Firenze during our trip to Florence. The cathedral was even more grand than I imagined. We felt so tiny surrounded by its majestic and hovering manner, and lingered for quite a while going around the entire architectural masterpiece to explore every angle and all its depths. The day was overcast, which gave the city a quiet calm feeling despite the tourists that trekked its streets with selfie sticks and point and shoots. Once again, we explore by foot and got lost in the streets. Skinny alleys making up the puzzle that we attempted to put together this last afternoon in the city. No wrong turn was actually wrong. Every wrong turn was just exactly right. It just brought us to someplace new that we would try to remember for our next trip back. A spot for a plate of pasta being the top of our list. Locals were super friendly as we asked for directions with very lost faces on and trying not to be annoying with our very little sense of direction. Little cars beeping at us as we crossed the streets without looking both ways. As the city lost its light, it didn’t lose its sparkle. The light rain turning the streets into a mirror that reflected off the golden buildings. Even in the dark, the city felt bright. It felt like magic and I let it all soak in as much as I can. It was hard to go back to NYC after this trip. More last photos from this trip coming soon . . .
firenze, florence, italy, Travel