Milan is one of those places where you can’t help but keep following the gold light until you can’t find it anymore.
Fashion, italy, style, Travel
There are so many reasons why I love Milan. I will be taking you on a tour of Milan from my trip there last month in the next few days. My first taste of Italy was Florence last year, so I had a high standard of what an Italian city should be like. Milan did not let me down. But, of course, there was pasta and lots of it. So no complaining either way. For now, here is a quick peek at my first day in this vibrant city.
Dress by Stone Cold Fox
Two nights in Malibu. Quietly removed from the rest of Los Angeles. The ocean literally in the backyard. Falling asleep to the back and forth of waves. Waking up with sand still in between our toes. Sounds cliché, but it sure feels special in real life. Thank you for the escapist weekend Foray Collective.
Swimsuit by Foray Collective
Swimsuit by Eberjey
My last set of photos from Maui, and probably my favorites from that trip. Taken at Oneuli Beach, where the sand is dark and burning hot. You can’t really swim here for it’s too pebbly and rocky at the shoreline, but it sure was pretty to look at. The side of the cliff surrounding the beach is tall and this gorgeous tone of dark, earthy brown. Nature’s wonders amaze me once again. Crazy to think that all this beauty exists around the world, yet so many of us decide to live in cramped cities instead. Would we ever be able to give up that city life for something more open and simple? Where the sand can be the pure motivation to start the day? I’m an introvert at heart, so I think I wouldn’t mind falling into a life that was slower and peaceful and more removed. Where I can play music and write books and swim hours on end. I dream about it sometimes and it’s the nicest thing. Reality check, I’m moving to Dumbo in a week, a few blocks from tourist central, one subway stop from Manhattan, and Monday through Friday there will be loud construction right outside my window as they work on the roof of my building. It looks like I’m staying a city girl for a while longer, but hey a girl can dream right?