Florentine Vibe

Florence- where art, history & beauty come together to create a stunning cityDSCF3327DSCF3329DSCF3331DSCF3332DSCF3334DSCF3337DSCF3343DSCF3344DSCF3349DSCF3354DSCF3355IMG_0763IMG_0765IMG_0767IMG_0770IMG_0774

Wearing: Zara dress, Maroccain scarf, Tods shoes, Michael Kors purse, Lululemon leggins, Oliver People sunnies, Jacket from Simmons


As we arrived in Florence, our hotel was so nice I just wanted to take pictures. The fushia pink flowers which matched my shoes, and the Italian cypress trees really gave it a unique look.

Walking to the city on our way to dinner, we already noticed art, history and beauty coming together, creating beautiful Florence.

The sculptural quality and the detail in the architecture create a unique Florentine vibe. It is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes.

For dinner, we enjoyed a typical Italian dish, tomato sauce spaghetti with meat balls and side dish of garlic bread.  It was quite ordinary but I still enjoyed it. I love pasta and everything Italian.

Until next time,



38 thoughts on “Florentine Vibe

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  2. i also went to Florence at the beginning of October. I will have a post on our time there ( but it will take a few weeks) as I will soon start to post from the beginning of our trip first in Aosta Valley and Piedmonte, etc etc.
    lovely photos, Evelina


  3. Hi Evelina,
    Thank you for visiting my blog and for following it.
    I love this post for all its vibrance and the aesthetic beauty that you rightly mentioned. The spaghetti with meatbals look as lovely as the intricately carved Florentinian buildings. Looking forward to many more posts from you. Cheers!

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