I visited Italy in July of 2021. Honestly, it was such an amazing trip and much needed after being restricted for a year. I was lucky enough to be able to travel during 2020 (safely of course), but being able to bounce back and go internationally, was such an amazing feeling.
Below I have included my outfits I brought with me for the week.
**Note: I said yes, booked my flight, and left–all with in 5 days… So give me some credit for pulling together these looks haha.
Alberobello, Trulli Homes
This outfit consists of a beautiful set from Vinnie Louise, a company I model for based in Nashville, TN. I love this set with a passion and wish I had it in different colors. It’s so easy and looks so expensive.
The shoes are Birkenstocks… These shoes are so comfortable and perfect to walk long distances in–However, the streets/sidewalks are marble and VERY slippery. I often found myself slipping no matter what shoes I wore.
The sunglasses are Frye and Co, I luckily found them at TJ Maxx and haven’t stopped wearing them since.
Lovely set from Triangl Ella, Samphire
I went up a size in the bottoms and they are perfect! Wearing S top, M bottoms
The Perfect Dress for Italy
Free People Maxi Dress, Size down!
this is seriously the most perfect dress ever. The straps are a little long and I really wish they were adjustable, but that could be because they only had a size Small in store and maybe an XS would be best. Other than that… This is my dream dress.
Casual, Everyday look
I love this look, even if it is as simple as an outfit can get.
The shorts are from Revolve, but they are sold out.
Top is Cotton On, $20
For shoes, I just wore black classic birkenstocks.
That is all for my linkable outfits! I wore a lot of repeat pieces from past years, as fashion collaborations have started to dwindle. I am looking to be a little more sustainable and wear more of the clothes I already have instead of trying to hop on the newest trends or buying an outfit for everyday of a new trip… (it’s a work in progress)