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    What I wore in Italy

    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.

    Beach Day

    Lovely set from Triangl Ella, Samphire

    I went up a size in the bottoms and they are perfect! Wearing S top, M bottoms

    Casual European

    Striped Top by Favorite daughter size XS

    Matching Bra Top size XS

    White shorts Size Medium

    Claw Clip

    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.

    Swimming in Poligano a Mare

    Swim systems Triangle top

    Swim systems high waisted Bottoms

    Their swimsuits run a little big in my oppinion. They are very buttery and so well made, but that comfort can weigh down a bit when wet!

    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)


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