What to wear in a city break this summer
Holidays. As you guys may know if you’re following me on instagram (if you aren’t please do @lefashionaire) i was in South of France on the last couple of days. It was our holidays destination this summer, and we did a road trip from Marseille to Monaco (Saint Tropez and Monaco were two of the most fantastic places i’ve ever been to, but i’ll talk about it on another post). The plan was to also go to lavender fields, but sadly when we arrived there were no more lavender.
I believe walking in a new city with no destination is the best way to discover it. In fact, we had no destination but at each step we took we made ours stronger.
Needless to say, a road trip is so exciting as it is tiring. So that, i’ve picked comfortable yet beautiful clothes to take in the travel. Actually, even if there are beaches in all the cities we’ve visited, in Toulon for example we just stayed in the city. We were there for half a day, so i chose a comfy top, shorts and sandals and, off course, a hat. We visited an exposition i can’t remember the name and the Musée D’art. Next, we lost ourselves in the streets of the city to discover it. I believe walking in a new city with no destination is the best way to discover it. In fact, we had no destination but at each step we took we made ours stronger.
Toulon is a beautiful typical french city. The buildings are all about Renaissance architecture, and there are flowers and pretty windows in every corner. The main square is also an amazing place full of good vibes and palm trees.
As you can imagine traveling to south of france and arriving in French Riviera was kind of magical to me. I found inspiration at every corner and i’ve seen things i never did before what’s pretty amazing. That’s why i love traveling so much. On the next days i’ll be sharing all about the cities we visited, the places we’ve been and, off course, what i wore in each day. Stay tuned and follow me on instagram and on facebook. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did