Sep 2, 2011

Florentine memories


I've been thinking for the past half hour what to write about this beautiful city we only had one day to visit. Fact is we didn't even bother to be one of those tourists who have their sightseeing itinerary and stick to it but rather decided to just take it all in and completely enjoy this day. I think many of the pictures below wouldn't have been taken if we were in such a rush and I'm glad we did it this way.

Sometimes it's not about how much you saw of a place but how you felt when you were there...right?

Shorts: Lefties Bag: Asos Sandals: Bershka

We should have attached a love padlock on the Ponte Vecchio, too...


Secondhand Stella said...

Gorgeous photos!

fashionist said...

nice shots..

Ariosto said...

I just found your blog, I think its very nice work ;-)

New follower :)


Unknown said...

sortun rengi bu kadar mi yakisir sana !

A Cup of Nostalgia said...

Italy should pay you for these posts lol - you make me want to visit so bad and I live all the way in Canada! Love the tailored look - those shorts have a gorgeous finish to them. This is the perfect casual look to go exploring in, without looking like a stereotypical tourist =)

GvN said...

I used to go to Tuscany every single summer with my oarents when I was a child!

So many memories!

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XOXO Giorgia - GvN

Eleni said...

amazing photos x

Unknown said...

Love the shorts! :)

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, these images are amazing!!!

I love your lobg and it's kinda ironic I clicked on your blog today when I'm working on Florence today and I've been talking to the Florentines all day on the phone.
Have loads of fun in the city and take plenty more images!!!


my lifebook said...

All photos are great! I wonder your camera and lens?

Anonymous said...

supe super super. kullandığın makine ve lensi çok merak ettim.

Styleseeking Zurich said...

Thanks for comments, I LOVE to hear from you!

@ my lifebook & anonymous: I'm using a Canon EOS 550D usually with the Canon lens EF 50mm 1:1.4. In this post, the third and eightth picture have been taken with a wide angle lense though.

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