Friday, September 04, 2015

OUTFIT - Photographing Padova

Berskha dress - Birkenstocks sandals - Things I Like Things I Love tote bag - H&M floppy hat
Another outfit from Italy, I was so exited to show these outfit+photos series. Janne took these photos of me and I love the way they turned out to be, as I didn't really knew these would be so usefull, so thanks Janne :). The other two photos are what I saw through my camera. So, this was in Padova an Italian city near Venice. I didn't took that many photos there but still a few in this little square. These two came out best. In a side street of all the shops there was this beautiful old place with amazing blue details on the ceiling, I wish my home had a ceiling like that. The ceiling happend to match this new dress (bought in Bologna). I was looking up a name for it but didn't really know how to call it, a dungarees dress? Pinafore dress? I only know a name in Dutch: tuinrok. So any suggestions about how to call it? Anyways this new dress is so lovely, it goes along with just a black or white tee and I wore it with my Birkenstocks and some black accessories like the tiltil tote bag and a floppy hat. I'm wearing the dress so much lately, ever right now while writing this. I think this may be my favourite outfit from Italy, there is one last one comping up! Do you like this outfit? 


  1. Wow, love it <3


  2. Wow so beautiful!!

  3. Mooie foto's heeft Janne van je gemaakt! Die tuinrok staat je superleuk! Ik wist eigenlijk niet dat je dat tuinrok noemt, ik ben 'm ook nog weinig tegengekomen, maar heel tof is die :)!

  4. ah wat mooi daar! leuk jurkje ook x

  5. Aaah je jurk, zo leuk!<3 Het kan allebei geloof ik: pinafore dress of dungaree dress haha.
    X Emma

  6. Wauw je outfit is zo leuk! Ik ben helemaal verliefd op je jurkje. Liefs!

  7. Wat een mooie foto's en leuke outfit!!!

  8. Wow ! Really cute !

    "One shade the more, one ray the less,
    Had half impaired the nameless grace
    Which waves in every raven tress,
    Or softly lightens o’er her face;
    Where thoughts serenely sweet express,
    How pure, how dear their dwelling-place..."