Citric Encounter

This is the second fashion post from Madrid. We took most of the pics near the Google building, but if you want more info on the exact locations of the photos, you should read the post from yesterday. This was the second day, when we decided to go visit Santiago Bernabeu.

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Since D and I packed separately, we didn’t really have matching clothes to post throughout our Spanish experience. We also had to take into consideration the abnormal weather and I have to tell you, that while taking these photos, even though the sun was shining and it looks like it was warm outside, the temps were actually around 17 degrees.

I think this is our most citric combo so far, with me being lemony-lime and D playing the part of the orange. We usually like wearing coloured clothes, as you’ve probably noticed by now…

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A bit about these outfits… Both our pants are from ZARA (shocking, I know!), my blouse is also from ZARA, and yes, I know that the combo of lime green and lemon yellow is not really allowed in the fashion world, but I just love this combo. D‘s t-shirt is from Replay and his shoes are Tommy Hilfiger. I bought my shoes from Madrid, the day before, from a shop called VAS. They are extremely comfortable and I fell in love with the palm print (you’ll see them again in an upcoming post) and the chunky sole – apparently the big Spice Girls inspired trend is having a moment again.

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On me:

Pants – ZARA; Blouse – ZARA; Cardi – Bershka; Shoes – MTNG Attitude; Bag – Michael Kors; Bling – Swarovski, Pandora and Constantin Nautics; Watch – Daniel Wellington; Sunglasses – Wood Fellas

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On D:

Pants – ZARA; T-shirt – Replay; Shoes – Tommy Hilfiger; Bag – Handmade from Barcelona; Bling – Fossil and Constantin Nautics; Watch – Daniel Wellington

Since we had a limited allowance in our bags (I hate that!), we couldn’t carry as many accessories as we wold’ve liked so the bags you see in this post will repeat themselves throughout the vacation, except for one day, when I switched to another bag.

The bling will also repeat itself till the end of our Madrid saga simply put because I don’t really like to carry a lot of jewellery with me whenever I go somewhere, it’s usually just a few rings and a watch that I love.

 

 

L.

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