Dress: Zaful c/o (similar) // Clutch: Walker & George c/o // Sandals: Target // Sunglasses: Retro Super Future via Ditto Endless Program
I have honestly still not come down from the high from my Italian vacation. I have never been to a more beautiful place and well I have never loved a place more than Montagna, Italy. While I only spent 2 nights those two nights are ones I will never forget. Montagna is nuzzled in northern Italy between Trento and Balzano. It is about 3.5 hours south of Munich, Germany. The area is very much split between German and Italian culture, but it almost makes your time spent there even better. The efficiency of Germans with the beauty, food and wine of the Italians. I honestly would drop everything to move there, live off the land, grow grapes and drink wine....I could go on for days about Italy and how obsessed I am but I have some other fun info to share with you all!
In other news: Today is officially my 1 year blogiversary!! I know this post is late but I didn't have time to have the post go live this morning, so I am writing this on my flight home to Boston. One year of blogging has been so amazing. In this short year I have learned so so much, I have so many great memories and I have had the chance to work with a ton of wonderful companies. I hope to have more success and continue to have fun in the next year and the many years to come after that. I still have a ton to learn, mainly in the photography and spelling space..(sorry about that!) but it can only get better from here! ;) I have told myself I will stop blogging when it starts to feel like work, and I start to despise what I do, but as of right now I am having a blast and for sure it has kept me very busy to say the least! While the blog may change with what I am interested in and my personal life. Thank you so much for following along and I hope you all still continue to follow and enjoy! <3
p.s. yes there were chickens roaming the winery...I died.. <3 oh and this dress...I died again ;) p.s.s. sorry the dress is wrinkled, no iron in Italy...still love Montagna.