lacy patterns

I’ve completely forgotten that I brought you the wonderful photoset made by my friends right on the roof of the admirable Duomo. I want to note that we were all very lucky with the weather. Do you agree that it is more convenient to visit shows and presentations on a sunny clear day than in the pouring rain. There are few details of this trip. I think, someone has already seen them at my instagram (by the way, join who are not with me: @fashionzoomka). But I’d like to show…
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Pozitano

New Year is coming, and I’ve finally made a positive post about sunny Positano, hurray! I’ll congratulate you in the next New Year’s post, but for now let’s remember the summer and and prepare for the holiday. So, today we are visiting Positano. There are two places on our planet from which I’m leaving with tears. These are Barcelona and the Amalfi Coast. Positano is driving me crazy! Yes, getting to this place is inconvenient. Yes, it’s expensive. But it’s very positive and intoxicating, like a glass of expensive champagne…
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Fiesole

A great day trip from Florence is to head toward the town of Fiesole, located on a hilltop offering a very scenic view of Florence as well as just being just a 20 minute bus ride from Florence’s center. The best view is along the climb up to the monastery of San Francesco at the crest of the higher hill on which Fiesole sits on.      
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Plaid shirt and lace

Plaid shirt and lace skirt are perfect match! We all have used to wear sneakers with skirts and dresses. If you need a comfortable outfit with a tinge of romance, plaid shirt, lace and sneakers are the best! My new pleasant opening was the outfit of The Fashion Guitar blog owner in Jenny Packham gown dress and Jimmy Choo sneakers. And you know what? That is awesome! I chose the more modest version with H & M plaid shirt and Zara lace skirt which was mentioned in an another post.…
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Good morning, Rome

 I love the morning in Rome very much! It’s not so dusty, heavy, stuffy in the morning (in the summer months). There is no such hellish smother as in the afternoon and in the evening. I always lived at the room near the shopping street Via del Corso during my first visits to Rome. I even remember the name of the hotel – Mozart. The breakfast room had a great view of the city’s most famous street. I opened the window, looked at townspeople, saw how the tourists carried their…
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