I don’t know if I have words to describe the beauty of Venice (although the best outfit photos were taken in a little less beautiful alley, although still sympathetic). I will not even try. I just will just let you know that it felt like I was in a fairytale, and I think it is the most beautiful city created by humans that I so far have visited. But to be honest, it is mother nature that made Venice special.
It was warm in Venice. I had to buy a sunhat to not get struck by the sun that was very powerful. I also wore my leggings to protect me from the warm weather. I think I wrote about what I am going to say last summer, but it seem very hard to people to understand and especially to Swedish parents of small children, so I will say it again. When it is warm it is better to dress in light loose clothing made of natural material such as linen or cotton, than to be naked. I can’t explain the physical laws behind this, but it is true! And of course it is good in that sense that it protects your child (or you) from dangerous UV-radiation. I don’t mind to see baby skin, but it makes me uncomfortable to see children suffer unnecessarily. So please please please dress your children wisely instead of undressing them – it will make your child (and me) more comfortable!
Tomorrow Monday I will link up to Visible Monday at Not Dead Yet Style.
Dress – Clara, Crazy Horse, Camisole – Noa Noa (new on sale), Leggings – Cecil, Crazy Horse, Flats – Clarks, Hat – Bought in Venice, Sunglasses – Bought in Turkey, Necklace – Gift from Mr. D., Bracelet – H&M, Handbag – Stockhlm, MQ