Firsts of everything in Firenze

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First post featuring some incredible Firenze sights and buildings! I still can't believe I'll be able to spend a whole year living in this dreamy city full of colorful buildings, venetian windows, architecture holding so many stories and history of Europe in every brick of them! I feel so blessed and lucky. My flat and flatmates are also the coolest I could ever have asked for, and I think I'll easily get used to all of this (food, people, even language!). Of course, it has its little downsides as housekeeping for the first time on our own, and managing expenses (which are much higher than I thought, specially talking about cleaning products, OMG) but I think that is added to the whole year abroad experience.

So, what I've been up to this last week? Well, after finding ourselves, put up everything, deal with the firsts of all (full house cleaning and settlement, the trip to IKEA, first misunderstandings with the language and presentation of the course at uni...) we finally had some fun time strolling the city, getting lost in the cobblestoned streets and wander around to be welcomed by the most touristic and crowded, yet beautiful and statement constructions in Firenze: the Santa Maria dei Fiori (or Duomo di Firenze), the train station of Santa Maria Novella and its homonymous church, or the Piazzale Michelangelo at the very top of the city, where we photographed this breathtaking sights while enjoying the Gelato Festival of Firenze this past weekend!

To wander around the city, and if you don't want to get unexpected attention, I would recommend to cover up a little bit (in fact, it's already getting a bit colder in the evenings, so a light jacket, shawl or blazer is always welcomed) and put aside your running sneakers to a pair of comfy flats or ballerina shoes like this ones from Gloria Ortiz shoes I'm wearing here. Italians like to keep it simple, yet stylish and comfortable, so black blazers and white, basic shirts and T-shirts will be my main pieces this year!

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I was wearing:

Black blazer, trousers and tulle T-shirt all from Zara
Gloria Ortiz ballet tied flats
Karen Millen sparkly bag

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  1. Thanks for sharing these amazing photos of Firenze! I would love to visit here someday.

    http://www.kathrineeldridge.com

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    1. Hi Kathrine!
      Thanks to you for your lovely comment. Sure! Firenze is a marvelous city worth visiting almost once in a lifetime!

      Best,
      Amanda

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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