Keeping warm and comfy in Genova

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A couple of weekends ago we took an early bus Firenze-Genova to discover one of the biggest coastal cities in Italy, home of pesto sauce and (oh dreamy) focaccia. As I've done in our previous daytrips around the country during these three months, I decided to wear something as fashionable as comfortable and warm enough to deal with an uncertain weather and a long day of walking and touring ahead. Carrying a light, neutral but still warm coat as this Lightinthebox one I'm wearing is as important as carrying a bucket bag in which you can store everything you'll need in your day trip around any Italian city: wallet, smartphone, tissues and so on.

So, what did we do around Genova and what impression left on me this huge, historical city and its surroundings? Well, Genova it's way bigger than I expected, much bigger than Firenze but less touristy (or at least, less touristy when it comes to foreigners, because it was plenty of Italian families with their children) and there are plenty of marvelous sites to discover and take pictures in: Genova's Palazzi, its many University buildings, its commercial promenade covered in ah-mazing porches, both of Genova's ports... For a tiny moment, I kind of regretted being in a city which isn't as big as Liguria's main city and dealing with tons of tourists everyday in my way to class. But then, we all came back late at night to Firenze and I again felt really grateful that I'm having the opportunity of studying in the Renaissance capital for a year.

But anyway, I'll stop talking about nonsense and focus on the outfit. I'm still a bit doubtful when it comes to dressing up to stroll around Italy: the fact that my choices here are a much limited comparing to when at home, summed up that I can't figure out the weather (it changes like a crazy thing every-single-day) and added to the fact that you better wear comfortable walking shoes just makes everything complicated. My advice here to keep safe and warm would be wearing tons of layers: a T-shirt underneath a pullover, maybe a blazer if it's too cold and then your perfect go-to coat. A pair of jeggings, culotte pants with tights or even your favorite jeans are great to complete an Erasmus-proof outfit to survive endless adventures while being abroad.

So... Have you ever visited Genova or any city around Liguria or even Italy? What's your perfect outfit to stroll around when being abroad?

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I was wearing:

Lightinthebox military green coat
Louis Vuitton "Noé" bucket bag
Easy Wear mocasines
Velvet headband from department store back in Spain
Zara jeggings

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4 comentarios

  1. love the look babe and fab photos!
    kisses from the sandpit ❤︎
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  2. You look great:)

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  3. Amazing post,the pictures are truly beautiful, I love it, love your awesome outfit as well. You look stunning, thank you for sharing!!!

    xxx

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  4. Genova looks like a beautiful place to visit! Absolutely gorgeous photographs and your warm Winter outfit is perfect :)


    Laura xo
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