From Firenze to Livorno and Pisa day trip - Outfit and sights

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I had a slight beforehand idea that, when you are living abroad for a whole course, you are expected to travel. And travel to exhaustion specially if you are in a country as culturally rich and marvelous as Italy. However, the budget is pretty tight, and being based in a city like Firenze which doesn't have an amazing connection to other European cities if not taking a 6 hour bus doesn't allow me to travel every single weekend to an "exotic" destination like Bratislava or Bucarest. However, Firenze is an amazing location to do an Erasmus year if you want to discover the best places in Italy, because it has great connection with both the south part of the country and the north. You can reach Milano and Rome in about two hours of train, and amazing and less touristy places like Lucca or Arezzo are just turning the corner.

So, as my flatmate and I have developed a great friendship we decided to take a train to a place near Firenze to do some sightseeing. Both of us share passion for travelling and eagerness to master our skills in italian language and culture. She is the one behind the camera while in Italy, and the one who always agrees in enrolling a crazy daytrip to take pictures and discover new places to eat delicious food. This time, we took a train to coastal city Livorno, which is amazingly close to Firenze but at the contrary of what you might think, is not touristy at all. We strolled through the historical center and took some amazing pictures at Terrazza Mascagni near the seaside. We spent the whole morning entering in diverse churches, visiting Livorno's historical forts, had lunch near the beach and finally head over Pisa to take pictures with the Leaning Tower and Cathedral, which has a pretty breathtaking interior.

To stroll around I wore this Silvian Heach culotte pants that I bought on our last tour through the nearest mall, which are pretty comfortable and super versatile, as I can wear them with thights and warmer socks to turn the whole outfit into a Winter-friendly look to wear around European cities. I think we're actually having sort of strange weather around here, because it's almost December but it's not as cold as everybody told me it should be. That's why I always carry with me my basic blazer jacket and envolvent scarf. I don't want to freeze but neither to carry around useless stuff I can't put on!

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I was wearing:

Silvian Heach culotte pants
The Monster booties
Louis Vuitton black scarf
Easy Wear orange turtleneck
Zara blazer
Nike backpack
Traditional earrings bought in Mérida

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  1. Killer pants!
    Angie
    http://www.thefashionfuse.com/

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