Sevilla – Day 2

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You know it’s Summer because I barely publish on the blog!
Yet we are not on holidays: between the preparations for our wedding, my return to the States in Fall, Jules and my work (which does not magically stops in July and August, unfortunately), I feel a little overwhelmed.

That’s why it feels so good to look back at those pics from our week in Andalucia, Spain.
Here is our second day in Sevilla (the first day was posted here), and since I am a little lazy, I also post the outfit of the week at the same time! It’s a timeless Summer outfit featuring my fav oversize top by my lovely Margaux Lonnberg .

But before the outfit, I wanted to introduce briefly our hotel in Sevilla:Vinci La Rabida.

It was ideally located in the heart of the city, with a majestic view of Sevilla’s Cathedral and a typical Southern Spanish decoration (see below the view from our bedroom and from the rooftop restaurant of the hotel).

We are able to visit all the main monuments of the city walking from the hotel, and the price was more than reasonable considering it’s a 4 stars hotel.

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We started this second day with the mythic Plaza de Espana, a spectacular place with tiled fountains, pavilions, walls, ponds, benches, and exhedras, where each Province of Spain in represented by beautiful colored tiled alcoves.

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Then, after a “light” but gargantuan lunch (Gaspacho, cantaloop and Spanish ham, tuna salad), we went on the top of the Cathedral to enjoy un unrestricted view of the city. The equivalent of 60 stories to walk up, but it was worth it!

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I also said I would post a Summer outfit: it’s a pretty basic one (who does not own denim shorts and an oversize tank?), but those items are basics I’ve been wearing for several years now with the same pleasure. My shorts come from Sandro (2012), my tank from Margaux Lonnberg, and my fringed bag from Bollywood Bazzar.

Only my flatforms (from Zara) are new, from the Summer 2015 collection, currently on sales!

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Pictures: Jean-Pierre

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