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Discovering new places in Budapest

Happy Monday girls :* are you ready for a new week? because I sure am 😀 And today I’m going to share with you another lovely outfit from my trip to Budapest – I’m pretty sure you will like it 🙂 I’ve been to Budapest so many times before, but I still haven’t seen even half of the most important sights in town, and this was exactly the plan for this city break: to explore those parts of the city where I haven’t been yet, and of course, to take a few shots there!

So we woke very early and after breakfast I’ve put on some make up, arranged my hair and took my new crush for a walk, a gorgeous pair of sandals from Leo Studio Design, that will probably make you go bananas – that’s because they have a pretty cool design, with bananas 😀 And since these lovely rose gold sandals could be matched only with something equally special, I’ve paired them with a wonderful pink cardigan from AlmaazCouture, that will easily transform any look into an eye catching outfit.

Our first stop was at the Heroes’ Square, that’s even more impressive that what you see in photos. It’s so big that’s it pretty hard to get it all in one photo, and it’s also part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its iconic statue complex. Next to this massive square, you’ll find one of Budapest’s most important parks, Városliget, with all kinds of museums, a charming castle called Vajdahunyad, and the Széchenyi Thermal Baths. Unfortunately I didn’t get to visit the thermal baths as well, because it was sooo crowded, but that’s another reason to come back here, right?

Anyways, I hope you like these pics 🙂 and stick around, because I have many other surprises for you this week.


My outfit :

Cardigan : AlmaazCouture

Top : H&M

Shorts/ Sunnies : Zara

Sandals : LeoStudioDesign



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