Prague, Czech Republic

old town square

Chambray: J.Crew / Skirt: H&M / Sneakers: Superga / Shades: Ray-Ban

Hi everyone! Hope you had a happy and blessed Easter weekend, if you celebrate.

Here are a few more photos from my visit to Prague. One of the main things I really loved about the city was its layout - it is so easy to walk anywhere and be in distance of attractions and sites. These photos were taken in Old Town Square, which is pretty much as it sounds - used to be a gathering and trading place, now has museums and food stands and fountains. It also has the world's oldest (and still working!) clock tower that not only tells you the time but the lunar cycle as well. Plus it's got these cool-creepy figures on the side that watch you and judge you. The Tim Burton exhibit that was going on definitely fit in with that side!

A bit about the outfit - I'm forever wary of blue and black together. One of those weird color combinations that it seems only runways and "real" fashion bloggers can get away with, right? Especially dark blues, I just can't quite wear them in good conscience (or confidence). But one of the things about traveling to places with different climates it the lack of suitcase space for getting free reign with outfits. So I tried to justify it with sticking with basics like chambray and interrupting it with the belt. Plus my Superga sneaks fit the whole walking everywhere bill.

Thanks for reading! Happy Monday! xx


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