Look, NICE, Travel

CANDIED APPLES IN NICE

16. January 2016
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If you guys follow me on Instagram, you’ve definitely already seen my updates from Nice.
It was the next destination to escape the chilly German weather and head to another awesome city for a few days. Sadly we could only stay for four days, but I was super excited for this trip. I think it’s always refreshing to see another destinations even for a short period.
I’m obviously extremely thankful I had a chance of spending the holidays with my boy in one of the lovliest places ever. I know that we travel really often and I am pretty sure this is something that a lot of us are lucky enough to do regularly but I am definitely not taking it for granted.
I really loved the seaside, cute little restaurants and high temperatures. We were lucky enough to see the Christmas Village (as you have read in my previous posts I am a huge fan of Christmas Markets and everything that comes along with Christmas celebration ;-))
Today as the temperature continues to drop in Stuttgart, I’m going to have to find creative ways to look fashionable while all I really want is just to bundle up ;-)
I wish you guys a perfect weekend and speak soon XoXoXo

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/Pictures by Skinnycature/

TOP: TOPSHOP

JEANS: GUESS

BOOTS: SACHA

EYEWEAR: D&G

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4 Comments

  • Reply Leftbankgirl 16. January 2016 at 23:59

    It’s absolutely gorgeous! The shots of the lights are breathtaking. You look beautiful in the green vest!

    http://Leftbankgirl.blogspot.com

    • Reply skinnycature 18. January 2016 at 9:44

      <3<3<3

  • Reply sweetsimpleday 18. January 2016 at 4:33

    Great photos!! U look awesome in anywhere!!
    Xoxo

    http://www.sweetsimpleday.com

    • Reply skinnycature 18. January 2016 at 9:43

      Thank you lovely!

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