Milan Guide

Ciao my darlings, As you can see from the title, this is going to be a travel-guide post of Milan. I am going to share with you my favorite places to stay, best restaurants and cutest areas to hang out. I pretty much talked about the areas in my previous posts but here you'll find all (I believe) you need to know before visiting this amazing city. So I hope you'll


Duomo Rooftop

Ciao, my darlings! In this post, I'm going to share with you an experience I wanted to have since my previous time in Milan. Two years ago when we visited Milan, I wanted to climb the Duomo rooftop. Because of the extremely little time we had in the city though, I wasn't able to do that. The line for the Duomo Rooftop was always really long and we only had like



Ciao, my darlings! In this post, I'm going to share with you photos from another area we visited in Milan. This area was Navigli which means "canal" in Italian. Beautiful area. Full of little cafes and full of colors. We went there twice during our stay in Milan because the first time we visited the area was packed! We couldn't walk without people pushing us. But we did enjoy the


Posing with Karl

Ciao, my darlings! I think I'm going to use "Ciao" instead of hello for all my Italian posts! Anyway, it's time to share with you my second outfit from Milan Fashion Week. This is Milan, so I guess a pleated skirt could not be missing from my fashion week wardrobe. I saw this skirt two days before my flight and I knew I had to take it with me. It


Sweet Brera

Ciao, my darlings, This is the second outfit post from Milan Fashion Week. The photos are taken into one of my favorite neighborhoods of Milan. In Sweet Brera. That day, we actually came back to our hotel after a really long morning. We were tired and just wanted something to eat so we decided to head to Brera area. An area that combines fashion with coziness, full of little cafes and

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