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Finally... Parma!

Ok, here I am. Starting my posts about 2 dreamy weeks in Italy. Milan was our center and a nice place to stay. We also did some shopping there. We didn't spend all the days in Milan but also traveled through north of Italy. In fact we've visited cities both Max and I never been before (it was my 3d and Max' 2d time in this wonderful country). I'm sorry for taking a lot of time to finally make a post. Here it goes.
This is our trip to Parma. Parma is charming not big university town as it seams. With charming park and nice architecture. I loved the river! The weather was lovely mostly and only not long before it rained a little (rain was a trade mark of our vacation).
Long story short: Parma










Less of outfit - more of fun and food.



And some sights for ones who is interested













I was wearing:
Paul Smith hat (borrowed from Max)
Diesel jeans and jacket
Marc by Marc Jacobs flats
Masterpeace bracelets

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. What a wonderful place dear!!! I love Italy as well!!! I spent some days last month in Rome (you also could check up on the blog) and it's a wonderfull city!! Lovely pics lady and much fun!!! I love Amorinos ice creams are my favorites!!!
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  2. Lovely pictures. I want to go there, too.

    There should be a rule that you always wear a hat. You look so good in hats.

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  3. Great photos, Lyosha. I like your hat but at this very moment, seriously, I could go for the ice cream! What beautiful architecture. I'm glad you got two weeks of travel.

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  4. OMG....you look so cute and adorable! Beautiful photos! Italy is amazing, but in the future you have to come to Portugal too, I'm sure you will love it as well ;D
    Thank you so much for stopping by 3 days ago! I'm so sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you, but I've been insanely busy! My "G+" and my "likes" on all the available posts of your bloglovin ;)
    Hope you have a happy evening and a fabulous week ahead<3

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  5. parma is a very beautiful city!!


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  6. Lyosha, how amazing! All the photos look like prefect postcards!
    You look adorable and I really like how the first photo has movement!

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  7. Parma is a so beautiful city. Love these photos and your outfit is very nice too.

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  8. I absolutly love parma!!!!! There is an old libary - and so many amazing little restaurant :)

    Greets from the EDELFABRIK
    Chrissie

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  9. It's a great you had a good vacation in Italy, I love the country as well (well, who doesn't?). Oh, and you're wearing your lovely mouse flats :)

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  10. You look gorgeous and very happy :)) x

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  11. Looks like a very wonderful place, xoxo.

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  12. You came to Parma?? I live here!! Its really a wonderful place

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  13. I loved your outfit!

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and as usual I can't leave you without a bunch of assorted sightseeing photos.













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