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Krakow for a day


I hope you are as excited with both Lunar New Year (Hello sweet Rat!) and weekend as I am. I don't have an extra outfit post for you but I have a little extra from my trip last December so I offer you to spend this Friday on a trip to Polish Krakow with me.
Krakow was a totally unexpected yet a very happy trip. We got to see a friend of mine who now resides there and I haven't seen him for years! It was so much fun walking around the cozy Krakow with him. A pure joy! It is pretty exciting to see the city from perspective of a person who lives here for over a year. He is familiar with locations but has a fresh eye still.


As always during mid-season I tend to wear warmer clothes than I would normally need. Big scarf is a big hack of mine as it could be used in different ways to wrap around and feel warmer. Gloves and hat are must for me as well as I tend to freeze in this parts easily. I'd probably pick something without heels for shoes but unfortunately I didn't have much choice shoe-wise.

I know this post is never complete without some pretty sightseeing photos!





















I was wearing:
Hand knitted scarf (I made it myself!)
Uniqlo coat and jeans
Mark's and Spencer's hat
Jil Sander shoes
c/o iGlasseshop glasses

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I haven’t seen your posts in a while so this was refreshing. However, I’ve gotten used to seeing you modeling your own outfit. The pictures of you were kind of small but I did like the scarf you made ☺️

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  2. This is quite a trip! I would love to visit Krakow! So many things to learn and experience. Love your pictures!

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  3. Kraków is beautiful! You took some wonderful photos that really showcased the city. I love when I have friends visit Toronto — showing them around makes me look at my home with fresh eyes.

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  4. Happy Lunar New Year!! Can't wait to see your outfit. Wow, Krakow looks like so much fun. Looks like you had a great outing.

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  5. Great photos of Krakow. I love the architecture. Your scarf is really nice too. So colorful!

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  6. I really love it when I get to see another place through the eyes of a blog. I learn more without having to visit though sometimes I end up wanting to see it in person.

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  7. I'm glad you went on this trip to meet up with your friend. Krakow looks like such a beautiful city. The buildings are gorgeous.

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  8. Gorgeous photos as always girl! And your outfit was perfect for this trip. It looks comfy and stylish!

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  9. I love love love your hand knitted scarf! So nice looking. It looks like you had a blast on your trip to Polish Krakow. Enjoy.

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  10. Krakow is beautiful and your pictures never disappoint. My girls are always jealous of your outfits. I told them one day, you can travel the world too and model fantastic clothes!

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  11. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful blog. It's always njce knowing more about a certain place, just by reading someone who has a great experience about it.

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  12. There are often cheap flights to Krakow from my city and I've been thinking about booking a weekend trip! The architecture is stunning.

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  13. Krakow is a lovely city! I know I appreciated its charm when I visited. Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos and experience! Love the scarf!

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  14. Krakow is beautiful. The buildings are so majestic. So much fine detail in their architecture design. I am glad your friend took you to all these wonderful sights.

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  15. You made the scarf yourself - so cool! And so pretty! Krakow is a beautiful city - I've never been there but your lovely pictures make me want to add it to my list!

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  16. It is one of my bucket list to visit Poland. I like your detailed pics on Krakow and it seems so historic and beautiful with wonderful architecture. Thanks for this. Are you branching out into travelling. I always looked forward to your fashion writeups. Jerry Godinho

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    1. No I'm always a fashion girl. It's just I didn't have a proper fashion material but I wanted an update so I decided to share my latest trip

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  17. Krakow looks beautiful and is in a country I am yet to visit. The lovely pictures you have shared makes me want to visit soon.

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  18. Your outfit looks great, both stylish and super cozy in the cooler temperatures. I love that you were able to check out Krakow with your friend as that is such a great way to get a little 'insider's perspective' of the area.

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  19. Love your outfit. Krakow looks a bit like disneyland with the castle like buildings.

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  20. Beautiful place to visit, and I think your outfit looks great that scarf you made looks fantastic. It seems like you had a wonderful time and I enjoyed looking through the photos you took.

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  21. I heard that Krakow is an amazing place and your post just confirms this! Pictures look stunning as well, thanks for sharing this, should visit it one day!

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  22. Este lugar é lindo, aproveite esse tempo.

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I was wearing:
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Uniqlo cullottes
Fila sneakers

Have a nice day, Lyosha