Cardigan: Mango | One-piece: Garage Montreal | Sandals: Steve Madden | Sunglasses: Black Market
It appears that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is not the only edifice in Italy that looks like it might fall right on top of hundreds of eager tourists any second. There are leaning towers and things left and right. You'd think the country would have collapsed by now but rest assured that all the leaning issues have been dealt with... At least that's what I've been told. Nevertheless, Pisa was a little treat. It's not that big of a town and is one of the most touristy areas you can find in the country. It didn't blow my mind away like the Vatican did, but I have no complaints. Every bit of it was thoroughly enjoyable.
The day was extremely sunny, so the photos are not the greatest, unfortunately. I should've thought of carrying umbrellas with me.
I wore a casual, pin-striped, cotton one-piece or "romper" and a very lightweight, cream, crochet cardigan, which can easily be paired with anything in my wardrobe. Of course, this ensemble wouldn't be complete without my beige, patent sandals and the tortoise-shell sunnies. This is only the beginning of my newly found and beloved Tuscan-inspired style.
Check out my video blog about Pisa and Florence, from the ITALY VLOG series: