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 Skirt: zara/ blouse: Cos/ shoes: vans/ sunglasses: Prada/ bag: micheal kors/ watch: daniel wellington/ bracelets: shashi 

Hi Loves! 
This (read: €13) pencil skirt, is my life, i love it so much. It’s really nice body flattering and just a simple trow on, which still makes you look chic. 

Especially in combination with this blouse. Somehow i found myself matching the colourful-mosaic designs from gaudi today. But ohwell, this top is great for hot weather, since the fabric is silk and nature-fabrics usually don’t make you feel so sweaty.  I really like this combination. What do you think? 

Speak to you soon! 

Xoxo Sophia 

Read all about what i did this day on my latest posts: BCN diary day2: gaudi tour. 

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BCN Diary day 2: Gaudi Tour

Hi Loves! Today day 2, of my short trip to Barcelona. 

This morning i enjoyed breakfast in my hotel, we woke up early cause we had tickets for park Guell at 9:30. The park was really gorgeous, a must-see if you come to Barcelona. 
   
 

After Parc Guell we went to casa Battol, you get an Audio-tour with a tablet which shows a visual house that comes to life, really cool. Also a very beautiful house. 

   
 

After visiting two of Gaudi’s works, we went to have lunch. I found a place called Brunch & Cake, and so we went here and had a really delicious lunch! This is the kind of place i would visit all the time if i was a citizen of Barcelona. I had a Mango and chicken salad with the complete vitamine smoothie. 

   
 

We also planned to go to Casa Mila today, but we weren’t going to make it, since we had tickets for Sagrada Familia at 5 o’clock. So after luch we took the underground and made our way to the extremly crouded but suprisingly beautiful catherdral. I can’t even imagine how this church will look when it’s completely finished. I can understand the hype! 

   
   

For dinner we ate at Intertapas, the tapas was good, but not really impressive. We didn’t really know where to eat, and my phone who contained a list of restaurants was dead. So we found this place which was close to Sagrada Famillia. 
TIP: make a reservation for your tickets at both Park Guell, Sagrada famillia and Casa Battol, the waiting lines are enormous and it’s definetly not fun to stand for a hour in this heat. (i know so, we had to wait for casa barttol.) 
That was all for today, untill next time! 

XoxoSophia 

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