Well, I have returned – and am ready to start sharing my holiday fashion! Now that I am back from Spain, I’ll use some of my posts over the next couple of weeks to share with you some of the looks I wore, what the ladies of Spain are wearing and some of the places and things we saw while there.
The time away was fantastic and relaxing. On my list of things to do while there were shop, eat and drink…but not necessarily in that order!
And I did all three of those things in abundance! But I’ll tell you more about each adventure as I share it here.
These photos are actually from just over half way through the trip when we were in Vejer de la Frontera. Such a great little place. We had been told to watch out for the orange wine made in the area. Once the Fashion Mister spotted it, we bought a bottle. Over the six days there, one glass either before or after a siesta was my standard afternoon protocol.
It’s called Vino de Naranja, and it is too good to be true!
Obviously it was good stuff because I let the Fashion Mister take pictures of me lounging on the couch in a dress, showing off my white legs!
I had kind of hoped that we would have a warm and sunny holiday…but that was not to be. In fact it seemed we brought rain wherever we went. More on that later too. Anyway, this was one of our nice days. About 25 degrees Celsius. Of course all the locals thought it was cold and were wearing layers and scarves. I’m sure they thought I was mad in my summer dress, cardigan and ballet flats. Considering I had left 10 degree C it is was practically tropical!
I had such a great time in Spain. Both the Fashion Mister and I would recommend it as a holiday destination. The food was amazing, the drink fantastic (obviously) and tomorrow, I will tell you about the shopping!
For now, it’s good to be back! Thank you all for continuing to come while I was away. I promise to start catching up on what you all have been doing this past month.
- Get Organised Week – Holiday in Spain (astimegoesbuy.me)
- Spanish Style (astimegoesbuy.me)
- Top 10 Fashion Capitals (essentialtravel.co.uk)
- Spanish Style – Focus on Zara (astimegoesbuy.me)
- How Zara Grew Into the World’s Largest Fashion Retailer (nytimes.com)