You simply cannot visit Poland without immersing yourself in Krakow. It’s against the law! If not, it should be! Distinctly, if you have a flair for history and culture. To validate my point, I urge you to click here and read all about our Krakow travel experience.
Since Beautographer and I travel so often, it’s probably no surprise to hear that I’ve got our airport looks, packing and unpacking down to a science. What used to stress me over, now takes me about a couple of hours. Based on experience, I’ve also been able to figure out what to wear while traveling, irrespective of the length of the flight. I’ve kind of my “what not to wear” guideline that I have shared previously here for a long haul flight. Hence, I have a fool proof wardrobe for a comfy travel experience while still feeling put together. Slip-on sneakers or flats are usually my choice when traveling. For a short-haul flight from London to Krakow, I styled my airport look with the good o’le jeans + white shirt combo. To add a dash of glam, I wore a patterned silk scarf around my neck. The best part is that the scarf was used multi-ways once I reached to our destination- I wore it as headband on our day 1 in Krakow. We walk miles wherever we’re heading out, so it’s always nice to have a comfy pair of flat in hand. This tie-up flat pumps comes as saviour every time I wear, or pack them for a trip.
As I’m getting older, my personal style-sense is becoming more defined and I’m relying less and less on trends or whatever is au courant. Instead, I’m just dressing up for myself and what I love. For example, on a summer day out exploring this historically rich Polish city, I opted for a girly floral dress with cut-out back details because it’s not only super comfortable, but it also makes great style statement . I styled it with a neutral brogue that can last all spring and summer long and are a wardrobe must-have, especially for working women. It gives you a casual vibe when paired with a summer dress and office-ready when coupled with a textured trouser. To finish the look, I reached to this nude tote which is versatile, functional, and elegant. So many more looks to come with this piece!
Fashion season comes and goes, I’m always drawn to skirts. I find that they add the right amount of whimsy and charm to any looks. For my second look in Krakow, I picked this painter’s canvas lookalike print skirt which was then on Sale costing little over a tenner in H&M. I paired with a cream sleeveless top with front tie-belt and a pair of wedge sandals. I adore this baby from Zara that I got on Sale from four summers ago! They give off an effortlessly summer vibe and I especially love them for having a brown body with a blue (bow) face.
I hope you like the outfits I wore in Krakow, and as always, thank you for reading!
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What Was I Wearing?
Airport look: Levi’s Jeans/ Vero Moda Shirt/ Zara Scarf (currently out of stock, alternative here) / Zara Tote (similar here) / Urban Outfitters Sunnies/ River Island Ear Jacket (similar here) /Asos Tie-up Ballerina