Surviving a crazy hot summer can be a mission impossible, especially if you’re spending most of it surrounded by boiling concrete wishing you could somehow get a tropical summer feel in the city. Tough one, right?
As I will be spending most of this summer in the city, today I wanted to show you how you can still feel like you’ve escaped the heat of the asphalt and still look and feel fashionable. And it won’t be with a dress, can you imagine that?
Sometimes it’s too hot even for a flowy dress, even one like this from my last post. So, this time I chose a pair of shorts. We needed a retro vibe, of course, so they had to be high-waisted. I paired them with a frilly and floral off the shoulder top, which enhances the boho chic feel. The outfit needed a statement piece jewelry so I added this gorgeous necklace in the shape of a flower. What I like about it is that it is so versatile – you can wear it in summer as well as in winter.
Since we’re trying to feel comfortable in the heat, the shoes must follow. That is why I wore these rose gold sandals that have quickly become my new summer faves. And now I have that impulse to buy them in every color! Of course, an outfit wouldn’t be complete without its majesty, the bag. Today I went for this little gold one in the form of a suitcase. Isn’t it the cutest?
So, when talking about how to get a tropical summer feel in the city, the outfit is important, but not crucial. In fact, what makes it tropical is the location. I mean, we know the location isn’t tropical, but it sure can feel like it. So, the task was to find one. And I think we did.
We shot this in the city of Pančevo, near Belgrade, and in its biggest park, Narodna bašta. The setting was so green and peaceful, under a big willow tree. And I think it was a perfect choice because it was what gave it the perfect tropical summer feel in the city. And I think it shows in the photos, too.
But, enough with the words, let’s see what the pictures have to say!
Tattoos by @nemo_karavampirtattoo.
Photos by @anafiteart.
Till my next post,
Have a great day, Ana!