Lemon Print in Positano

Obviously, I had to have this dress for Positano. The entire region of the Amalfi Coast, from Sorrento to Salerno, is famous for its citrus, particularly its gorgeous and delicious lemons! When you are in the region I suggest not only wearing lemons, but also eating everything lemon — lemon…

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Tile Print, Il San Pietro

I am not sure what is more perfect, this tile-print dress or this view! I only recently discovered this Australian brand, Camilla. I was scrolling through Shopbop before my trip and stopped instantly when I saw this gorgeous, almost baroque, tile print. It immediately reminded me of the Amalfi Coast.…

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Day Trips From Madrid

I have mixed feelings about Madrid. The first time I visited I really liked the city. Compared to Barcelona, a city I don’t love, I really enjoyed seeing and exploring the main sights of Madrid, particularly the Prado Museum and Royal Palace. As the royal seat of power and now…

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48 Hours in Seville

After my quick stop in Cordova, I headed to Seville. I was there for work, but part of my job is also seeing and exploring the cities in which our partner, or potential partner, universities are located. The more I know about the university and city, the more I can…

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Très Française

What can I say? This looks is very French. It was not until after I put it on that I realized I matched my favorite cafe in Paris, Café Bonaparte. Honestly, the only thing missing from this look is a baguette in my hand lol! Whether in Paris or at…

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Trompe-l’œil

Trompe-l’œil is a French term and an artistic technique that means, to trick or deceive the eye. It uses hyper-realistic shadows and contouring along with perspective to create an optical illusion. Typically it is used to make two-dimensional paintings or frescos look three-dimensional. It was insanely popular throughout Europe in…

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