Tourist in my own country

Being a European in the US is a very interesting experience when it comes to fashion. I would dress up even when going to the grocery store in my country. I would make sure my hair looks nice when I went to the gym. Crazy!

But in the US people have different a relationship with clothes. They don’t have a problem with going to the grocery store in their yoga pants or even their pajamas. And to be honest, it’s quite a liberating feeling not giving a f&$k what people think. But you can’t get the European out of a girl, so I still make sure that my outfit is on point, even if they are sweats or yoga pants.

So long story short, when I finally booked my ticket home I was like “yesss, I will dress up cute every day and strut around town!” Well, that did not happen as I expected because I just wanted to be comfortable on my vacation. So even though I had packed my suitcase with cute stuff, I mostly wore my favorite Anine Bing sweater and baggy Zara jeans throughout the trip. Lol

Here are the few outfit pics I took on my trip home. Let me know which one is your favorite. ☺️

This outfit I’m rocking at Heroes’ Square is a full on ensemble from Zara. Lol (addict alert 🚨)

At Lake Balaton I was wearing my fluffy blue sweater with basic black jeans and black leather boots (it was October guys).

One of the most beautiful part of our trip was the Plitvice Lakes in Croatia and since it was super cold and sprinkled a little, I was kept warm by my favorite faux fur jacket and a cute bow in my hair to make it fun.

Here is the Anine Bing sweater that I bought specifically for this trip because it has all the cities I love and then some! Super comfy with my baggy jeans at my uncle’s house.

Rocking the baggy jeans with a simple great sweater and a leather jacket in front of the Opera house in Vienna, Austria.

Give it up for the Anine Bing sweater one more time paired with some skinny jeans, white leather boots and the statement leather jacket.

Hope you liked my outfits and I would love to know which one is your favorite. Let me know in the comments! πŸ’πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

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