Last week I already posted my first ‘what I wore in Milan’ blogpost in which I showed you one of the outfits that I wore on my amazing trip to Milan recently. And now it’s time to show you the second outfit. This outfit is a lot more simple, toned down and minimalistic. I wore this on the last day of our trip, that we spent walking around in the area of Brera. We didn’t really have a plan for the last day, apart from doing some shopping, but by accident we found this beautiful place where we took these outfit shots. We didn’t really know anything about the place, but we just went in and found the most beautiful building which is perfect for taking photos. I looked it up online when I came back home and it turns out to be the ‘Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera’, meaning the academy of fine arts of Brera. So if you ever happen to be visiting Milan, definitely have a look here! Okay now on to what this blogpost actually is about, the outfit.

I’m wearing one of my favorite items for summer that I have in my wardrobe, which is this black lace-up playsuit from Topshop. I wear this playsuit so much when the weather starts getting warmer, mainly because it’s the most comfortable thing ever. It literally feels like you’re wearing pyjamas when wearing this, which is just the best thing ever if you ask me. But despite the fact that it’s super comfy, it still looks really put together and classy. It’s such an easy-to-style piece and I feel like you can’t really go wrong with it.

As for the rest of my outfit, I’m wearing my well beloved Furla Metropolis Mini bag again. If you want to know a bit more about this bag, you can check out a whole blogpost on it here. For shoes I’m wearing my heeled mules from Zara (again lol). I just love these shoes so much as they’re actually really comfortable but still give me some height because of its small heel. I’ve been walking around in these little heels for days in Milan, which really says something because normally my feet hurt quite quickly in heels.


Playsuit – Topshop

Bag – Furla

Shoes – Zara

I really hope you have enjoyed my ‘what I wore in Milan’ blogposts. I definitely really enjoyed writing them as I think it’s always so much fun to look back at photos of trips and all the amazing memories that come with it. Writing these blogposts is actually making miss Milan, so I definitely hope to come back there one day!

Kirsten x

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