Florence Cools

2. September 2015

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I’M WEARING
Tank by BARNEY COOLS | Size M | Shop HERE
Shorts by ZANEROBE | Size 30 | Shop HERE
Sneakers by ETQ | Size 42 | Shop (similar) HERE
Panel Cap by BARNEY COOLS | One Size | Shop HERE
Shades by PACIFICO OPTICAL | One Size | Shop HERE

Here’s a little throwback to my vacation in Tuscany at the beginning of August. Back then the missus and I spent the last day of our trip in Florence, a city rich of monumental architecture, fabulous little alleys and wonderful squares. Nevertheless, when planning your city trip to Florence you should not forget that it can get incredibly hot there during summer. Well aware of this fact, we didn’t have much choice, as we were already in tuscany, had one day left and our train back home left from Florence anyways. Further we thought we’re tough enough to bear the heat and the bazillions of tourists. As it turned out, this was a bit optimistic ­čÖé . However this super light summer outfit probably saved me from collapsing under the blistering heat and helped me to keep cool, figurative and literally. The wide tank top is just perfect for hot summer days as it gives your body enough room to breath while at the same time it looks amazingly laidback and cool. For a relaxed summer-street-look I wore it with a pair of cut off shorts featuring a slight drop crotch and elastic waistband for ultimate comfort. Awesome funfact about the shorts: even after one hour of waiting in line in the sun and climbing up 420 stairs in the riduclously narrow staircase of the Florence cathedral’s┬ábelltower, they didn’t show any sweat stains which is even more impressive given that I basically felt like I had taken a way too hot shower when I reached the top of the belltower. The white croc-embossed leather sneakers are the obvious choice to complete this outfit.

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Michael Mei├čner 3. September 2015 at 0:44

Wieder klasses Outfit in cooler Umgebung. Es ist immer wieder eine Freude deine Berichte und deine Bilder zulesen bzw. anzuschauen.

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