INDIAN SUMMER STYLE
I have been busy lately with organizing my blog, planning future trips and blogging activities and to be honest, didn’t travel much in the last two months. This however will change for good. As Robin Sharma says, the change is hard at the beginning, messy in the middle and best at the end. I guess, I’m in the middle and everything around me is such a mess.
Yesterday, after some awfully grey rainy days we had beautiful sunny Sunday here in Sofia. With my friend we often make a Sunday afternoon walks in the central part Sofia, a city full of beauty and surprises. It is one of the underrated destinations of Europe and so much easy to travel and really affordable. But I see more and more foreigners realize that and now I hear many different languages on the streets. It is always intriguing to meet travelers from far countries and as I am one of their crowds I am always curious about where they are coming from and what journeys they did.
The warm weather in Sofia is allowing me to still use some summer outfits but combining them with closed shoes and scarves. I chose classic combination of black jeans and white top for our walk around the Rotunda Saint George, the oldest church and main landmark of Sofia.
The jeans and comfy sneakers are my favorite outfit elements for travel as well. As I like to stay stylish while travelling, as much is possible, the flat but not too flat shoes are essential for me. The ballerina shoes are not my favorite. They are too flat and damage my feet when I need to walk long hours. But the sneakers provide decent support and protection.
This outfit helps me realize that fall is coming, but just not yet. Summer colors are out but the dark fall colors are still not arrived. So let’s enjoy those gorgeous Indian summer days!
What is your favorite style for Indian summer days?