What I wore on Azores

Hello Beauties,

I wrote a post about my latest trip to Azores (click here to read) and I mentioned that is difficult to know what to wear in there, because a day in Azores can have the four seasons, and that is true.

When we go on a trip, we try to plan the best so that we can be prepared to all weather situations but also manage it in a way so we don’t bring too much clothes. I just had one small trolley, so everything needed to be in that trolley – including clothes, shoes, personal items and all the other things that a girl needs.

My idea was simple – the blouse that I wore at night for a dinner, would be the one that I would use in the next day (styled differently). Now you ask, that worked?! Of course not, because I add in the bag more blouses, just in case something happen and ended up using one blouse in the night and a new one for the day.

Without more further due, let’s discuss my Azores’ outfits.

The itinerary in Azores was decided on the night before or immediately in the morning, because that are some places to see that we need a specific type of weather.

We arrived on an afternoon and because of that, we decided to start by visiting the capital, Ponta Delgada.

The outfit was a simple one, because the time was short.

Shirt – Zara | Sunglasses – RayBan | Necklace – H&M | Belt – H&M | Jeans – Levis | Sneakers – Lacoste

For the first night at the island I chose something simple but cute and I think fashionable. Let me know what you think.

Necklace – H&M | Top – Zara | Belt – H&M | Trousers – Mango | Loafers – Ralph Lauren | Bracelets – Pandora

Second day, and the best in terms of weather, was the best day to go and see the “Lagoa das Sete Cidades”.

Because it was a sunny day, I decided for something practical, which is very necessary in Azores since you need to walk a lot. Since it’s an instagramable island, we can’t forget to try to look good for the photos.

Necklace – H&M | Blouse – Zara | Shorts – Zara | Bracelets – Pandora | Sneakers – Lacoste

For the night, we had a reservation in one of the most famous restaurants in São Miguel, so I went for a more classic outfit but nothing too fancy.

Blouse – Mango | Trousers – Mango | Belt – H&M | Loafers – Ralph Lauren

Third day, and worst in terms of weather! We were going to have a bath in the Furnas, so I needed to be prepared to put a biquini anywhere.

In the second photo, I look like someone from the FBI right?! Lol

I had in this night a dinner with friend that were also in São Miguel, so I ended not taking any photo . : (

Fourth day, and the one that would be sunny at morning, cloudy and chilly at the afternoon. So I decided to bring something that could be wear in both weathers, at least looked like it.

Necklace – H&M | Blouse – Zara | Shorts – Zara | Sneakers – Lacoste

On our last night was passed eating great seafood so I needed to be comfy but also with some space for the amazing food. ; )

Last day in São Miguel unfortunately, but we still had some time on the morning to visit a little more. The hotel was kind enough to let us do a late check out, so we had until 16:00PM to explore the rest of the island. Because of that, I decided to use a different outfit of the one I was going to use on the plain.

Blouse and Shorts – Mango | Sneakers – Lacoste

And that’s it, these were the outfits that I decided to wore on my trip to São Miguel, Azores. Some conclusions that I took in the end of the trip, were that the Lacoste sneakers are really good, comfortable, and you can use in every type of environment. I used them to do trails in the mountain but also as a chick sneaker for the city. With that said, I missed my Timberland boots because they are my favorite. Not seen in the photos but my Levis jacket was always with me.

Jacket – Levis

Do you like this type of posts? I really enjoy doing them. Hope to have more in a short time.


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