Exploring Burano and Murano in Venice was high up on my list and I specifically packed this striped Caroline Constas Lena dress for my trip to Venice. I wore it with a striped fedora hat that I bought from a street vendor before we took a ferry to Burano. Every corner I turned, presented a picture perfect opportunity and no matter how horrible a photographer you might be, you just can’t take a bad photo here. To get to Burano and Murano, all you need to do is take a taxi boat/ferry. Burano is the island with the colorful buildings (aka an instagrammer’s dream) where I had the BEST squid ink pasta (more on my vlog!) and Murano is known for glass blowing. Visiting Venice in May was perfect because not all the streets were occupied by the tourists so discovering empty streets like this was easy. I shot this photo before we headed to the ferry. I wore my Caroline Constas dress (sleeveless pink version here, similar affordable here) with these cute Schutz sandals with pretty stitching. This was the view in front of our hotel. We stayed at this hotel called L’Orologio which was right by the water and close to everything. We had breakfast by the water almost every day.Once we got to Burano, I was ready to explore. Turning into alleyways was so much fun because you didn’t know what color building you’d run into! The pretty pastel colored buildings in Burano provide the best photo background! My sunglasses are from Self Portrait x Le Specs (also in pink and more here)
Since we were in Venice for almost a week we went back to Burano then to Murano wear they blow glasses (so many beautiful chandeliers) and this time since it was much warmer than the other day, I wore a two piece set from Privacy Please (also in black.) If you’re into maxi’s, there’s a similar striped versoin here.Privacy Please Muroc Ruffled Top and Skirt, Self Portrait x Le Specs Edition Four Sunglasses, Embellished Clutch, Schutz Sandals.
photos of me by Jacopo Moschin, rest by me!