California is always sunny and colorful. It is full Bloom in Southern California now. I love Spring time in Los Angeles, it is my favorite time of the year. Everything around is so colorful and the people smiling on the street makes the day even better. Sunny weather always makes people happier. Today’s look is a simple white dress and hat. I have a lot of hats in different colors and textures. A hat is a great accessory which can add chic to any style. The dress is a light and airy material. I bought this dress at Zara and right now it is my favorite store where I find a lot of clothes that fit me while I am pregnant. The dress is very breathable which is perfect for sunny days and for my pregnancy belly.
Hi everyone! 🙂 Today I wanna share with you how I am dress during Pregnancy.
I am on my 21st week of pregnancy and most people most don’t even recognize that I am pregnant. I went to a lot of special maternity stores to buy things I like and I was surprised to find that size XS is very big for me. Most everything I tried only made me look bigger. I finally decided to visit my favorite stores and buy clothes one size bigger than I would normally buy. It is still possible to hide your bump with the right clothes and look skinny at the same time. One of my favorite and very comfortable looks is a simple high-waist long skirt. I am a big fan of skinny jeans but long skirts and dresses are the most comfortable type of clothes for me now. I am happy to live in sunny California where you don’t need to have a bunch of warm clothes and that makes it easier to dress up during pregnancy.
Pizza, gelato, wine, history, architecture, Italian cheese, art, Romeo and Juliette – is what comes to mind when I think about Italy. Italy is an exciting place to visit because it has so many attractions to offer. Rome, Venice, Florence, and Verona are places you must see during your vacation in Italy.
Italian food is a culture! I am crazy about Italian food. It is my favorite cuisine. One of my guilty Italian addictions is gelato. It is the Italian version of ice-cream. It is like a mix of American frozen yogurt with ice-cream. You have to try everything in Italy and be prepared to gain a few pounds. It is not a place to diet. Italian cuisine is amazing and varies across the different regions. I highly advise against eating in touristy places. Of course you should pick the nice restaurant with a view once and enjoy a glass of Italian wine. However, when you walk and explore the city you will see a lot of small, local, and cozy places to eat. Italians call these places “trattoria”. They are usually casual family-owned places serving home cooked meals. The food there is much much better compared to touristy restaurants.
Architecture is impressive in Italy. You will find diverse architectural styles there – ancient Roman style buildings, Rococo, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, and Art Nouveau. I could not stop admiring the beauty of every street, sculpture, square and building. It is like walking in a museum. Italy is thousands of years of history that you can see and feel while exploring the city. Every part of Italy is rich with architectural heritage.
My Italian vacation was fantastic but you will feel there is never enough time for everything. There are too many places to see and explore. Don’t rush or adhere to a strict schedule to see everything in one day. Enjoy the beauty of Italy and eat a lot! 🙂