Nothing better than eatçair the day cycling in one of my favorite cities in the world! On our second day in Amsterdam, we took advantage of the open sky to take a tour of our favorite places 😉
After a long walk, we arrived at Amsterdamse Bos, a wonderful forest in the south of the city. In addition to being a great place for walking, cycling, having a picnic and playing with childrenças, here you can visit a goat farm!
I couldn’t resist and I took one of these pets in my lap, the cutest thing in the world! Here, they also produce various products based on goat’s milk – fresh and super tasty! Of course, I took the opportunity to have a delicious ice cream!
We continued our walk through the parks and did not stop even with the boring rain that fell in the late afternoon. To end the day on a high note, we had a great time at the Wild Zwijnen restaurant.
It is obvious that the look had to be practical and comfortable enough to ride, but not super sporty. Geysir’s poncho was one of my greatest finds in life – besides being beautiful, it is super warm and perfect for producingçmulti-layered!
The printed clutch helpedçto the dark look. In fact, don’t take large bags for walks, okay?
This time, I even managed to wear a skirt and keep warm! The tip is to bet on a half thick 80 thread. The boot in the galosque style was perfect to give a different texture in the production.ção and even protect me from the rain!
Of course, one of my favorite glasses couldn’t be missing! The gunçthick, the mix of prints and the very large lens are elements that make all the differenceçthe total look, after all the accessories are there for that!
I hope I have inspired you with this warm look and that you were eager to learn more about this amazing city!
- Boot | Melissa
- Gray sock | Geysir
- Pantyhose | Waldorf
- Antix skirt
- Wool coat | Channel
- Geysir Poncho
- Glove | Ted Baker
- Bag | Serpui
- Glasses | Céline
- Scarf | Licorice