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The Flowers Bloomed for You

We made a special trip to Michelangelo's Square today for you... I've been a bit slack taking the camera out, mostly because our trips are so random. Most mornings I squeeze my eyes open for a latte at the bar downstairs, and sometimes we dont come home until after dark. I've barely gotten to the part of remembering not to wear my PJ's for morning coffee, let alone take the camera and all the other survival items one needs when venturing out
The sun was out and it was a light 18 degrees, perfect for riding the scooter around the city outskirts, catching random images from the back of the bike, stopping only for Cappuccino's and Cream filled croissants 
It really is such a magnificent city - its easy to overlook the beauty when your in the trenches with the rest of the locals. I hope the photo's are not too generic... its hard not to be when the view is that good!
My Charlotte Faux Fur Jacket stole the spotlight for a minute... I'm so happy I bought this along with me - keeping me snug and stylish riding around the town (Lookbook here)
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Wearing H&M Blouse / Zara Knit / NEUW Marilyn Jeans / Rada Priya A/W Coat

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