Since the weather in Greece is pretty damn awesome for a September, wearing one of my favorite summer outfits for one last time before I go back to wearing swetears and leggings is a must. Generally during this time of the year it's always confusing when it comes to what to wear. Like, it's practically autumn, but it's too warm to wear coats and too cold to wear tank tops. That is why I prefer to take some fall/winter fashion classics and combine them with unique summer pieces. I try to rock summer fashions for as long as possible, but also add my autumn favorites.
In this outfit, I wore a classic black long sleeved blouse, with printed electric blue floral print shorts. I love the lace ending of the shorts, it just gives a more delicate look to the outfit. I also adore the way the necklace makes the look a bit sparkly, it's like the little detail that completes this outfit.
Blouse and Shorts - Stradivarius
Necklace - Accessorize
Bracelets - Personal Collection
Shoes - Tsakiris Mallas
Ring - Hobby Time By Chryssa
Get this: the vintage cream ring from the pictures above is handmade by one of my lovely readers! It's practically made out from glass, and it's absolutely gorgeous:) You can check out her creations on Facebook, on this link.
Of course, this photoshoot took place in the beautiful Crete in Greece, in a classic little port, with cute boats surrounded by a wonderful scenery. It was one of my favorite places in Kissamos, plus the food was amazing!
Also, if you were wondering about the article title, it comes from my current music obsession, "Tenerife Sea" by Ed Sheeran, from his new album "x". In case you haven't heard it yet, go look it up right now, because you totally are missing out!
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