Spring Favourites

Photographed in Paris

As I write this there are bright blue skies and the sun is finally streaming in through the windows after what was a very dreary, grey and cold weekend, which brought snow! I photographed this on an almost equally, but cold sunny day last week that had me tricked into thinking it was starting to get a little warmer. Wishful thinking. Despite the cold, my head is already in spring and more specifically what I will be wearing when the temperatures get a little more manageable and I don't have to wear a heavy coat. I started sporting this floral jumper (similar here and below) a few weeks ago as I was in need of brighter clothing to combat the grey, but it's also the perfect top to celebrate the (eventual) coming of spring. I've paired it with black jeans and this denim khaki jacket from Sezane, which I'm sure is going to become a throw-over-anything spring essential.

I'm wearing: Zara Sweater, similar here & here // Sezane Khaki Jacket // Sezane Sneakers, similar here // A.P.C half moon bag, similar here // Sezane Jeans // YSL lipstick

Photographed by Dimitra Sereti, edited by me. 

The Blue Pearl

Breakfast at Casa Perleta. 

Breakfast at Casa Perleta. 

Do:

  • Walk up to the Spanish Mosque (about a 30min hike up a hill) to watch the sun set over Chefchaouen
  • Get out into the streets at 7am before everyone else wakes up to get some shots

Eat:

  • Don't miss lunch (make that dinner too) at Bab Ssour - they do great tagines for around €5. Head up the stairs to the terrace for a breeze and a view over the rooftops. 
  • To be honest I didn't eat much besides a crepe, but grab at least grab a drink here to have an excuse to go up to the terrace and oogle the view, one of the best of the city. 

We stayed at Casa Perleta, but if I'd been a bit more plush, I'd probably have stayed at Lina Ryad and Spa.