Welcome to the beginning of #CopperTravels to Barcelona. A new ‘mini series’ sharing everything about my trip in one go.. because I couldn’t wait to share it and knew you’d love it all. Theres lots of street style from Barcelona, vlogs, guides, lookbooks and even a whole bunch of my photography. I spent most of my time wandering the streets with iPhone in hand, taking pictures and videos of absolutely everything.. literally.
These images were taken down a street just outside of the Gothic Quarter. We’d visited a little indoor food market called Mercat Princesa with the most amazing treats from all over the world (pizza, tapas, tacos, burgers.. you name it). I’d definitely recommend it if you’re with some friends and looking for a few drinks and ‘nibbles’.
While we were in Barcelona, the weather was fairly humid so this outfit was perfect for cooling down. I want to stress initially that I don’t have a huge wardrobe and under 10 bags and shoes. I guess I’m not your typical blogger but its because I just like to keep a bit more minimal – something I’ve touched on in the past and will be speaking about more often.
So on the minimal theme, the top is a typical slouchy off the shoulder number from Jack Wills. I like that its pretty classic and great quality cotton, looking perfect tucked into the frill shorts. I quite like the simplicity of it because essentially its just a t-shirt and shorts but looks so much nicer! The frill shorts kind of resemble a skirt but I think they frame my legs well.. keeping my best feature at their best!
For accessories, my classic everyday suede bag was teamed with some new slingback loafers and retro cat-eye sunglasses which I picked up in the Next sale for £7! Don’t you just love the mid-summer sales for great bargains.
a twenty-something exploring the world with a double espresso and a camera.