PARISIAN STYLE IN BUDAPEST PART 2

 

For those of you who haven't read part 1-click here to hear the first part of my Parisian style in Budapest blog post. 

My final day in Budapest wasn't quite as we had planned as unfortunately, my mum ended up getting sick. Luckily just before sunset, I still managed to visit the Buda Castle, Matthias church and Fisherman's Bastion. For me, one of the best things about Budapest was definitely the architecture which is truly gorgeous. I particularly loved Matthias church and Fisherman's Bastion which both looked like something out of a fairytale. The roof tiling on Matthias church was really different to what I had seen before and it was really beautiful in person. 

 

Fisherman's Bastion is what you see in the majority of these photos that looks out onto the Pest side of the city. It faces the river from a height to capture an amazing view. It truly looks like a fairytale castle with its pointy powers and grand, sweeping staircases and a huge hit with both the tourists and locals. Going there at sunset was really great too as it made everything all the more beautiful with the different pastel shades in the sky. 

 

I wore a cute mustard teddy jacket with my ripped Levis denim and Chanel bag. I really like this outfit as although it was really comfortable and pretty casual it still has something about that Parisian style. I have to say I am really obsessed with the mustard colour of this jacket too so I am sure you will see it pop up a lot more in future items of clothing that I purchase! For me, although my ethnicity is mostly Portuguese and English and only a tiny 1/8th French there is something about that chic, easy Parisian style that I truly love! Nothing better than being comfortable but looking put together at the same time in that oh so chic way that the french do it...

 

Wearing: Mustard jacket by Zara, denim jeans by Levis, black belt by Topshop, Chanel 2.55 bag and black jumper by Sandro.

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    • 28th October 2017 / 11:13 am

      yes such a gorgeous place! I loved it!

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