Seville for me is one of those places which I just feel right at home as soon as I get there. Although I have been a couple of times when I was younger, I hadn't really been as an adult so it was great making the 3-hour long drive over from Portugal to explore the city for the day. It has to be said for those of you that do not enjoy hot temperatures-beware as the heat in Seville is intense! The day we went it was no different and we wandered around enjoying the Cathedral, Plaza de Espana and the many green spaces and parks the city has. I absolutely loved looking at all the Spanish/Arabic style designs and the gorgeous architecture the city had to offer as well as the gorgeous parks.
Something we, unfortunately, didn't have time to do was to go see the Sevilhanas dance which is definitely on my list for next time but I did manage to get in the dancing spirit with some gorgeous new red, pointy-toed ballet flats which I wore all over the city. Even if you don't manage to get to a show check out some of the old, traditional boutiques that sell all the outfits, and most importantly make sure you don't leave the city without a lace fan!
I was wearing: Off the shoulder top by Hollister (2 years old), patchwork denim skirt and new red pointy shoes both by Zara, Sunglasses by Ray-bans, straw market bag by traditional Portuguese shop (no brand!), Necklaces by Astley Clarke.