Massimo Dutti coat, Uniqlo denim top, Topshop white crop top and pants, H&M wool hat, Salvatore Ferragamo purse, Staccato boots, Rayban sunglass
After the cold gloomy winter, you can't imagine how happy I was when the sun finally shine so bright and warm in the other part of Europe, to be exact it's Lisbon. Even I feel the coat was a bit too much in Lisbon afternoon, but perfect for the chilled night weather. I love this coat as it adds a clean, tailored and sleek look to the whole outfit. And I know I use this purse like in most of my posts, but honestly I don't really carry much stuffs in my purse and I only bring few bags to this trip for my shopping purpose (fit more stuffs!).
My first impression of Portugal was, wow. The architecture is totally different than the other parts of Europe. The streets are steep, colorful buildings and houses and my favorite part is the Belém district. This is probably the most touristic place in Lisbon, but I can see why. The view is astonishing (from the bridge picture). I was recommended by the hotel receptionist to visit the famous Pastéis de Belém (in the Belém district too). I am seriously addicted to this custard tart or pastel de nata! According to the story, only three people know the secret recipe to this perfection. So make sure to visit this place when you are in the city.