Hello loves! I want to share with you the photos of my last weekend getaway, i really loved this place, so colorful couldn’t stop taking pictures. I enjoy discouvering new places, so here are some of my favorites.

This is one of my favourite outfits yet, love the high waisted black pants, the blouse is actually my mango kimono that i used as a top, boots are zara and the hat i got it there. All together they give a boehmian vibe i love! 😉 IMG_0082








Guanajuato <3

As everybody knows this saturday was Valentine’s day. I’m single right know, and it can get a bit depressing especially on that day, so I decided to get away for the weekend with some friends, that just like me don’t have a valentine. We visited the beautiful colonial-era town of Guanajuato, Mexico, I was hoping to get some material for upcoming post unfortunately the weather was not on my side, we arrived around 6pm on saturday and it was a bit cloudy, by the time we got to the hotel checked in and left the car at the parking lot it was already 7pm, anyhow we were excited to see downtown, so we walked trough the beautiful cobblestone streets to the Juarez theater consider an architectural jewel, it was getting late to get ready and it had started to rain therefore we head back to the hotel.

We dressed up, I was planning to wear a cutout red dress but i forgot the shoes that go with and i ended up wearing a black ensemble wich was just fine since the climate didn’t allowed for bare shoulders and mini skirts. First we went to a bar called La madera, wich I loved, especially the mojitos, next it was time to go to Grill a very well known night club, the line to get in was about a block, thankfully one of my friends knew the rp or someone there and we got right in.

Next morning we woke up early to visit the town and take some pictures since we were unable the day before, we also had brunch in a charming restaurant called Van Gogh, really delicious, walked around for a while, and then we went back to Morelia, all a bit tired but pleased.














Desert sunsets

I was so excited to show you the pictures of my recent trip to Real de catorce but i work in an architecture studio and this has been the busiest week ever! but finally i took some time to tell you all about it. We knew it was a bit distant from home but not this far, after three buses and one cart pulled by a donkey (i know, such a cliche) for a total of 9 hours of travel we finally arrived to a little town named Real de Catorce, totally worth it, i fell in love with it immediately, is like a a complete different place stuck in time, probably the 70’s, a lot of hippies from all over the world live there.


So we went to the hotel left our stuff and hit the town, we wanted to do as much as posible since we were going to be there for two days only, that afternoon we took a jeep (they call them willys there) to the desert, it has to go trough clifs and narrow paths plus we were feeling adventurous so we decided we wanted to go on top of the jeep’s roof such an adrenaline rush, i saw the most beautiful sunset and the sky at night is so clear you can see every star, then we head back to town and went to a little bar called “Peace and love” i japanese rock band was playing that night, it was the most bizarre thing i’ve seen but so good even the waiters stoped working and started dancing.
Next day we woke up early and we walked about three km to see the ghost town that is at the top of a hill, took some pictures and enjoy the view of the town, we were leaving that day so we went ba         ck to have lunch at a beautiful restaurant in one of the boutique hotelscalled Hotel de la abundancia, we said goodbye to my sisters ucranian roomie, who was returning to Mexico city to take her flight next day and took the cart back to the bus station to start our long way back home. this trip was such and experience it has been one of those times when you feel trully alive, can’t wait to go back.






kimono mango

blue shirt mango

jeans and bag massimo dutti