(Bella) Burano, Italy

Burano, fashion, Italy, travel

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Burano is a small island off the coast of Venice.  It’s known for it’s bright, beautifully colored houses which line small canals.  The colorful homes are quite charming and their reflection off of the water only add to the cheery splendor of Burano.  It’s surreal walking around the secluded, quiet island.   

We took a 40-minute boat ride on a vaporetto (a.k.a. water bus) across the Venetian Lagoon.  The ride was beautiful as we sailed away from picturesque Venice and past other watercrafts, small islands with abandoned ruins and the island of Murano which is known for its world famous glass blowing.

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T-shirt dresses are a girls best friend while traveling.  They’re compact, comfortable and a great starting point for any outfit.  Use a t-shirt dress as a blank canvas and you can accessorize to your heart’s content.

Black and white is a classic combination and always in style.  I paired this basic black t-shirt dress with my trusty color-blocked Tory Burch espadrilles.  I love that they look the the Chanel version!

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Similar styles can be found here:

T-shirt Dress – If you’re going for basic black try the T by Alexander Wang T-Shirt Dress, to add some flair check out the 3.1 Phillip Lim Ruffle Trim T-Shirt Dress or if you love a good maxi dress consider the Getting Back to Square One Dress.

Espadrilles – Tory Burch has an amazing collection of espadrilles and I want them all!  Check out this pair with a punchy Palm Tree Print, these Laser-Cut Calf Hair Platforms, or these cute Stripes.

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