Snowy weather was exactly what I wished for back in Dallas, and I got it here in Nuremberg. It’s easy to forget how bone chilling it can be when you live in Texas. The cold wind, as it whips, feels like it could cut right through you.
No matter how cold, it wasn’t going to stop me from investigating what the Old City had to offer. I had much more time this trip to be by myself and explore.
A lot of Latte
I stumbled upon this perfect little cafe (above). The latte’s were so delicious, I found myself there everyday in the late afternoon.
what I loved
The last time I was here I found the Patrizia Pepe store, and bought a few things that I love and still wear. So, that was my first stop. The Spring Collection was filled with coral and other pops of color. I bought a bright yellow (almost neon) sleeveless blouse, and a coral blouse. I expect both will look smashing with white denim.
There was also an earthy part of the collection. That was filled with army green, and a nude/pink color that I absolutely adore.
Another shop I loved was Marc Cain. They had beautiful prints, silk skirts, tops, and dresses. I walked away with a necklace, but would have loved to buy a dress. It’s not easy shopping over here, because it’s so much more expensive. You have to be really choosy.
I noticed a lot of women wearing these wedge sneakers. Shockingly, I didn’t find them as offensive as some of the ones I’ve seen in the States. They were pretty low-key and fit beautifully with their street-style. The sneaker itself was not as bulky, and looked more like a boot.
Sneaker by Paul Green
the other stars
for the dogs
People seem to bring there dogs everywhere with them. They tag along to dinner, walking the shops, and to coffee. I wish we were allowed to do that!!
Until next time … xo