I love to travel. If I could, I would hit the road as many times of the year as possible! The feeling of packing for an adventure never gets old, does it! But oh my, the worst feeling ever is the harsh realisation that the holiday you’ve dreamt of for the whole year is coming to an end! I always try to make it less painful by going out for a lovely meal, dressing up all nice, walking along the beach…just anything to make the last night special. The everlasting memory that you will be fond for many years to come.
It was the same for me during my last holiday in Spain. It all came to an end so quick, as it always does when you are having the best of time. We decided to go to a local Thai restaurant, a place we visited two years back and we definitely considered the place the best Thai restaurant ever. We got to sit on the balcony with a distant view of the sea. Pure heaven on Earth. I tend to visit local restaurants, to taste the country’s real flavours when I’m on my vacation but we do get chance to cheat every now and then.
I shot these pictures on the last evening in Spain and I adore how my tanned skin contrasts with the pink River Island dress. I cherish this little dress and the girly vibes it has. The cut is very simple, straight all the way down to my knees with a frilly ending. I’m very fond of summer feminine dresses and this pink number won my heart as soon as I saw it in a shop. I paired this baby pink dress with brown heels that I purchased in good old Barrats (whatever happened to that shop, such a shame!).
To finish the whole look off I teamed it up with my Swarovski jewellery, my favourite accessories when I want to make a statement. I’m a big fan of Swarovski jewellery and you can read all about it in my post Sparkles and Dazzles…The power of Swarovski element. It’s so easy to fall in love. Swarovski crystals can have different glistens when they sparkle…mine is golden…just like the sun!
As it always does, it all came to an inevitable end and it was time to leave the blue sea and sandy beaches behind…
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.”