Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Serravalle


Serravalle village is a place built to concentrate many famous  brands. They sell at a lower price from past collections. It is one of my places when I am  looking  for  bargains! Sometimes I go there just to have the pleasure to go in and out of shops and see my favourites...( which are Prada, La Perla, and of course Furla ! )


Some days ago, I wanted   to celebrate  the end of school ( for students but not for teachers yet! ), so I decided to go to Serravalle and see if something new was happening there.

COAST-MAX MARA

The weather was not very good and, as you can guess by my wet hair, was raining. That for me was just a detail of no importance...


I bought some things  I had absolutely in need of ...


...and finally, tired but happy, I headed  home!

23 comments:

  1. I can imagine how great time you had! One of my dream is to take a shopping trip to Italy once.
    You are brighting on the pictures!

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    1. It would be great! If you happen to come to Torino let me know!

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  2. Sounds like my kind of day. With the exception of the rain, which would absolutely bother me (thin hair and not much of it).
    You looked very nice. Great outfit. Just wondering about your shoes.. are they two coloured?

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    1. Well, in the photo my shoes look like being grey and black but the truth is that I was wearing a pair of grey socks! ( Calzedonia has made very nice ones ) which were impossible to keep completely hidden into the shoes!
      In Italy we call those socks fantasmini, which means more o less. . . small ghosts!

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    2. Aha, I tend to have less to no blisters in shoes with a peep-toe or a slingback. But if the nose of the shoe is closed, I use a cut-off bit of a pair of tights. Just the toe section, so it is a little thing. I cover my toes with it and slide into the shoes. Amazing how well they stay in place and they don't run. Something which tights normally do.

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    3. It is a smart trick, and a good idea for me too!

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  3. So pretty on your day of shopping. Love you hair always. Happy you had a good time and got some things you needed.

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    1. Thanks Lisa, I often wonder if there is something I need to buy. . .

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  4. Looks like a fun day! We have similar types of outlet malls here is the US, great for hunting for good prices on brand names. Discounted Furla, dangerous for the budget!

    blue hue wonderland

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    1. You are right about Furla! But I was good enought not to buy a new bag that day. . .

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  5. Loving the bags I see in the window of Furla :) Looks like a nice day out!

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    1. Furla is a very dangerous shop for my wallet!

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  6. You always look nice..Even with wet hair..Looks like a nice way to spend the day..

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    1. ...and you are so kind, dear Missy!

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  7. Nice look, I love your shoes and your skirt. Serravalle seems a good place to have a good time.

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  8. Hi Josep, yes, that is a good place to have a good time and an even better place to spend a lot of money! :-) . . .

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  9. Ah Retail therapy, is there anything better??
    Brett

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    1. I love that kind of therapy!! :-)

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    2. Haha, have never heard this one: "retail therapy". Must remember that. Funny.

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  10. Dan, in Madrid there is a similar place called Las Rozas Village.
    I do not know, but can I approach this weekend I'm going to the capital to see my family, my nieces have a wedding and want to buy so the escort model.
    It's great to visit and shop on those sites.
    How well have finished classes right?
    You look beautiful, as always.
    Kisses

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  11. Hi Curra, I have never been to Madrid but I think it is a beautiful town( some years ago I went to the South coast of Spain, from Barcellona to Alicante ). Nice journey to see your family. My students have finished their lessons ( lucky them! ), for me some other weeks of work...

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  12. Hi Dan, I'm sorry it took me so long to get over here... What a great blog you have! :)

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  13. Hi Wendy, and thanks. You are welcome here!

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