Sunday, 13 September 2015

Front doors


Hello! Those of you who regularly follow my blog know that I have a fancy for architectural elements of cities such as balconies, buildings, courtyards and so on ...


Now,  I want to share ... front doors!


In Turin there are many of a special, classic beauty.


Today, with my animal print bag, wide light colour skirt


and blue floral blouse I cross the city with my tab-camera


taking photos of my favourites!


Temperatures are slowly decreasing here, and I also have a cotton jacket with me, which adds some extra flowers to my outfit ...


At last, I welcome the incoming season!


27 comments:

  1. Amazing skirt dear! Kisses.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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  2. I love the skirt!

    I also love old doors. So much character.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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    1. It's very nice and totally caught my attention when I saw it in the shop window ...

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  3. The doors are fantastic Dan! Thanks so much for sharing a unique view into your lovely city. As always, your outfit is chic and understated elegance.

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    1. Thanks, Sue. I like very much going around the city and discovering details which deserve to be photographed ...

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  4. Stylish and chic look! Lovely post, happy day dear! <3

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    1. Thanks! And a happy day to you too ...

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  5. Such a pretty outfit, I am partial to the jacket. Nice to have flowers to transition you over to the next season. Those doors are lovely, especially that first one, wow!

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    1. Probably floral prints are my very favourites! In this outfit I matched three together. I thought it would have been too much but ... it seems to work well!

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  6. Such a lovely combination you're wearing!! And such magnificent doors!! I wonder...does anyone living behind those doors, give you a hard time when you're taking the pictures? jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. To be honest, when I took the photos of the first door some ladies were waiting I finished for going in ... they were very kind and I thanked them!

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  7. What a beautiful doors, and what a wonderful look. Everything is very beautiful, blouse, jacket, skirt ... It's a beautiful combination. The skirt is cute, with this volume, with this flight, with the precious print. A fantastic look, Dan, you'll look really elegant.

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    1. Many thanks for your comment, Josep. And, of course, for including me in your selection ...

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  8. Again a very feminine, modern and elegant outfit. Love the rose on the skirt and the blouse. I noticed you are wearing a top with longer sleeves underneath it. Whenever I do that I think it doesn't look nice, but I think I chose the wrong colour. A blue or black would be better, looking at your outfit.
    And of course the doors of Turin are magnificent. In those day they had the manpower, labour and money to create these great buildings.

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    1. I am not wearing a top underneath ... what you see are the sleeves of my blouse . Yes, it can look like an extra tshirt because the blouse is silk at the front and knitted cotton for the back and sleeves! Both the skirt and the blouse are from the MM outlet ...


      I always try to notice the beauty around me and those doors are really magnificent . Other ages, other attention for details...

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    2. Better....!!! a silk blouse and knitted cotton for back and sleeves. MM outlet huh??? hmmmm

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    3. But, remember ... I promise to keep you away from temptations!!

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  9. I, too, love architectural details. And in a city like Turin how can you lose? I love your skirt. In fact, the whole outfit is very chic. You would not be out of place at Fashion Week.

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    1. Really a flattering comment, Connie!!

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  10. Your skirt with its large flower detail is wonderful , paired beautifully with the blouse and then the jacket.
    I always enjoy your tours of those architectural gems found so readily in your part of the world.

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    1. Thanks, Jill. Blogging is a wonderful way to see the world!

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  11. You look stunning my dear! The skirt is beautiful with a single rose. I love doors and windows. Thank you for showing us your charming doors!

    ♥ carmen

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  12. That floral skirt is crazy gorgeous, love the prints you mixed it with! Great selection of doors, my favorite is the one that is levered so the panel come out. Reminds me of a dutch door i used to have overlooking my garden in suburban new York! You look stunning!
    xx, Elle
    http://mydailycostume.com

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  13. I adore this skirt! So simple yet so beautiful and elegant! I always love to explore different places with you and to see all those doors, balconies and cozy corners. So beautiful!

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