Tuesday, 8 January 2019

This is what happened in Cremona


Ever been to Cremona? Neither did I until we decided to choose the city
 for our usually journey after Christmas
 

About 70.000 inhabitants, in the North of Italy, less than 3 hours by car from where I live
Ancient buildings of extraordinary beauty 


Which tell the story of my country.


It was the first going-out for my new Obag!
( with fake fur of course)


The wether was very cold indeed with temperatures around the 0°C for all the day 


There were some fog too.


Luckily we had  many places which inside were wort  visiting 


Among them many churches that  in Italy really are like museums, with masterpieces of great value!


It was only on the last day of our staying when we (at last) saw the sun again...
So ... I took my coat off!!


( but I wasn't brave enough to take off the  sleeveless puffet I was wearing underneath )


Hope you had a warmer weather...

19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Love the combination of outfit!

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  2. Great post. You are so right, Italy is a country with so much beauty! I don't think any other country has so much class, so much style, so much design. In everything. Buildings, clothes, shoes, interior decoration... everything. I love Italy. Forgot to mention the food!
    You look adorable and I like your sleeveless puffer jacket. Nice and warm for underneath but also stylish. I have one from Uniqlo (with sleeves) which is very practical as you can fold it into a little packet, but it has no style.
    And Grillo has a wardrobe of his own! Not the same jacket every day, no ...! How cute.
    I am glad to see that you still wear your brown boots. So do I. Well, on days when my knee allows me. I still love them.
    The interior of the church(es) is like the Vatican. Overwhelming and of such beauty.
    Greetje

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    1. Totally forgot to say that I adore your pink Obag. Great addition that chain and the colour is very ladylike.

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    2. You can see an extraordinarily beautiful piece of art in a unknown church of a small city in Italy. I had never heard about Cremona as a place so rich in works of art !
      The vity is also where Stradivari, Guarneri and Amati made their famous violines . Many musicians in the world choose instuments made by them because of their excellent sound...

      It is funny and I didn't notice it, but yes, Grillo changed coats! ( he was trembling for cold and on the second day I put on him the warnmer coat...)

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  3. That's why I love seeing the churches of old...they are amazing in their architecture and decorations!!
    Just like your pink fur trimmed bag...it's adorable!
    XOOX
    Jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. Me too love visiting ancient churches : they are very rich in works of art!

      The bag was soooo cute and I couldn't resist!!!

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  4. To my utter shame, I have to admit that I'd never even heard of Cremona, but what a wonderful city it is. I especially love the church's interior. How fab is your new pink Obag! You're looking chic and elegant as always! And I love your dog's wardrobe too ;-) xxx

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    1. I think that very few foreigners know Cremona and to tell the truth me too didn't know there were works of art so beautiful there!!

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  5. What a beautiful church! Isn't it so nice to escape for a few days! And what a gorgeous bag!

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    1. oh, yes! I only spent a few days in Cremona but enjoyed the time so much!!

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  6. Good to hear from you again. What a wonderful church and I like your outfit as well!

    Happy New Year

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    1. Hi Rebecca, and Happy New Year to you too!

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  7. Great pictures Dan - stunning architecture. Your bag is absolutely gorgeous!

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    1. Many thanks, Gail! And a Happy New Year...

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  8. What an interesting place to visit. You little dog is so adorable in that coat and I love your gorgeous fluffy bag! xx Maria

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    1. Cremona turned out to be a surprise for me , what a pity it was soooo cold!

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  9. Well- I could barely see the beautiful city because I was so focused on your amazing handbag! (and adorable dog!).
    Lovely post.
    ~Melissa xx
    https://freshairandfalselashes.com

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  10. Hi Melissa! Many thanks for commenting.
    My dog was trembling because of the low temperatures and on the second day I had to change coats ...

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