Dubrovnik, the wall city’s old architecture and sculptural details make you feel like you have travelled back in time. It’s best known for the scenes from Game of Throne, but I would say I am most attracted by the emerald waters and tapestry of red roofs. Stari Grad (The Old City) where history is presented in every corner, we were set for an adventurous day to explore stunning churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains. It’s Renaissance and Baroque characteristics in the rich architecture of its monasteries, churches and palaces have inspired us to play with tweed and suede for our couple style. How should we do that?
Styling Tips for Her : Tweed on tweed can make you look like a grandma sometimes, but if you are contrasting the 2 tweeds textures then it’s a Coco Chanel moment. Go for a long tweed jacket that sits at the same length as the tweed dress instead of a short one for this look. Style it up with a pair of long boots to add an adventure kick with a coloured fringe bag.
Styling Tips for Him: Tan Suede is never out of style for menswear, but do keep in mind always style it with light shades to avoid looking too mature. A perfect pair of slim chinos lightens up the texture of suede texture. For shoes, go for a semi high lace up instead of high boots. What I love about this look is it blends in so well the with colours of the surrounding.
Location: Dubrovnik : Stari Grad (The Old City)