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Capsule Travel Wardrobe: What I Wore Today, 9.29.11 Florence

September 29, 2011 by  
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khakis + gray long-sleeved t-shirt + black 1970′s wide leather belt + black flats + paisley wool shawl

Capsule Travel Wardrobe: What I Wore Today, 9.28.11

September 28, 2011 by  
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black sleeveless knit dress + black tennis shoes + Cynthia Rowley handbag + black and white striped ribbon belt

Capsule Travel Wardrobe: What I Wore Today, 9.25.11

I’m very excited that I’ve already gone down by half a size on my soon-to-be-patented all-gelato-all-the-time diet. So, today, I wore my “Cat Woman” outfit: black leggings + black short sleeved t-shirt + black tennis shoes + Cynthia Rowley handbag. Don’t I look slinky? I was super bummed to hear from my nineteen year old […]

Capsule Travel Wardrobe: What I Wore Today, 9.24.11

I had to wear my squishy boner-killer, outfit destroying running shoes today, because my feet were still killing me this morning after last night’s accidental walk to the airport. Damn. I still look like a soccer mom in this photograph, even though you can’t see my shoes. The ugly of those shoes is just that […]

Insert Dov Charney Penis Joke * Here *

American Apparel in Florence, Italy is conveniently located on Via Del Purgatorio. Because where else is Dante going to buy ugly, ass-less clothing for his trip to fashion Hell?

Capsule Travel Wardrobe: What I Wore Today, 9.23.11

September 23, 2011 by  
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I spent all day today prepping for next Tuesday’s ten minute oral exam about Santa Maria Novella, Florence’s primary Dominican church, with my study partners Brian and Milton. At 10pm, after five straight hours of cramming, Brian and I decided to take a gelato break at the nearby Gelateria La Carraia. Milton has a theory […]

My Favorite Thing In Florence, Italy: The Free Water Machine In The Piazza Della Signoria

September 22, 2011 by  
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The city of Rome has mineral water on tap. The city’s water source is an underground lake which is filtered by a series of aquafers. Since Rome has 3000 year old plumbing, you can get free, yummy, mineral water from any fountain in the city. During rush hour it’s a common sight to see commuters, […]