Taking the tram in Lisbon

On Saturday night I arrived back in Berlin, and I already shared some snapshots from our trip to Portugal on Sunday. But these were only pictures taken with my iPhone; today I will start sharing all the photos we took with the camera. We took pictures of a couple of outfits for you, to give you some inspirations for the upcoming warmer days. I actually had planned to wear even more summery looks but had bad luck with the weather, and it was super rainy and windy. It wasn’t warm enough to wear all the summery outfits I brought, but luckily I brought some pieces that worked a little bit better with the unexpected weather conditions 😉 I first was a little bit disappointed that we weren’t able to shoot all the looks I planned, but in the end I like what we did instead as well. I hope you will like all the pictures we took as well. Let’s start with the first outfit I was wearing on the second day we drove to Lisbon, on Friday:

Taking the tram in Lisbon

As I mentioned a couple of times before, there’s no better way to explore a city than by foot. But in Lisbon, there’s actually another great way: by taking the tram. The most famous tram ist the tram no. 28, because it drives through the historic district Alfama of Lisbon. You get to see a lot when you take a tram in Lisbon, and it’s fun at the same time. But be prepared, because it might get a little bit bumpy. And especially when you’re taking the tram 28 it might get crowded because a lot of people want to drive that route.

The day we took these pictures, we didn’t take the tram no. 28. We were walking through the streets as long as it wasn’t raining and passed this stop by accident. Since it is the final stop and a tram is stopping there every five minutes, we took advantage of this and took some pictures. I also filmed the name of the street, so if you want to know where exactly that spot is, make sure to watch my vlogs on Youtube as soon as they’re online 😉 But I actually don’t know when I will have the time to edit the video, this week I will focus on the pictures and prepare all the blogposts. I hope I will have enough time for the videos next week.

White Shirt, Black Blazer and Denim

That day I was wearing a casual yet chic outfit. As I mentioned before, I didn’t bring that many clothes for the – unexpected – cold weather, so I had to layer. I combined a pair of jeans with white sneakers, a white shirt and a black blazer. It’s a super simple outfit, comfortable yet chic and perfect for a day of exploring a new city. What do you think about it?

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Vila Shirt
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Tram No. 28
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Outfit sponsored by VILA.