should you happen to find yourself in Geneva, Switzerland you may like to tiptoe across the terrazzo floors of paradiso café. French influence is widespread in this city and i can clearly see it in this charming café. try and plan to arrive on the third thursday of the month when jukebox paradiso takes over the evening with a lively mix of music and cocktails to accompany your homemade and locally-sourced supper. this spot has an air of spot-on sophistication but still manages to exude the charming ambiance of your favorite neighborhood hangout. blame it on those fabulous light fixtures, sleek lines, and those aforementioned and still on-trend terrazzo floors. we’d love to belly up to this chic bar in a sweet halter top paired with a faded neck scarf and layered gold necklaces, flaired leg faded jeans, and some killer but comfy slip-on sandals. we’re thinking of hitting the local farmers market after brunch so pack your cutest tote bag and big black sunnies, and keep coyly incognito in a wide-brimmed straw hat. should you be traveling solo, we suggest reading Hotel du Lac by anita brookner tells the story of Edith Hope, who writes romance novels under a pseudonym. When her life begins to resemble the plots of her own novels, Edith flees to Switzerland, where the quiet luxury of the Hotel du Lac promises to restore her to her senses but instead attracts the attention of a worldly man determined to release her unused capacity for mischief and pleasure. i loved it!
wear this there:cos white HALTER NECK SLEEVELESS TOP; janessa leone melanie straw hat; madewell skinny flare jeans; cos LEATHER SQUARE-TOE SANDALS; mango Gingham-check fabric shopper bag; J. Hannah Blue Nudes Nail Polish; cuyana Small Classic Zip Around Wallet; read this there Hotel du Lac by anita brookner; madewell chunky oversized hoop earrings; Le Specs Glo Getter Sunglasses; gap 100% Organic Cotton Print Bandana; Brinker & Eliza Sunshine & Lemonade Necklace.