Spring in Vienna

Spring In Vienna – What I Wore

I wasn’t expecting to fall in love with Vienna quite as much as I did. The city itself is fairly small, but absolutely spectacular. It felt as though every building was a palace, and with such regal architecture, I couldn’t resist snapping hundreds of #ootd photos! If you’re following me over on Instagram then you’re probably bored beyond believe of this cute little #ootd because I simply can’t stop sharing photos of it! But yet I couldn’t resist sharing it on the blog too, as well as all of the details.

I wanted something warm and yet chic – to explore the city in comfort, but also be ready to snap an outfit shot whenever the opportunity should arise! I truly find heels more comfortable than flats (please let me know if you’re the same – surely I can’t be alone?!) and my mules from Reiss (although a few seasons old) are my absolute favourites for days when I know I’ll be on my feet a lot, but also want a flattering height boost. We packed hand luggage only, so layering was really important when it came to selecting which items I took with me, especially as we couldn’t be sure how chilly or warm it would be. Despite the sunshine, it rarely went over 5 degrees while we were in the Austrian capital, so my and were very much necessities.

I took my favourite new pair of and my trusty oversized jumper, having paired the two together at home before packing in my case – and you guessed it – a thermal top underneath was an essential. I accessorised with my favourite . Yep, you read that right, £28 – as well as some gorgeous new pieces from the PANDORA Shine jewellery collection. My sunglasses are my latest fabulous find from Amazon – who knew you could order Fendi Sunglasses on Prime?!


Trousers by

Jumper by Topshop

Mules by Reiss

Coat by

Bag by

Sunglasses by Fendi via Amazon Fashion

Jewellery by PANDORA