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      Wearing:// Sweater: Zara, Cardigan: Aritzia, Skirt: Zara (Zara Mini-Skirt + Zara Pencil Skirt, The Row), Jackets: Burberry Britt, Boots: Minelli, Headband: Random boutique in Strasbourg (Urban Outfitters)

       After spending a few days in bitter, frost-bite cold Munich, it's hard to imagine that I was able to wear a skirt when we were in Strasbourg just a week ago today. As I described in my previous post, Strasbourg had a quaint atmosphere to it, with the town easily walkable and the family owned businesses frequent. With just about any place I go to, I somehow end up "conforming" my style to my surroundings. On our first full day in Strasbourg, I whipped out a new Zara faux-leather skirt that I picked up last week in Paris. I'd say this is about my fifth black leather skirt, solely because of length issues, however this one is the perfect happy medium between modest and pushing it. Not really sure of the weather situation, I layered some comfy-cozy sweaters, which also helped to throw off my whole all black outfit pattern. Despite Strasbourg not being nearly as cold as Munich, I started to feel a bit of the chill and was at a bit of a loss with my beanie in our hotel room and my gloves rather thin. When walking around and doing our "consumerism" tour, as my friend Heather called it, I found this fluffy white knit headband. When it comes to practicality, it's not the best thing for keeping warm considering it doesn't cover the top of your head, but style wise, it covers all of those #wintergoals to look cute despite feeling like an icicle. 

As you would know if you followed my Instagram (@lostbutntfound), I've safely returned back to Rennes after a flight from Berlin to Paris, and a train from Paris to Rennes. Today was spent unpacking, tackling emails, and editing the last batch of Berlin photos. I'll be posting photos from both Munich + Berlin with small recaps, but lets just say Berlin was nothing short of incredible. It beats Paris any day; actually, that might be pushing it a bit, but they're both very different cities. 

Hoping you guys are doing well and surviving whatever weather conditions you're dealing with! As far as I know, the East Coast has snow upon snow with chilling temperatures and Queensland has a very scary cyclone going on. Wishing you guys safety wherever you are!  xo Isabelle 

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