Today I introduce you a spot of my favorite park in Rome, Villa Ada, the second biggest green area in the city. This is the Temple of Flora, that once was the Italian royal family’s coffee room. It is a beautiful building, very small, with a round base and a balcony that opens to a small garden with a bronze fountain. It’s a hidden place that uses to be empty; from this point of the park it’s hard to hear he chaos of the city, because it’s surrounded by a lush forest, and only some history passionate Romans can be seen around from time to time.
In this special atmosphere, I show you a different look. A black & white made my way. I loved this shirt from Zara since I saw it (although I waited patiently for sales time to buy it), but it is difficult to match; it needs very basic basics. I chose these black plain shorts by American Apparel and high-heeled sandals (which, paradoxically, are very comfortable). In my hands, my very DIY rings and an envelope shaped black vintage purse.
As in every The CH Series look, you can see more pictures in Cultura Hipster.
Shirt: Zara // Shorts: American Apparel // Sandals: Zara // Rings: DIY // Purse: Vintage