Hi friends! After about 12 days of traveling, I am back in Spain. I have so much to share with you all that this month will just be full of tales of my travels to Scotland, Andorra, France and Spain (Barcelona). So I thought I’d start off with my day in Loch Lomond.
What is Loch Lomond?
Well I’m so glad you asked! Loch Lomond is this beautiful body of water just outside of Glasgow, Scotland. If you’re spending a few days in Glasgow like I was, it’s an easy drive or train ride to spend a day in Loch Lomond. In America, we really don’t have lochs or we at least just don’t call bodies of water lochs. So the word seems very Scottish to me (especially since they have to whole Lochness Monster deal).
According to Wikipedia, it’s the largest freshwater body in all of Great Britain. It’s often considered the boundary between the lowlands and the highlands of Scotland. I am sad to say that I did not make it to the highlands on this trip to Scotland. I suppose that’s just an excuse to visit Scotland again … perhaps in the warm weather.
What I wore …
As you all know, I love dresses. In fact, I have my strategies for staying warm in the winter while wearing them (leggings over sweater tights, anyone?). So I of course was wearing a new favorite. I found this one in my home of Granada, Spain (woah, Granada is my home) at a lovely little shop called Promod. I initially tried it on because it looked nice and warm for the weather. And because of the cold, I didn’t ditch the coat for any of the photos. But I think you still get the idea …
It was super windy. So many of these photos are less than perfect with me trying to get my hair out of my face and such. But who needs perfect? I’m not a model and have never claimed to be. I think that’s the best thing about us bloggers … we “model” fashion as just normal people living our lives. Sometimes my hair is a mess and sometimes my makeup isn’t perfect … because that’s life!
Oh and the funnest thing … this dog thought he could take on these two swans. Hilarious. I recorded a snap on my story of him relentlessly barking at them … and them just chilling like “dog … you cray.”
Have you been to Loch Lomond?
I’m linking up here today.