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Sometimes keeping up with the latest trends means you loose a bit of your personal style or end up wearing things that don’t suit your body shape. In this video, I’m going to show you how Italian women use the latest trends to create their own personal style.



I noticed that Italian women focus on looking stylish rather than being overly trendy. Don’t get me wrong, they are aware of the latest trends, they are just not slaves to them. Above all, Italian women wear what suits them.



How to achieve this look:



Choose the trends that suit you. These days, there are so many trends to choose from. Select the ones that best suit your body shape, personal style and that you LOVE to wear. You can even just take elements of a trend.



Sports luxe trend: You may love the Sports Luxe look. But if this look isn’t going to work for your body shape or lifestyle, you can wear a funky pair of sneakers with your favourite jeans and a moto leather jacket.



I love the modern punk look, but this look is a bit much for me, so I bring elements of punk into my everyday wardrobe. I found these punk boots in Siena, Italy and today I’m wearing them with this coat and black leggings to give it a feminine look.





To see how to dress with Italian style part 1 click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QC3lxA-hUKg



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Having visited Italy recently, I was so inspired by the Italian sense of style. In this video series, I’m going to share with you what I learnt. In the next few videos I’m going to give you my top 5 tips to dressing with Italian style.



1. The Italians are stylishly understated. It’s not high maintenance with the hair, makeup, nails, clothing and accessories and more of everything. The look is well put together, but simple in a way.



How to achieve this look?

Choose one main focus and work around that. When creating an outfit, choose one main statement piece and then keep everything simple.



In this outfit, the red leather jacket is the statement piece. The pants, top and shoes complement the look without stealing the show.



If you are wearing bold clothing, keep your makeup and hair fairly natural, unless you are going out in the evening. If you love accessories, choose one main piece that will complement your outfit.





To see some of the places in Italy that inspired me, click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRwuZE3oAhU



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In this video, I take you on a tour of the San Lorenzo market in Florence, Italy.



If you like to bargain, then this market is an absolute must for you. There are a lot of different stalls, selling the same kind of thing. Take a look around first before buying anything. Get a feel for the prices so you don't get duped.



To get a bargain, you need to be prepared to haggle. Ask for 'special price' and 'best price'.



If you are looking for something specific, then you may need to ask around. I was looking for a pair of leather pants. I asked one guy, who asked another and another, but eventually I found what I was looking for.



Come around a time when you are going to be a little hungry or even starving. There is an amazing food market here. It is two or three levels with all that your heart can desire food wise. Everything from vegan food to meat dishes. If you want something to take back with you to your hotel room or apartment, the supermarket here is the best of Florence.



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In this video, I show you where to go for vintage shopping or just something a little different, in Florence Italy.



You need to cross the canal to find some real gems. Vintage shopping in Italy means, you can pick up high end designer brands at massively discounted prices... because they are old.



In this district, I also found some accessory stores that stock jewellery and beautiful bags that are different from the many handbags you will see around Florence.



Why don't you come with me so I can show you what I found. Once you cross the bridge, find the street Via di Serragli. Here there are a few vintage stores right next to one another. They were a little difficult to find, but it's worth the effort. Be aware, that most of the stores in this district are not open on a Monday.



If you want something a little different, but not necessarily vintage, Vincent Croce is a good store to check out.



A little further down, in Piazza San Felice is a little store called Celeste Vintage. This is where I found this Gucci leather jacket for €270. Perfect if you love vintage and designer brands.



To see where to shop in Florence part 1 click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dDEIxrjV7Y



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Florence is a magical city with shopping for everyone at every budget. There are not only high end designer stores, but also high street stores, vintage shopping, market shopping and everything in between.



You can also find stores that sell items from Italian designers.



Make sure that when you come to Florence make sure you pack comfortable, stylish shoes because you are going to want to walk around. That's how you are going to find the gems. Don't be afraid to go off the beaten track and main roads in the city. It is safe enough and it's worth your time and effort.



Take a few Euros in cash with you too. Many of the smaller stores don't accept credit cards. Especially the restaurants and cafe's. Make sure you don't come on a Monday as the smaller stores are closed. They open Tuesday - sometimes Sundays from 10h00 - 10h30am onwards.



I'm going to show you some of my favourite place in the next few videos so you can get a feel for the city and where are the best places to shop.



To see where to shop in Siena click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1yTNNv8Q1A



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