30 thoughts on “{Bruges, Belgium: Part II}”

  1. you and your sister are both so fashionable!!! I love your blog and have enjoyed follinwg along on your travels!xx

    Danielle
    Lovelifeandlouboutins.blogspot.com

  2. I LOVE those coffee tins, really I want a little collection to use in our kitchen. It was so great meeting Ana, hope she comes to visit you again soon! xx

  3. It looks like such a charming little city. My husband and I will be going to Brussels at the end of August for 5 days – excited for chocolate, waffles & beer!

  4. ditto to what megan said, but also- you two are identical. i had to scroll back up to double check who i needed to direct this statement to: LIZ, GIMME THOSE SHOES!

  5. Love reading your blog and seeing your travels (and cute outfits!) but am curious as to whether you have a workout routine while living abroad?

  6. I love your outfit in the second picture! Would you mind sharing where you got the leather jacket and those brown boots! Seriously – I'm in love. (The scarf looks great with the outfit too). It probably won't help to know where you got them from since its 100+ degrees on the east coast right now, but I'd love to know anyway! 🙂

  7. Ohhh Bruge looks lovely! We almost went there while we were in Holland but decided against it at the last minute. I kind of wish we hadn't.

  8. I'm insanely jealous of all of your trips {And your outfits!!}. I would love to be able to move abroad. Love following along in your travels!

    Brittany
    Belle époque
    fashionista-brit.blogspot.com

  9. i loved bruges when i went there–i hope you made it to this cafe that did the most amazing lemon meringue tart thing–i still dream about it now 🙂

  10. i mean seriously quite your day job… between being a photographer and a model you'd make a killing!!!
    love alll of these!!
    and can we go here when i visit again??!!!

  11. this is fabulous — you and your sister are absolutely gorgeous!! and these pictures are amazing — makes me want to plan my next trip here!

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