CÔTE D’AZUR (AND WHAT TO PACK)

So much love for my girlfriends and our adventures! Spending some quality time away from home and our daily chores is something we treat ourselves to once a year. This years destination: Côte d’Azur. Now imagine seven girls on a mission to embark on an epic trip with carry-on luggage! Breakfast in Antibes? We’ll be there! Shopping in Nizza? Sign us up! Sunset cocktails in Cannes? Count us in! Choosing an appropriate outfit every time a little less of a no-brainer, especially because we left our apartment for breakfast and came back home late at night. So I basically lived in this Freepeople maxi dress, a pair of comfy Converse, my favourite Anecdote cardigan and an oversized parka for the evening chill. I combined the dress with my Chloé booties and a biker jacket for the night out. Always on my shoulder: a vintage festival bag to carry all of my essentials, which included sun screen, a pair of evening out shoes and my Olympus Pen camera, which we mainly used to take group selfies (by using the phone as remote control via wifi connection its genius!).

Now shop my hand luggage below and get on a plane with your girl squad pronto!

xx Kristin


MAXIDRESS- FREEPEOPLE
SNEAKER CONVERSE
NECKLACE SCHMUCKLADEN.DE
SUNGLASSES PRADA
SHOP MY CÔTE D’AZUR ESSENTIALS:

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