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European Vacation

Off late, I have been to Europe.. for the first time.. for my summer vacation. Never ever even dreamt that I would go to an international destination for vacations. 2012 turned to be good. I visited London, now Europe and I know I have many more countries waiting for me. *UK (London) and Europe are not same. They are totally different and need different visas too.*

After having all the drama of applying for visa, only later we realised that I got it for short time. Never mind I wanted to take only a short break from work but had to spend time visiting consulate, submitting documents and get it done. The visas are made so strict now that they are issuing only for the duration of the trip which means if you want to re-visit, you will have to re-apply the visa. I know, it isn't fair! I wanted to take multiple breaks to Europe this year :(

Now coming to the actual trip, I visited Norway and Latvia. These are small, nice and pleasant countries. Both the places that I visited in these 2countries are small yet beautiful. It was kind-of spring there, as said by Europeans. But as per me, it's the winter.  I have to wear ALOT if I have to survive in the real winter. I took a week break and it was all good. And good to be back too.

Now that I am back and all hectic with work life and personal life, more to come on the details of the trip. Till then, happy weekend!



  



Top: NYC
Skirt: Forever 21
Leggings: India?
Boots: Charlotte Russe
Earrings & Neckpiece: Friend's

P.S: I am obsessed with my hair, most of the times and so different hair styles in same post.

Comments

  1. love ur skirt n boots!!!
    thnks for ur comment!
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  2. glad you had a chance to visit Europe. I love visiting Spain, France, Portugal and Greece.

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  3. Hope you had an absolute fun Trip!
    Love your skirt and they way you have paired it:)

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  4. Lil Sis, you always rock...am glad you are enjoying your life and trips :-) luv u lots baby!

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  5. Nice to see you back again from your European vacation to Norway and Latvia:) I have seen Oslo but never been to Latvia:( Look forward to another visual treat from you about your trip! BTW you have a lovely collection of dresses!

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  6. Glad u had a good time...and I think u look better with ur hair open. :)

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  7. Absolutely adore your skirt...You look like a honey bee ^_^

    Love,
    Apurva
    http://kalapalette.blogspot.in

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  8. Very nice outfit..Thanks for visiting my blog. you have a really nice blog :)
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  9. I love the boots and the outfit :D Suits you to the T! And Boy, Europe is awesome for summers...London had been raining bad....I hope the weather was better when you were around.

    I despise the fact that Indians have to fight so hard for Visa while Americans and Europeans don't have to bother much :|

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  10. Hope you had great time! Lovely outfit! Thank you for commenting and visiting my blog! Like your blog too! How about following each other on bloglovin and gfc? Let me know once you do, that way I’ll follow you back! Waiting for you!

    Have a nice day, xoxo

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  11. Love the stripes! Hope u had fun in Europe!
    -Jyoti
    Style-Delights Blog

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