July has almost come to an end! It was a great month for me, as it started with my return from Chios Island, and included a week in Chalkidiki with my bf, cousin, and friends.
Let’s see some of the highlights of the month.
July included some really casual and some really dressy outfits for me. I wore and managed to post 8 outfits this month, which is a good number for me.
To see the specific posts I wore these outfits in, click on the links below.
From left to right and horizontally:
July wasn’t a very good month as far as my Shoeper Shoe Challenge by Shoepewoman.com goes, though:
I only managed to officially save 3 pairs of shoes (although I’ve saved a few more but I didn’t make a post about them yet.
From left to right: Shoe Save #12: Aslanis heels from Spartoo, Shoe Save #14 no name plastic flat sandals and #13: Zara color block flat sandals (similar here). You’ll have to wait till August to see my latest shoe saves, but still, the number of the ones I have to save is quite big. I hope I manage to save them all. If you have no idea what I’m talking about just click here to read the rules, and maybe take the Shoeper Shoe Challenge yourself.
July was full of posts about my vacation to Chios. I mean, apart from a few posts at the start of the month when I wrote about this month’s wishlist, and my Shoes Collection, almost every single post was about Chios. I know many of my readers loved it, but I’m sorry if I tired anyone with these posts in the meanwhile.
Here’s a collage of my vacation to Chios.
In case you missed those posts, and you’re interested in reading them, here are the links to them:
- Pearl Bay Hotel – Chios
- Pre-wedding preparations and bachelorette
- Day 3 in Chios – Pirgi, Mesta, Emporios, Komi
- Family gathering | Outfit post
- What I wore to my cousin’s wedding
- Wedding details and reception
- Day 5 in Chios – The outfit
- Day 5 in Chios – Anavatos, Avgonima, Nea Moni
- Day 6 in Chios – Daskalopetra, Kardamila, Lagada
Here are some of the stuff that came home with us.
These were only the things we brought home for us. But we didn’t only bring stuff for us, but also for our friends and family. Local products for all….
Just before I end this post, I wanted to share with you one more photo.
Our airplane tickets from our return to Thessaloniki. Of course I had to hide my last name, but as you can see there was no need to hide my first name. Because, yes, they only wrote M on my ticket! It was so strange because they wrote my mother’s full name on hers, and mine was just M. I had to show you! hehe
I was thinking about posting a few photos from my vacation to Chalkidiki last week, but I decided to delay it, and write a post dedicated to it.
So what do you think about this month in pics?
Write me your comments below!