Thursday, June 16, 2011

Firenze!

Total tourist = me (: 


the Duomo!

if you rub the pigs snout, it ensures you come back to Florence.  I did as a kid ... so I guess it is true!

Emily from Simply Southern recognized me in the market.  it was so sweet meeting her (: 

the kiki twins


just another view of my tuscan treasure shoes. 

buongiorno! 
xoxoxST


Oh, and don't forget to head on over to Megan's sweet blog  Mackey Madness
where I'm telling y'all three things that define me.  

43 comments:

  1. ahhh I want to go to Italy soooo bad! I have actually never been to Firenze, such a shame! how cool that you met Emily by chance! the world is so small :)

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  2. those tuscan treasure shoes are the best.

    i didn't rub the snout when i was in firenze....i guess that's why i've never been back. valuable life lessons here on your blog.

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  3. you are so close to siena! come and we could all have lunch! :)

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  4. Looks like an amazing trip! This city is so beautiful and your photos talk about it well.

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  5. I hope I look as stylish as you when I am a tourist!

    PS-those shoes!?! Don't you know how much I love turquoise? I could tell you my size! ;-)

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  6. Bonjour ! I discovered your blog via Mackey's Madness and I'm so happy Megan featured you ! I love your blog !! And I love that you live in Europe :) (I live in Paris).

    I can't wait to read more !

    Bisous :)

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  7. resiting making a comment about how I look, love the picture and all your pictures from florence. For the millionth time it was amazing to meet you!
    xoxo emily

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  8. Those buildings are beautiful! I love that picture of the two of you in black and white...gorgeous!

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  9. i have a girl crush on you.

    its really that simple

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  10. I saw those shoes in another post of yours and I am so in love. Mint/turquoise is my favorite color of all time, and I die for those shoes!

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  11. gorgeous! i love that emily from s.s. recognized you. what a small world! hot hot hot to trot shoes!

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  12. That close-up of you and Jeebs? Helloooo Christmas card.

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  13. Beautiful pictures! I studied in Florence in college and fell in love the second I stepped on those cobblestone streets. I lived a few blocks from the Duomo, so your pictures brought back lots of memories! Looks like a fantastic trip!

    Daina
    http://daina-newyorkstateofmind.blogspot.com/

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  14. Gorgeous pictures! And those shoes are amazing!

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  15. Ahh I totally have those leopard print peep toe wedges :) And it looks so beautiful there; I want to pack up and go there immediately!

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  16. gaaaaaah I love Florence. I rubbed many a snout, so I better be back one day!
    And seriously, the Tuscan shoes ROCK.

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  17. Florence is amazing! This post is making me wanna save for a trip back there. LOVE LOVE LOVE your shoes girl!

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  18. my sister just spent a semester there and loved every second... your pictures are gorgeous! i want to go so bad!

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  19. I knew it! I knew you were in Florence the minute I saw the first two pictures. I traveled there 2 years ago, and will never forget that place! So beautiful.

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  20. Coming over form Megan's blog. I love Italy! Such a gorgeous place with so much culture! Love all your pics. And may I add you guys make one gorgeous looking couple?

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  21. wow....beautiful pictures.....amazing place.....must be fun


    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Rosabellebyvasu

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  22. i lived in florence for 4 months to "study" there. and by
    "study" i mean drink and much wine and eat as much pasta and pizza and bread as possible. i love it there.

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  23. 1. you are so glam
    2. that building is marvelous.
    3. the color of those shoes is awesome

    you're getting lots of positive adjectives today. you deserve it.

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  24. ok these pictures are SO CUTE!!! i love firenze, we got to go a month or so ago (had the worst pizza there but that is another story :)))

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  25. Beautiful! I love the old architecture of the buildings! Your hat is completely fabulous, as are your shoes!
    <3 leigh

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  26. How funny someone came up to you in the market. That's so cool! I love the aqua shoes BTW

    - Sarah

    http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com

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  27. what a small world, I follow emily's blog, too!

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  28. Oh my goodness, could you be any cuter?! I doubt it!! Those shoes are amazing, and all your outfits!

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  29. Thanks for guest posting for me today, Sarah!

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  30. those last two black & white photos of you and your man are stunning!

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  31. I studied abroad in Firenze one summer in college and all your pictures just brought me back! Love them!

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  32. Your images are breathtaking!! Found your blog through Megan's (loved that post too, btw!). :)

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  33. You are on classy tourist! Love your big floppy hat.

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  34. This is one of my favorite spots in the world. Your photos are so stunning and makes me miss it oh so much!

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  35. The husb and I got engaged in Firenze at the Boboli Gardens, and then we returned on our honeymoon as well.

    When I say I left a piece of my heart there, I totally mean it.

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  36. gorgeous pictures! i love those blue shoes :)

    and how awesome to stumble into another blogger! awesome :)

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  37. omg i love your shoes! you're so fabulous :)

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  38. Beautiful and you look just lovely in that big floppy hat...it suits you perfectly! Love the turquoise shoes too!

    Liesl :)

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  39. Beautiful and you look just lovely in that big floppy hat...it suits you perfectly! Love the turquoise shoes too!

    Liesl :)

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