When you think of Santorini, usually pictures of winter-white churches topped with blue domes pop up in your head. Not to forget about the deep blue ocean who contrasts itself against the many pastel cavities. And this, of course, makes the island so cherishable in terms of architecture and the certain vibe you get incorporating land and sea.
When we found this hidden little gem, in the very northern part of Oia, unarguably one of Santorini’s most beautiful villages, unveiling views of the mutely spinning windmills, I was glad to have found another reason to love this place and hopefully to come back soon.
Look-wise, I opted for a pair of old Zara Culottes and a fluttery Asos top, all adding this lovely rosé tone to the landscape. Also I wore my favorite Quay Australia shades (also seen in this posts: Venice Streetstyle and 7 Beach Essentials that will make you dream). To top this off, I certainly couldn’t go without my new sidekick, the brown Chloé Faye bag, who totally gives this french-bohemian-inspired outfit a seventies hue.
I was wearing:
Chloe Faye Bag
Quay Australia Shades