Eco Travel, Fair Fashion

What I wore for Prague

Prague is high on the list of must see cities that Europe has to offer. Especially during this time of the year, you can experience this city even more romantic and idyllic than ever before. For a successful trip during wintertime you simply have to be prepared for the cold outside. In this blog post I will share three of my favourite winter jackets/outfits with you. Since I simply have to have at least one black winter coat in my winter wardrobe, I am happy that I found a really cute and oversized one at Monki just a couple of weeks ago, I have been wearing it ever since. It is very long so you know that you will have most of your body protected from the cold whilst wearing this.

Next up is the one that I recently found at Zara. This style is quite similar to styles you now also see with many other brands but I fell in love with the colour and the beautiful gold details. The the soft and cozy material is keeping me warm and that is just one of the many other plus sides.

I’m into camel colours more than ever during the winter. My last coat is from Zara and is camel coloured as well. It has been one of my greatest essentials all throughout the wintertime.

Whenever I need to keep my head warm I immediately go to my absolute favourite hat in the whole wide world. Finding the right hat for my small head has been very hard but luckily the ones from Rag&Bone come in all kind of shapes and plenty of different sizes.

Top 5 Sights:
Charles Bridge
Prague Castle
Astronomical Clock
Old Town Square

My top 5 places to eat:
Home Kitchen (best breakfast place, opens early)
Mistral Cafe (great for brunch, lunch)
Tricafe (coffee and cakes)
Mljenice (really afordable, great for dinner)
Golden Tiger (great beer, typical czech, try the dragon toast)