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CRANN's For Spring

Catie Beth
Posted by Catie Beth on Apr 18, 2023 10:30:00 AM

This one goes out to all of my fellow travel lovers! In today's blog post, I'm rounding up some of the outfits I wore on a recent trip to Lisbon and where I wore them. My partner and I spent five days soaking up the sun, exploring the city, and enjoying the stunning views. We both absolutely loved Lisbon and recommend you add it to your list if it's not on there already! I packed one of my favourite pair of CRANNs along for the journey.

Outfit One

Where I wore it: Time Out Food Market & Exploring

Blazers are my go-to for spring trips! Pair it with an LBD for a nighttime look or a top with jeans for a travel day.

Outfit Two

Where I wore it: Brunch, Castle of São Jorge, Rooftop pool

Exploring the gorgeous city in a silk maxi dress is a comfy girl's dream. They are comfortable and look great with sneakers. Although seeing castles is nothing we aren't used to living in Ireland, the gardens and views were breathtaking. After exploring for the day, we headed to the rooftop pool for a little happy hour before heading out for dinner. It's easy to find rooftops in Lisbon, which is the way to my heart!

Outfit Three

Where I wore it: Palace of Monserrate, Palácio Nacional de Pena

Probably my favourite day of the trip! The palace exceeded our expectations and was absolutely stunning. It’s in some ways a hidden gem as most people seem to only go to the Palácio. I wore a two-piece set, white sneakers, a floppy hat, and my CRANNs.

Outfit Four

Where I wore it: Exploring, Sailboat, Rooftop bar

I love a good outfit repeat! I wore this dress to a wedding last year and thought it would be the perfect birthday outfit. A little more dressy than usual, but like the silk maxi dress, it still works with sneakers!

Outfit Five

Where I wore it: Moseiro dos Jerónimos & Exploring

I had to bring my bright pink maxi dress to this colourful city! Depending on your city's walkability, you could pack a pair of heels to change it from day to night. Lisbon was not the place to do that, so I kept my sneakers on for our authentic paella dinner.

Until next time!

Xo, Catie Beth


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