Just a few weeks ago, my boyfriend and I went to Brussels for a quick daytrip and to spend some quality T.I.M.E. together. I don't know Brussels very well, and my dude doesn't go there very often either, so it almost felt like we were on holiday even though we were only an hour away from home. Ever since my American relatives visited us back in April, I've been trying to look at Belgium with fresh eyes: what makes Belgium beautiful for people who come here as tourists? And while that question seems hard to answer when I'm walking around one of our smaller provincial towns, Brussels wowed me without even trying. Brussels feels like a capital (which it is), and in some parts, just about every bend in the road brings you gorgeous views of old buildings mixed with modern architecture, strewn across the sloping, slanting roads. Brussels intimidates me because it's so big, but it's also absolutely gorgeous.
We shot some quick outfit pictures, and then I got snap-happy on our track through Bruxelles. Some of these photographs were taken when we were driving or with my smartphone, so they're not exactly gorgeous, composition-wise, but I figured it would be nice to add a touch of Brussels to my post anyway. Enjoy, and happy weekend!
trench coat: Pimkie - blouse: H&M - skinnies: Noisy May via Vero Moda - cross body bag: Mango - sunglasses: c/o Polette - sandals: Birkenstock Salinas