October 2, 2016

Postcards from Positano Italy

Sydne Style wears blue blessed are meek pants in Positano ItalyI’m currently on a 10-day Mediterranean cruise with Royal Caribbean. I haven’t been to Europe in ages so I jumped at the opportunity to spend over a week at sea visiting different cities. After flying into Rome, we boarded the Jewel of the Seas and sailed off to Naples. Our first excursion was Positano, Italy. While driving on the Amalfi Coast, I instantly fell in love with the vibrant blue water and picturesque buildings that are even more beautiful than they are on Instagram.

When deciding what to wear, I thought of the sea and went with baby blue wide leg pants (get ready for a whole lot of blue this trip!). The slits on the side kept me breezy as we walked the town. What I love about a wide leg pant is you can make them casual for day, like I did here with a crop top. Then for night you can throw on a fancier blouse for dinner on the ship, which I did when we later embarked that evening. I could easily have spent a week in Positano, and definitely hope to come back soon.

Watch live updates of my European adventures over on Instagram and Insta Stories! I’m @sydnesummer.

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Top: Guess (similar)
Pants: Blesse’d Are The Meek
Sunnies: Foster Grant
Necklaces: Jennifer Meyer & Covet
Shoes: Sole Society (on sale!)
Nails: OPI “Tiramasu for Two”


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  1. Olivia commented:

    Thank you for the post and photos, great examples. In fact, there are a lot of great places to visit in Italy, and great nature, beaches and, of course, architecture. I’m just planning my trip right now, using tips from to do better research before booking

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