Hi everyone, welcome to my new post. I hope you are well and you are ready for new challenges! Spend this Sunday in the best possible way, surprise yourself and your loved ones with a nice time in the nature because the autumn vibe is in the air and this nice, warm and sunny weather will not take much longer. Today I decided to share with you the last summer fashion outfit post for this season.



Italy is a country that leaves no one indifferent. It is a country full of contrast, when you travel from the south to the north of the country you have the feeling that several different countries and cultures you have passed. The Italian way of life, that concept of “La Dolce Vita” is true only if you live in Italy. I almost read somewhere some research in the newspapers the average time that people in the world and in Europe spend annually on work.

Of course, the first place is taken by Japan over 1300 hours, on the second place, if I’m not mistaken it was Norway, then Germany and somewhere on the list was Italy with 500-600 average hours spent at work. It was a very interesting statistic, even more interesting was the comment by the Italian woman who was sitting next to me at that moment because I had a small break so I decided to get to know my colleagues and people from the marketing world a little bit.

She invited a few more people, most Italians just to read the statistics. One comment made me smile so cute that I felt the need to share with you today. Matteo, a guy who is a little older than me, was born near Florence, said: “I do not know just did they also counted our two-hour daily breaks for espresso in these 500-600 hours!” It was a joke that made us smile at all to tears, but we agreed that perhaps the Italians are not the biggest “working bees”, but that they all get finished on time at least with their “Dolce per niente” famous quote which means the sweetness of doing nothing.



At that moment, my photographer, who had “broken” the party with the words that it was time for work! I was on my way to becoming a true Italian! I didn’t make it this time, but I have to admit that time has just flied by and we had a longer break than it was famous Italian two espresso hours, but when you do creative things and the job that is related to photography every minute is precious because the sun does not wait for anyone. What you did, you just did!



Soon we have finished our work and with relief we could spend the rest of the time on Como. For all those who are not referred to the Como is at the same time the name of the city and the lake that Italy unselfishly shares with Switzerland. Lake Como is one of the deepest lakes in Europe and the third largest lake in Italy. Como is one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe surrounded by the magnificent Alps and it is a popular monumental resort of aristocracy and rich people from the time of the Roman Empire, and today the “playground” of stars such as Madonna, George Clooney, Donatella Versace and many others…



I have taken advantage of the beautiful weather and this incredible photogenicity of Lake Como to make these interesting photos. If you ever wish to visit this lake, keep in mind that you should spend at least one full day here just because of cruising. I’m sure this will be a great experience for you and that each of you will have your special moments to remember.

I captured my most beautiful moments and I can proudly say that this year was one of the most beautiful in my life. An incomparable year filled with smile and positive energy, just like my burgundy outfit. 🙂



When I got these trousers, my first thought was I could not take it because I do not have enough boldness, but when I found this t-shirt at the final sale in Zara, I immediately knew that it would simply be that winning combination with these unusual red trousers. You already had the chance to see these sneakers in a couple of previous posts and I have to admit that they were my favorite fashion piece of this summer season. White sneakers are always modern, maybe I’ll “transfer” them to the new fashion Fall season!


T-Shirt: Zara

Trousers: Burberry

Sneakers: Burberry

Camera: Sony Alpha Mark II



My dear fashionistas once again we have come to the end of this special fashion post from Italy. Time just flies so fast when you are having a good time! Don’t worry in a couple of days I will publish a new post where we will continue together to enjoy the charms of traveling and we will continue our adventure in Italy.

I just can’t wait to see what my friends from McArthurGlen Noventa Di Piave Designer Outlet have prepared for me. Now, I’m just trying to write this post and you can’t imagine that I need to be on the airport for 3 hours and I didn’t pack myself at all! I need to go now, but you can follow my special shopping adventure in Noventa Di Piave on my Instagram account.

How do you like this post? Do you like my burgundy summer outfit? I would like to hear your opinion! If you have a question, comment, suggestion or message for me, you can write me down in the comments. Of course, as always you can contact me via mail or social media, which you can find on the CONTACT page.

As I promised we’ll see again in a couple of days, so if something new and interesting happens to me, I promise, I will write to you!





This post is sponsored by Burberry Limited, Visit Como – Como Tourist Board and ENIT.
For all these beautiful photos I used Sony Alpha 7r Mark II camera
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Nice outfit man! I like it and I would like to tell me where I can find those sneakers? Thank you in advance


Hey Marko! How are you? I need to tell you that you look absolutely amazing. Your photos are incredible, they always show some special positive energy. Just keep up and have a safe journey to Italy.



I love the title of this post, reminds me on some good things! I was on Como lake 6 years ago and I also was with my husband on cruising. We want to repeat that can you please tell me because we are going for few days in Switzerland is it easier to visit Como lake from Switzerland or we must come again to Milan and to take the train to Como? Thank you