I am wearing American Vintage top. skirt made by my mum, Polaroid sunglasses, Chanel handbag and Gabor sandals.
Photos by Alexander Ramp
If you visit Prague, I recommend stopping by the Wallenstein Palace Gardens in the Lesser Quarter. They used to be part of a private residence of count Wallenstein. I used to come here with my parents to see peacocks that walk freely among visitors and feed Japanese carps, called Koi, in the water fountain. Bronze statues (copies of originals by Adrian de Vries) line the formal garden which is famous for its monumental logia, a great rock structure with pinacles and grottos, and a huge aviary with birds.
The skirt, that I am wearing, was made by my mom. It took her just few hours to make. I really admire her designing skills and her patience which, unfortunately, I did not inherit at all. 🙂 If you wonder about the print, it is African wax print. One of my friends brought the cloth from Africa. I was debating for some time what to made of it. Originally, I wanted to turn it into pants but it would not showcase the print so well as a simple, long skirt. It was so hot when we were walking through the gardens that I really appreciated having a long skirt that kept my legs in shade.