Good morning! Happy Friday!
This is one of the first outfits I wore when we got to our next destination-Ravello. Ravello is this quiet and quaint, really authentic Italian town that sits way high up on the cliffoverlooking the Amalfi Coast. We had booked a car service to pick us up at a set time in Positano and to drive us up to Ravello. The car ride was a little under an hour and we passed Atrani, a tiny town on the Amalfi Coast. If I would ever make it back to the Amalfi Coast again, I would most certainly add Atrani to the list to explore. You can explore it in a single day, it’s incredibly small, maybe 500 people at most reside there. Most of the people who live in Atrani work in Positano, Sorrento or in Amalfi. It’s not a big touristy town and there isn’t a ton to see or do. I just love walking around looking at the architecture imagining what life would be like to live in such a beautiful and different place! Look at Google’s image here so you can understand what I am talking about!
One of the coolest things about Ravello is that you can only drive a car so far into the town. You then don’t have any other options but to park the car and walk. I just think that is so neat! These photos were taken in the center square, where there are a lot of shops and restaurants. Behind me was this cute little art gallery, you can see they have a painting on the exterior wall behind me! It was super cool and adorable!
This dress was perfect for our afternoon of exploring. I am not one to wear something super tight or short in general as I always want to be comfortable! This dress was perfect for this as it just hung off of my shoulders and was a light linen fabric! I love that this dress is red, I think red is a color I need to wear more! I have searched for more pretty red dresses, you can shop them in the below widget!
I hope you enjoy your weekend!
It’s going to be super nice here in Winston. I think taking the pups (I’m watching my best friend’s dog for the weekend) to the brewery is in order!
xx, Brittany Ann
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