Alfama Lisbon Portugal

One of my favorite things to do while traveling is to pick a neighborhood and just wander — in this case, we walked over to Alfama, which is the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon, Portugal, and strolled around all afternoon. We took it slow and admired all the charming old architecture. Portugal is famous for azulejos, intricately painted tiles, and there was no shortage of them in Alfama.

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Urban Outfitters button-down midi dress, Ancient Greek Sandals “Niove” sandals, Hermès scarf,
Oliver Peoples x The Row “Parquet” sunglasses, Moorea Seal tortoise earringsChloe “Pixie” bag

I love the button detail of this white midi dress, and I matched the brown and cognac tones of the buttons to my accessories, like these tortoise sunglasses and brown sandals. I get asked a lot if Ancient Greek Sandals are comfortable, and I think it’s because they look so minimalist. I own a couple pairs, and while they don’t have arch support, they’re both super comfy even though I walked in them for hours and hours.

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7 Comments

  1. August 30, 2018 / 11:18 am

    Just found your blog and love your style – had to follow you on Bloglovin’! There photos are really pretty and I have been to Alfama before so it is great to be reminded of how lovely it is 🙂
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  2. September 2, 2018 / 11:50 am

    Ahh this gives me serious wanderlust!! I use to go to Lisbon as a child all the time, however I was too young to appreciate it and properly take everything in, so I really want to go back now that I am older!! Love your photos!! xx

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  3. September 2, 2018 / 7:23 pm

    That neighborhood looks so cute and rich in history! I love all the photos you took and your outfit!

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