While I was in Cinque Terre, I stayed in the cute and quaint little town of Riomaggiore. It was so colorful and beautiful here, it felt unreal. We were walking distances from the beautiful seaside, a market with lots of fresh fruits and veggies, and a bar that serves espresso in the morning then beer at night. I had the best Americano I’ve ever had at Bar O’Netto – the nice man making it totally got my drift.
I kept my outfit neutral to allow the diverse colors and backgrounds of this town to speak out so vibrantly as they do. My skirt is a hand-me-down from my momma, and the jean jacket is a thrifted piece. It’s been so easy to pair them with many different items from my closet. You don’t have to break the bank to keep a few key essential clothing items in your closet; “investment pieces” are a myth unless of course you are talking about this jean jacket I purchased for $1 at the Goodwill & this skirt I received at zero cost.
Photos taken by Jenny Lin
*All vegan. All cruelty-free.