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After having had the chance to travel as much and visiting so many beautiful places all over the world, I have found myself in some of the most enchanting spots that nature and men have created: Sorrento, Capri and Positano.
Thus it began my #Yamacruise, a total Yamamay weekend along with some of my closest friends where laughter, sea and unforgettable flavours were my travelling companions:) Sorrento begins with the arrival at the Parco dei Principi, not a simple hotel but a piece of history and art, where every corner plays his part to create a unique incredible spectacle. Than after just a quick stop we went straight away to the village.. colours, folklore, alleys, passionate people, ceramics and so many lemons that i could not count them. I have discovered a new italian spirit that I am not intended to let go ever again.. I hope that with this photos I will be able to transmit you at least half of the emotions that I’ve felt 😉

Dopo aver avuto la fortuna di viaggiare così tanto, poter vedere praticamente mezzo mondo e mille meraviglie mi sono ritrovata a visitare alcuni tra i posti più incantevoli che la natura e l’uomo abbiano potuto mai creare, ed a due passi da casa mia: Sorrento, Capri e Positano. Inizia così la mia #Yamacruise, un favoloso weekend tutto Yamamay insieme ad alcuni dei miei più cari amici dove risate, mare e sapori indimenticabili sono stati i miei compagni di viaggio 🙂 Sorrento inizia con l’arrivo al Parco dei Principi, non un semplice hotel ma un pezzo di storia e di arte dove ogni angolo recita la sua parte per creare uno spettacolo unico da pelle d’oca. Il tempo di risistemarci e subito via in paese… Colori, folklore, vicoletti, gente appassionata, ceramiche e limoni, tanti tanti limoni da non riuscire a contarli. Una nuova italianità che ho scoperto e che non lascerò mai più e porterò con me…spero di avervi trasmesso con queste foto almeno la metà di quello che ho provato 😉

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I was wearing:

ISABEL MARANT SANDALS
YAMAMAY DRESS
CELINE BAG
MIU MIU SUNGLASSES

185 Responses to “#Yamacruise Day 1: Sorrento”

  • Wonderful pictures ! I love Sorrento, I was in this fabulous city last year, a real dream !
    Bellevue Syrene hotel is a fabulous place 🙂

    Reply to Caro*

    Ciao! Sono una follower del tuo blog dalla Svizzera (tedesca). Cerco la Celine trio in quel colore esatto! Da Celine a Milano mi hanno detto che non sanno quali colori arriveranno nella trio piccola, comunque sembra che il color crema/bianco non sia previsto. La tua e una trio nuova? Grazie per qualsiasi informazione puoi darmi su quella borsa esatta 🙂 xx Angela

    Reply to Angela
  • As soon as seated, you happen to be in retailer for the finest stone crabs ever, served together with the prerequisite creamed spinach and sweet-potato fries.

    Reply to Ray Ban UK
  • Hi… Ms. Chiara I’m your new reader from Philippines… I love all post… You inspiring me… 🙂

    Reply to Elenix
  • you always look so happy in your blog photos. you send a very good energy to your readers. And, of course, the sandals and the glasses are to die for. kisses

    Reply to Simona Huidiu
  • You are just so beautiful, I love those sunglasses and your shoes <3

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    Reply to Sarah

    ¡Que hermoso lugar! (el celular un amigo mas…)

    Reply to Angie

    Nice sandals of course but we knew them already, dress is more a cover-up for the beach (wouldn’t walk around in town normally would you?) and what about all that emotional storm? Cellphone, cellphone and same belt shop..

    Reply to Sarah

    Il copricostume è tra più orrendi della nuova collezione…sandali carini, Sorrento è sempre il top !

    Reply to sara
  • Your photos are fab! The weather is terrible right now! Hopefully it clears up 🙂

    Reply to anthea
  • I like your style!
    You have amazing clothes.
    You’re so cool. I would like you to visit my blog:)

    Reply to Karla
  • I very much love that dress–it looks great on you. I’ve got a question though. Was this a sort of beachy location? Because the dress looks rather see through and I’m just curious if that was the style most people there were going for or if you were pushing the fashion envelope. I’m genuinely curious–sort of wondering when/if I could pull off a number like this.

    Style by Joules

    Reply to Joules

    I love the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento and Capri. Ravello is just spectacular. Great breezy outfit and I’m happy you’re writing more on the blog rather than just posting photos. That said, I wish you’d posted more photos of Sorrento, rather than you posing with your cellphone.

    Reply to Jane S.

    I love your dresss!
    and you re so cute!

    Reply to Helena

    tremendo l’abito! bellissima la location!

    Reply to smg

    What emotions??
    Its just you posing a lot!
    except the picture with the boy, you look happy 🙂

    Also, love the entire outfit!! especially the bag and the shoes!!

    Reply to Kay

    Scusa Chiara…ti seguo ormai da un po di tempo…come pensi di trasmettere quello che hai provato tu durante il week end se le sole cose che fotografi sono te, te stessa e te medesima?

    Reply to giagia

    WHO IS HIM?????
    TELL USSSSS NOWWWWWW

    Reply to ME

    Come to Copenhagen in Denmark Chiara! :D<3

    Reply to Sulin
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