Prague / Day Two

On the second day of our trip we decided to visit the other side of the Vltava river and walk through the Lesser Town part of the city where there were less tourists.

We then found our way to the Lennon wall-which is a wall that has been filled with layers and layers of people’s spray painting done over years with John Lennon inspired graffiti. It’s such a colourful place to visit.

I couldn’t leave Prague without trying out their famous doughnut ice-cream cones or Chimney cakes as they’re also called. Everywhere you go there are places that sell all different types of these traditional ice creams. I chose ice cream with chocolate, nuts, brownies and salted caramel on top…it was absolutely delicious!

Of course we had to have a pit stop and have a cocktail. I had the classic strawberry daiquiri.

Outfit Of The Day

Originally I had planned to wear my leather jacket with this outfit, but it was way too hot to wear any jacket.

I love slip dresses but I feel like I don’t have the right figure to pull them off (feel like I need to be a Kendall Jenner, which I wish I was!). So to make me feel more comfortable I belted it to bring it in and not look so straight on me.

I add belts to literally everything it seems-I think this is because it’s just my comfort (and because also most of the clothes I buy that fit round my hips and are way too big round my waist so have to wear a belt) but some outfits definitely don’t need one!

I wore shoe boots with this outfit just to make it a bit dressier. Top tip for when you’re sightseeing: DO NOT wear heeled shoe boots!!

This was my mistake and I ended up with really bad blisters that still haven’t gone. My mum did tell me to wear trainers because I would regret wearing the shoe boots, but I didn’t listen to her because as I said “it hurts to look good mum” as a joke, but I hate to say it – she told me so! What I’ve learnt is mums are always right.

To make the dress a bit more casual I wore a little slogan top underneath.

Don’t know if you can tell in this photo, but I was trying not to show the pain I was feeling in my feet…

We came back a little bit earlier to the apartment as we needed to get ready for my birthday dinner.

We booked to have dinner on a river cruise and I’m happy we did because Prague at night was still so beautiful! Even though the food wasn’t that great on the boat, we had a buffet and I couldn’t eat half of it, the atmosphere of the whole night was good. There was a band playing, alcohol flowing and just good vibes with my parents. We passed under the Charles Bridge and the Castle and you could see them so clearly because the lights highlighted all the attractions along the river.

At the end of the evening my mum had asked the band to sing happy birthday to me which I found just a bit embarrassing as I hate being in those situations where everyone is looking at me as it makes me feel so awkward. So you could imagine my face- I didn’t know what to do. However, I did get a free drink of prosecco so I can’t complain!

Outfit Of The Night

For the evening I wore a snake print smock dress. Once again you can tell I love a bit of snake print! To make the dress casual I paired it with all white converse and a white semi circle bag. I’m obsessed with small bags at the moment (even though they can’t fit much in them), they are a necessity to complete a bold outfit.

I ended the trip with a good evening celebrating my 20th with my parents on the river cruise.

Would definitely recommend Prague to people who love beer and walking everywhere with beautiful sights! I wouldn’t go for more than 2 or 3 days though as you can fit all the big attractions into this time for sure.

Outfit Details

Day Outfit:

Top – New Look
Dress / Bag / Shoes – Topshop

Night Outfit:

Dress – New Look
Trainers – Converse
Bag – Topshop

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