Sailing The World

ith it. I was very lucky to be brought up by parents who are passioned about everything beautiful, who have always tried to give us a wider knowledge about all sorts of things. I haven’t traveled the world but I’ve seen and read enough about so many beautiful places. I believe it definitely is the only investment making you culturally richer, widening your horizons, opening your mind on so many life essentials. When traveling and discovering new things, you learn to appreciate every single blessing, you learn to look forward seeing more of our wild world. Traveling isn’t just via a plane ticket, it happens through books, through stories we hear, through fabrics we discover, through delicious dishes we get to taste. I have learnt to always look for an occasion to escape my daily life, even if for few minutes every day. For me, it happens through reading and writing.

I grew up spending all of my summers in Antibes, a beautiful little town on the French Riviera. All of my memories include the craziest road-trips, discovering hidden gems of this region. I love south of France. Nowadays, we make it a point to spend every two summers few days there. During Cannes Film Festival, it was the first time I find myself alone in South of France and I have to admit it was a beautiful experience. It felt amazing to walk these streets I knew, to enjoy my favorite places in the city by myself. Sometimes, a little alone time can make all the different. I promise a very special summer on L’Armoire De Lana, full of discoveries, style stories and beautiful posts to read.

I am wearing: Carven dress, Manolo Blahnik white pumps, Charlotte Olympia clutch, Cartier “Juste Un Clou” bracelet, Tabbah Jewelry ring.

Photography: Hana from Journey Into La Ville Lumiere (@journeyintolavillelumiere on Instagram)

Location: Cannes, France

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2 Responses

  1. Zaina Al-Abed

    I love this post! I’ve actually just planned a trip to France alone for a few days, a quick getaway for the mind and soul.
    And it’s so true that travelling is also through books, education and cuisine