How is your week-end going so far? Feeling under the weather but thanks to my lovely hubby, the sickness didn’t hold me back from celebrating my birthday the other day. If you follow me on Instagram or on Facebook, you must have seen photos of how I celebrated . But today’s post is a long time due post about my last travel.
Gustave Flaubert once said: “Travels makes one modest, you see a tiny place you occupy in the world.” and I could not agree better. Travels feed our soul and open up our mind while fashion beautifies our body. To me, fashion is not only in the clothes, travels are part of it as well! Style applies to a lifestyle.
However, only memories are left at the end of each travel and I have been looking forward to sharing memories of Dubai and Abu Dhabi with you. I have to say that I fell in love big time with Dubai. The energy, the vibe, the diversity of people, the souks and the shopping!
At the front/entrance of the Dubai Mall.
Dubai Aquarium is very popular. I can wait to take my girls one day.
Tea at Laduree Dubai Mall.
So happy to find Paul in Dubai.
The view at the back of Dubai Mall is just breath taking!
The ever popular Buj Khalifa which is said to be the tallest building in the World!
*Wafi* The characteristic of Wafi is represented by the pyramid and the Egyptian statues.
Burj Al Arab
Inside the souk Madinat in Jumeirah.
*The ever popular Atlantis*
After touring Dubai, I took a day trip to Abu Dabhi. For me, the hightlight of this trip was the visit of the beautiful all white Mosque Sheikh Zayed.
The highlight of my day trip to Abu Dhabi was definitely the tour of the Mosque. The amazing white Sheikh Zayed Mosque.
Entering a religious place requires that you wear this traditional dress and cover your head. I absolutely love that they make the traditional dress available for visitors, free of charge!
Back to the Hotel for my last night in Dubai before heading home.
Blouse: Roksanda Ilincic
Black Cap : provided by the Mosque
White pearl necklace: Zara
Look 3: dress, please check the previous post for all the details.
Thanks for stopping by!