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One of my favorite things is coordinating my outfits with my surroundings, and that’s exactly how this blouse came to be. Inspired by the stunning Duomo di Milano, one of the most renowned Gothic cathedrals in the world and a must-visit destination in Milan.
I decided to pair it with a 60’s inspired mini skirt I made using furniture fabric (my favorite) which resulted in the perfect look for a scorching Summer day while exploring Italy’s fashion capital.
The Duomo serves as the city’s focal point, and everything in Milan seems to revolve around it. Despite the throngs of tourists, the atmosphere in Milan remains serene and peaceful.

Scroll down and find the ultimate guide of things to do when traveling to Milan.

Travel Photo of girl at the top of Duomo di Milano Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Milano Duomo Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Duomo di Milano Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Milano Duomo Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Milano Duomo Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Duomo Milan Italy
Travel Photo of girl at Milano Duomo Italy
Travel Photo of girl at the top of Duomo milan Italy
Travel Photo of caroseditorial at the top of Milano Duomo Italy

Exploring Milan in 5 days can be a truly enriching experience. The city is known for its rich history, fashion, and design, and there is no shortage of things to see and do. Some must-see attractions/things to do:

  1. Visit the Duomo di Milano: This iconic cathedral is the largest church in Italy and one of the most famous Gothic buildings in the world. You can climb to the terrace for panoramic views of the city or take an elevator to the roof for a closer look at the sculptures and spires.
  2. Explore the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II: This historic shopping arcade is one of the oldest malls in the world and offers a unique blend of high-end shops, cafes, and restaurants. Beware of the “bracelet scam”.
  3. Visit the Giorgio Armani Museum: If you’re also fashion lover, you definitely don’t want to miss the Giorgio Armani Museum. It’s a great opportunity to discover the designer’s best collections, accessories, and more. It truly is amazing. Plus, the building itself is a minimalist masterpiece. It’s definitely a must-see spot for any fashion enthusiast visiting Milan.
  4. Visit the Sforza Castle: This impressive castle is home to several museums and art collections, including works by Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci.
  5. Take a stroll in Navigli district: This charming neighborhood is known for its picturesque canals, trendy shops and restaurants, and is a great place to explore on foot.
  6. Take in a performance at Teatro alla Scala: This famous opera house is one of the most important theaters in the world, and is a must-visit destination for music and theater lovers.
  7. Go shopping in Milan’s fashion districts: Milan is known as one of the fashion capitals of the world, and there are many fashion districts to explore like Brera, Porta Venezia, Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Corso Como and many more.
  8. Day trip to Lake Como: Just a short train ride from Milan, Lake Como is known for its picturesque towns, stunning villas, and beautiful views.
  9. Visit the Fashion Outlet Village of Fox Town: This popular shopping destination is located just outside of Milan and offers discounts on high-end fashion brands.
  10. Visit the Triennale di Milano: This contemporary art and design museum is located in a beautiful Art Deco building and features works by some of the most important artists and designers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Find more travel destinations and inspiration here.

Top and Skirt: Caro Santamaria
Shoes: Bershka
Glasses: Alexandre Herchcovitch

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