I spent 4 days in the beautiful island of Mykonos a few weeks ago. Known as Number one party destination, Mykonos also has a lot to offer with the strong presence of Greek culture that’s evident in its cuisine, shopping, museums, archaeological sites and a stroll through the Old Town.
We shot a couple of looks I put together with the Farfetch team for #TheOne campaign. I gravitated towards pieces that are my style but with a slight edge towards it. I feel my style has always been quite diverse and I tend to like playing around with textures, colours and my accessories while still being comfortable and confident to go about my day.
I am currently obsessed with casual short sleeves-shirts , hence the ones I picked for this trip are a simple one from AMI and a flower printed one from SAINT LAURENT. Moreover, I am all about accessories and am almost never without my signature fedora hat. To start the day with a morning look in the old town, I decided to style the Ami shirt with some leather suspenders and a tee underneath with some tailored trousers and sneakers.
For the afternoon, as it gets warmer I wore the Saint Laurent shirt with some tinted sunglasses and converse high tops. We spent the afternoon in Mykonos chilling by the beach drinking cocktails and listening to music. Mykonos is so beautiful and such a great holiday destination. As it gets chilly in the evening by the Aegean Sea, I decided to suit myself up for dinner as nothing can go wrong with a good classic navy suit and what better way than to go to dinner than in a boat? Dinner was of course fabulous, and the team and I had a blast at Avra restaurant in the old town, one of my favourite restaurants. There is no way to end a night in Mykonos without a party so that was exactly what we did. We hit the clubs and danced all night. I couldn’t have done this trip with a better group of like minded individuals who I found inspiring and were all so creative in such unique ways.
You can read more about our trip here
Also there is a “what to wear this summer article ” on Farfech’s blog so read more about it here