Winter wonderland in Peles Castle

Gea Ballmann Winter Wonderland Peles CastleToday everything is about looking good in the snow but being warm and cosy. I can’t stand seeing surreal outfits of girls wearing summer clothes in winter landscapes. That is why in this post I dressed up according to the atmospheric conditions and what I would normally wear in such a climate. I recommend wearing many layers, it is very practical for when you go into warmer places. Moreover, if you combine layers nicely it can look really chick. The winter complements such as hats or hairbands combined with the scarf or bag are also really nice.

For my visit to Peles Castle in Romania I wore some leggings (with woolen thights underneath, of course!) and some boots resistent to snow (it is very important not to fotget having good shoes in snowed places, warm enough and with a good sole not to slip on the ice). I also love the combination of the white headband and scarf with the petrol coat, bag and boots.

The Peles Castle was built by King Charles I of Romania in the outskirts of Sinaia. The castle is amazingly beautiful with a huge variety of styles in the different rooms. You can find rooms and halls in rococo, moorish or florentine style. It is a pity I couldn’t take pictures inside, but if you ever go to Romania it is a place you MUST visit. The pictures of this session were taken by Sabina Rosu.

Hoy os hablaré de cómo salir bien en la nieve sin tener que pasar frío. Estoy harta de ver posts surrealistas de chicas en outfits de verano en paisajes nevados. Por eso en este post voy vestida de acuerdo con las condiciones atmosféricas y tal y como salgo a la calle climas invernales. Recomiendo llevar muchas capas, es muy práctico para cuando entras en sitios más calentitos. Además, la superposición de prendas puede ser muy chic si combinas bien. Los complementos de invierno también son muy bonitos y un gorro o diadema conjunto con la bufanda o bolso queda genial.

Para visitar el castillo Peles en Rumanía me he puesto unos leggings (con leotardos de lana debajo, claro está) y unas botas resistentes a la nieve (es muy importante recordar tener un calzado adecuado en la nieve, que sea calentito y con una buena suela que no resbale en el hielo). Además me encanta la combinación de la bufanda y diadema blanca con el abrigo, bolso y botas verdes petrol.

El Castillo Peles fue construido por rey Carlos I de Rumanía en las afueras de Sinaia. El castillo es precioso con una variedad de estilos increíble, salas al estilo florentino, árabe o rococó. Es una pena que no pude sacar fotos en el interior, pero es un sitio  esencial a visitar si algún día vas a Rumanía. Las fotos de esta sesión me las ha sacado Sabina Rosu.

Gea Ballmann Peles Castle Miss Swan

Gea Ballmann Peles Castle Miss Swan

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Gea Ballmann Peles Castle

Gea Ballmann Peles Castle Miss Swan

Peles Castle Miss Swan

Peles Castle Miss Swan

Peles Castle Miss Swan

Peles Castle Miss Swan

Scarf Bufanda / Stradivarius AW14
Headband Diadema / Boutique Colonia
Coat Abrigo / H&M AW14
Leggings / Miss Selfridge
Boots Botas / Sketchers AW14
Bag Bolso / H&M

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