Prague’s Baroque palaces, Art Nouveau buildings, Romanesque chapels, Gothic cathedrals, and historic gardens have made it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It was hard for us to take it all in during our 15-day visit, let alone try to capture the beauty of it all. Kent and I became two humble worshipers in the city, trying to frame pieces of Prague with our lens. Although it was our first time here, it may also be the last time we were given this opportunity, this blessing. The result? Thousands of photographs of architecture, landscape; cityscape, portraits; food, and lifestyle. Each presents parts of a puzzle of Prague that we remembered, treasured, and adored.
For White Caviar Life’s current series, I have revisited these memorable pictures from Prague. I decided to create a fashion story of shots inspired by postcards. From Prague Castle, The Royal Garden; The Gardens below Prague Castle, to The Small Furstenberg (Lesser Fürstenberg) Garden, and some interesting decorative (and dramatic) doors we found in between.
What ties these photos together, other than the beauty of Prague? My patchwork skirt! A patchwork skirt immediately gives a Bohemian feel. So not only did my Bohemian skirt find its home in Bohemia, it blended in with its newfound home pretty well I think. One of the bonuses about this skirt is that, it allowed me to style it in multiple ways! Being made of wool fabric and knits, it is a perfect fit for my travel-friendly fashion needs. That’s right, both versatility and wrinkle-resistant fabric are important to me when it comes to selecting a mini wardrobe for a trip.
Yes, Postcards from Prague. Paying homage to this city; and wrapping up our Prague series with memories and love.