This is the last post in my capsule wardrobe series detailing what I was wearing on holiday in Madeira.
This is what I was wearing on a day trip to Eira do Serrado, a mountaintop viewpoint. There was no hiking involved, just a brisk walk from the bus stop up to the viewpoint and back to the hotel / restaurant for lunch.
This wasn’t my first (or even the second) visit here, and I always try to learn something from each visit. So, long sleeves, trousers and good walking shoes, that should work. And last year it was quite cold and I kept thinking I should have brought a warm jacket or some sort of light-weight coat.
And this time? I could definitely have done without the down jacket, and even a short-sleeved t-shirt would have been enough most of the day. In fact, this was perhaps my 4th visit, and the first time that I wasn’t cold.
Well, that’s the thing about weather: you never know how it’s going turn out. But as I said, I always try to learn something and do better in the future. So, next time I will wear trousers / jeans / chinos of some sort, maybe trainers or hiking boots (if I remember to pack them), a scarf and a t-shirt. And I will bring a cardigan and some sort of a warm cover-up. That should prepare me for both a warm and a cold day.
top: Primark / trousers: Pure / scarf: Jaeger / shoes; Clarks / sunglasses:
Dolce & Gabbana / bag: Furla / down jacket: Beaumont
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