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Postcards from Èze

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One of my favorite day trips that we did in the south of France was our visit to Èze. Some of our friends who had traveled to the Côte d’Azur before highly recommended we check out this tiny village nestled on top of the cliffs along the Mediterranean. The town is so small that you have to park your car at the bottom of the village, and make your way up the tiny cobble stone streets by foot. We loved strolling around and getting lost in the streets and alleys that curve and loop in unexpected directions.

We had lunch at Château Eza, and ended up doing their tasting menu while soaking in the jaw-dropping view. If you have the chance to go, I’d highly recommend making a lunch reservation and requesting a table closest to the sea. It was such a surreal experience.

As for this dress, I mentioned it in my pre-honeymoon shopping haul video, and I couldn’t wait to wear it while we were in the south of France. When I bought it I thought that off-the-shoulder look and flowy sleeves felt perfect for Mediterranean style, and it certainly didn’t disappoint.

Photos by Omied Arvin

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