{Fashion Monday} City Tripping in Stockholm 

City Tripping, a concept I only got aquanted with when I started blogging 4 years ago. The rush and rise in millennial travels across the world has brought this concept to left, right and centre. I love city tripping, if I had it my way I would travel somewhere every weekend. Whilst I was able to accomplish this last year with the #take12trips travel challenge, it wasn’t weekly but at least one weekend a month. Traveling is an addiction that I hope never to be cured from and hope whatever my future holds travel continues.

City Tripping in Stockholm

As I type this post {on my iPhone} I am on the bus to Skavsta Airport from Stockholm central station. I have just had one of the best weekends of 2017 and first experience staying at a hostel. Hostels have always had a bad reputation in my eyes but Generator Stockholm definitely helped me change my thinking. Not only was it the most comfortable place ever, I met so many solo female traveled and locals. This is an experience I am hoping to replicate throughout 2017 and I pray I do.

Experienced city trippers know the importance of dressing right for city tripping. There is nothing worse than wearing a cute outfit which is very impractical and uncomfortable. The idea of city tripping is trying to explore your destination and take in what the city has to offer. With that in mind, the outfit(s) I wore throughout my city tripping in Stockholm was everything comfortable.

** City Tripping outfit: Skinny Jeans {New Look}, Canvas {Korean shop}, Leather Jacket {New Look}, Black Top {Primark}, Bag {Bershka} & Scarf {New Look} **

Stockholm is such an amazing city and I will be sharing all about it in the next few weeks. One thing that is absolutely amazing is that Stockholm was on both my •30before• travel-Edit bucketlist and •visit 17 places in 2017 bucketlist•. It’s always fun when you’re able to tick items off the bucketlist and can not wait to tick off more.