A trekking day in Switzerland with my new Sorel Carnival shoes
Between fashion weeks and glamour events I like to be confortable and to stay casual and walk around Swiss mountains.
A few Sundays ago I went to Locarno, about 40 minutes driving from Lugano, my city, for a little trekking day. I walked up to Madonna del Sasso mountain where there is a beautiful church with a wonderful view of all Locarno lake.
I walk for about 30 minutes from the center of town and from there I took a break to admire the view and take some photos.
To be early Spring the weather was extremely warm. I seat for about half an hour in this wall to take sun and admire the view of the lake and the mountains with at the top the last now of the season.
My apparel for the day was a very casual outfit: Jeans, light merino wool t-shirt and those wonderful and confortable Sorel Carnival boots that I have got as a Christmas present.
Those Cozy Carnival Sorel boots are the perfect walking shoes for women, comfortable and glamour at the same time. They have the classic light brown color with a touch of pinkish color on the strings. Those shoes are good not only for Winter but also in Spring, Summer and Autumn season since in the Mountain the air it’s always a little bit fresh.
The material of those Sorel Carnival shoes is also water-resistant so they are best for heavy rain or on the snow during the winter period.
If you like to walk but never tried a pair of winter shoes (let’s face it, Style and comfort do not always go hand in hand), Sorel is the best choice. They are doing high quality women boots and walking shoes.
If you would like to discover my Country, Switzerland and, hike on the Swiss mountains, please write a comment below or send me an email I will be happy to advice you some beautiful places to visit.
Wish you all a beautiful Day.
Women’s Cozy Carnival Boot
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OUTFIT OF THE DAY
Jeans – Fornarina Jeans
Sweater – Merino wool
Bag – Chanel backpack
Shoes – Sorel Cozy Carnival Boot
Location: Madona del Sasso, Locarno, Switzerland
Photo Credit: Francesco G.