Let’s say you have one free day in Vienna. How would you spend it? What would you wear and what would you do? You will probably say that it depends on the mood, weather, and plans and I will agree with you. In Vienna, like in every capital city though, there are so many options, from visiting a flea market to visiting a museum, from getting lost in a park to wandering the Viennese side streets. Whatever you choose to do, one thing is certain: in Vienna, you won’t get bored. The only thing I wouldn’t recommend would be to stay home. Go out, and make the most of it. It’s springtime after all!
This is how I would spend one free day in Vienna together with my orange ballerinas from Humanic:
10.45 exit from home 11.00 get on a bicycle 11.30 stop at Kurt and savor a frozen yogurt with fruity toppings 12.00 visit Stadtpark and take some pictures of the cherry blossoms.
What would you wear with your orange ballerinas? It might look like a difficult color to integrate into an ensemble but I can assure you that it isn’t. Try out beige, khaki, orange and fuchsia as they are the colors that will give you the best results. In the pictures above, I paired my orange ballerinas with a khaki jumpsuit, an orange spring jacket and a beige scarf. The combinations are endless but specifically this one turned out to be fun and a surprisingly interesting ensemble. Be sure that the Humanic orange ballerinas will give you comfort whatever you do, plus the color will cheer you up!
Extra tip: add a bit of orange on your lips!