At The Vienna Music Film Festival With My Humanic Shoes

Posted by July 20, 2016 - Austria, LIFESTYLE, We L@VE Shoes

Although I had a great time in France, when I got back to Vienna, I felt like I was missing my friend Edisa. You probably know that feeling when you haven’t seen your good friend for a long time and you are longing for catching up on news over a cup of coffee. For me traveling around is as significant as meeting a friend. Both activities are like food for the soul. At the Film Festival in front of Rathaus we actually didn’t grab a coffee this time. As the photos reveal, we savoured one French crepe with a lot of Nutella. What else!? And yes! I have to admit that we didn’t really want to pig out, so we limited ourselves and decided to share one!

At the city Hall in Vienna, there is a film music festival that is going on every summer from July to September. A big screen has been set up that broadcasts music and films accompanied with culinary delights that will excite your palate. I used to visit the music film festival since the first summer I was in Vienna and I was very excited about the fact that Vienna has so many things to offer that are for free during the summer. Food is of course not free but all the rest it is. Most likely, you don’t want to stay at home editing photos like I usually do during warm summer nights. So if you are in Vienna and you are asking for a recommendation on what to do, I would suggest you to take your friends and head for the city Hall.

You have probably noticed in my previous posts, that I am keen on comfortable shoes. Whether high heels, platforms, slippers or sandals, they have to be comfortable and stylish. And those beautiful sandals from Humanic were light as a feather, super easy to wear and to match with many clothing items. That day, when I went to the music film festival, I was in a more or less boho-mood. Such turned the outfit to be. So, last week I set out at a saunter wearing a long dress matched with a straw bag and my beautiful Humanic sandals.



By The Viennese Girl