Sunday breakfast

Hey there,

Hope you are having a fantastic morning and enjoying some fresh coffee.

Some people like to have their breakfast in their bed. I´ve never been one of those people.

On Sundays I like to get up early and go out for a nice breakfast. Usually some sort of cold pressed juice, a latte or cappuccino and eggs. Yes, I like a proper breakfast with toast and eggs. Now, having said that, you might take a look at these photos and noticed there´s no avocado toast, no eggs, nothing! Well, let me tell you a funny story…

My friend Karen and I wanted to meet here for breakfast. We got in and realised everything is sweet: cakes and macaroons. It might look super pretty but that food was not going to fuel out bodies! So we crossed the road to find another place where Karen had benedict eggs and I had avocado on toast, that was a proper way to start the day!

Then, we came back to this pretty-pink-instagrammable place for a coffee and some and to take some pictures of course. What can I say…, after all, it´s a pretty place.

We´ll do everything for the gram. But guys, we won´t do that to our Sunday breakfast ritual.

I also like that feeling when it´s still early morning, you´ve got your breakfast already and you are ready to hit the streets. Usually I walk around and check little shops, or go to a market. I love that idea of having the whole day ahead for yourself.

Tell me about you, are you a breakfast-in-bed person?

 

Hope you like it!

Marta

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Dress: Glamourous

Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Bag: Coccinelle

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