IMG_0357 I spent the last five days in Saas Fee, Switzerland totally unplanned and loved it. It is a little city up in the mountains a couple hours from Zurich that sits below the tallest mountain in Switzerland (similar to Wengen that I visited last year here, but a bit bigger!). It is a walking city only and a Disneyland for adults. There are no cars allowed other than mini cars for the businesses. They have a glacier where skiers can ski up to 10 months a year accessible by two gondola rides and a train through a mountain to the top. The weather up on the glacier felt like the middle of winter while down in the town was more mild and sunny. We were told from a local they get around 300 sunny days a year. Saas Fee 1 I spent most afternoons exploring in and out of shops or aimlessly walking through the narrow streets getting lost. I loved all the different colors of the shutters on the houses from bright yellow (above) to reds, blues and greens along with the blooming flowers in the windowsills or around the entrances of the homes. They also had these really cool old huts on the outside of the city built on cement raisers and rocks (pictured below). The huts hold hay and grains for the town and are raised, so that the mice can not get to them! saas fee edit

//360 Blanket Sweater // Citizens of Humanity Rocket Skinnies in Carbon // old Piperlime Graphic Muscle Tee // Superga 2750 Suede Patent Sneakers // old Free People beanie // Crystal Drop Necklace by Zoe // borrowed from the boys Louis Vuitton Men’s Keepall Bandouliere Travel Bag //

On this afternoon, after the sun set behind the drastic mountains it got a little chilly and luckily I had my beanie with me! My new 360 Sweater kept me warm enough with the added beanie. It still felt Fall like with no snow on the ground, so my new Superga sneakers (yes I can’t get enough of these shoes!) were perfect for the walking duration.  I pulled the look together with my favorite pair of high waisted denim… the Rocket fit from Citizens of Humanity. It’s a true higher high rise that I find flattering and comfortable! saas fee detailsWe ended up eating the best fondue I have ever had at this little restaurant on the edge of town called Zur Muehle that is also a Bed and Breakfast. As most restaurants and hotels in the area it is family owned for many decades and they were extremely friendly and nice to us. I highly recommend this place! They invited us to come back the next day for a traditional Swiss meal called Rosti that was amazing too! I feel like I could go on and on in this post, but it’s late here in Austria now and my internet isn’t working very well…so that’s all for now! IMG_0534