Travel Guide to Washington D.C.

My very first time in Washington D.C.and I dare to say that I am thrilled being at the nation’s capital.


With my curiosity is at its highest, I start exploring the city’s historical buildings and financial center.

Here’s a track to accompany the your scrolling.


Chinatown area.


I was happy enough to discover one of my favourite restaurants in the world, the Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chao, that is located at the lower ground of this building.


Pennsylvania Avenue.


The White House ladies & gentlemen.


And so, there goes my outfit description.


Here I am sporting a full AllSaints outfit consisted of the grey biker jeans, the asymmetric black coat and black jacket on the inside.

I was kept warm and cosy in this supersoft grey velvet headband by Heyyo Urban Clothing which added an extra girly element to the outfit.

We stopped for coffee and brunch at the Greek cafe chain Alfa PieHouse on 1750 H Street 20006 NW Washington D.C..



[A minimal picture with my Spitfire Sunglasses from Elegance+, Thessaloniki.]

Unique greek pastry products, exceptional service and supreme high protein salads; it was the perfect place to chill for a while.


When it comes to the details, I am wearing my favourite Vans platform sneakers featuring an animal print in the colours of red and black with spikes on the back. In addition, I carried the Tod’s silk and leather metallic bag.


Continuing our tour, this is the World Bank Group.


Sunset in D.C.


Moving on to the hip and IT place of Washington D.C., Georgetown. This place is too pretty for words.


Georgetown is a historic neighborhood, commercial, and entertainment district located in northwest Washington, D.C., situated along the Potomac River.


Guilty snacking on PAUL’s strawberry macarons.


Harbour view.



-Iro x

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