Ed ecco che il trench sarà testimone di nuove incredibili storie da scrivere o raccontare.
The ruins of the Longobard Castle rise at the highest point of the hill, on a rock bank and dominate the village of Montoro Inferiore.
The castle dates back to about a thousand years, it is an imposing fortification with a great defensive importance until the fourteenth century when it was abandoned.
Today a quadrangular tower is still visible, a tower about six meters high and the main tower which rises for over 15 meters.
The rooms on the east side, probably the residential part, are the best preserved.
Story goes that in the castle there was an ancient treasure, abandoned by the nobles on the run: gems, jewels, coins that belong to the popular imagination and that have never been found.
Today only ruins remain of it, enough to reveal to us all the majesty and beauty that characterized the feudal building, an inestimable wealth of historical and artistic heritage.
In my stroll that tells of a distant world and smells of history, I’m wearing a classic piece, one of the most iconic of the chic wardrobe par excellence, elegant and versatile, able to give charm even to the cold season: the trench coat.
A trench coat embodies a retro charm of mystery, but also of avant-garde: a must-have, a true passepartout that revisits and knows a new season of glory, fallen into the hands of fashion designers who want to change its look, choosing a glossy surface, a little fetish version with an animalier print, a classic of seduction for a new sexy woman, or printed in monograms in homage to neo-logomania.
A declination that will not go unnoticed. So the trench will witness new incredible stories to write or tell.
A never-ending fashion story.
This is my favorite combination: trench + denim. Simple and minimal, as if I had grabbed from the closet without even realizing it, as if it were a dressing gown… so damn effortless chic… I just wore it on backward, to make it more original, updated and full of glam.
(Click here and here to see the best trench coats for next spring).