Every place has a unique story to tell, and Sicily is a source of unlimited inspiration and beauty. No wonder the glamorous Italian island serves as a summer hideaway for a slew of top bloggers and fashion elite. One super-blogger in particular, Aimee Song, recently set off on a stylish Sicilian holiday with Dolce & Gabbana to discover the inspiration behind their iconic fragrance: Light Blue.
Scroll below to see Song’s STUNNING travel diary.
A jetsetter’s packing list must be stocked with the essentials. (Fresh coconut optional.)
The first thing Song discovered upon her arrival? Her outfits coincidentally matched the natural scenery. It must be destino!
The La Therasia Resort, nestled on the island of Vulcano, was Song’s enchanting hideaway for the duration of her trip.
The colorful locals tell us that the Therasia is fashioned in lavic stone from Etna, Sicilian terracotta, and hand-made stones.
Imagine waking up to blue heaven every morning. Just like a postcard…
Not leaving this island until we’ve acquired the ultimate Sicilian tan!
A narrow cobbled path leads you straight down to blue waters from the hotel.
In a word? Paradise.
A gorgeous view of the Mediterranean enhances an alfresco lunch of local vegetables, mussels, and of course, a bottle of vino.
Say cheese! The Song sisters pose for a stylish selfie at sea.
Want to tune out the rest of the world? A float in breathtaking sapphire waters is one way to do it.
Paradise found: Sicily is a great love of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, and the Med’s serene waters served as the inspiration behind their iconic fragrance, Light Blue.
Captain Song setting sail along the Aeolian coast (in a killer neon bikini, no less.)
Up ahead, a tiny boat explores a mysterious and ancient water cave.
Song’s spa day consisted of a natural mud bath at the base of a volcano. No big deal.
Black sand and a seafoam pedi inspired by the D&G journey.
Where to next?
Ciao from Sicily! A postcard-perfect trip calls for a stylish bon voyage.
Feeling inspired by Aimee’s holiday in Sicily? Tell us in the comments!