Saturday’s Scooter OOTD

Before our roll-over vehicle accident in May, I picked out a scooter I’ve been yearning for since the day we found out we were moving to Italy. You can imagine Sicilian-Italians motoring around in various mopeds, zipping through busy narrow streets, congested traffic inter-ways and winding along country roads. In my case, I’ve got country roads with fantastic sea views. Yay! Today was a great day for a scooter lesson and some riding along streets of our neighbourhood mountain top. This was only the 2nd time I was able to enjoy a lesson since  breaking my neck. I was really freaked out but was sure to take it real easy and of course I couldn’t help to break for a casual photo-op. Oh! Notice the Matty’s Curtis booties? Aren’t they perfect for scooter riding? Hmm.. maybe one day I’ll need to get a motorcycle? Umm..No!

The view behind me is our local village of Brucoli. We live just below the trees and down the mountain you see pictured behind me.

Credits: 

  • Peugeot 2011 50 cc Scooter purchased from Gego Motor in Catania, Sicily
  • Juventus Helmet by Luna Sports purchased from Gego Motor
  • Heritage 21 Cut-Offs
  • Express Button Down
  • Matty’s Curtis Booties
  • Anne Klein Cuff Chain Watch
  • Lucky 2 Pendant Necklace
  • Ben Bridges Silver Heart Chain
  • Estee Lauder Spanish Red Lip-color
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46 thoughts on “Saturday’s Scooter OOTD

  1. cookieslady says:

    Noticed the boots first thing, love the pics you’re just tooooo cute, girlie – wish I could be there doing the same and your photographer did a great job . . .

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      Thank you very much! The photographer did a great job! I just posed okay enough. 😉

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      The Peugeot cars are very popular here as well! Italy does border France, makes sense to me! 🙂

  2. aura.van.beek says:

    I’ve always wanted to go on a scooter ride! Looked like you had a lot of fun. BEAUTIFUL sky btw 🙂

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      Thank you! 🙂 That same evening I spotted a red Vespa, ohhhhh no regrets, but I regret! 😉

  3. avecelan says:

    I have really, really been wanting a scooter for Chicago but have been kind of scared about riding in traffic, however, I think you have tipped me over the age. If someone recovering from a traffic-accident-caused broken neck can do it, so can I!

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      Yes! Th opularity of scooters here make it easier for me to feel comfortable riding it. However back in the States, I would never have considered it in such a rural area. I do plan on bringingit back to the states but highly doubt I’d ride it. It’s just a different lifestyle here.

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      This is the second comment about Juventus, we had no clue it had to do with soccer. My Hubby picked it out for me while I was down and out in a neck brace. I know he is clueless about it also. UH Oh, its time I google this …

      • Seb says:

        Juventus are traditionally the team that all other Italian soccer fans love to hate – it’s sort of like “If my team can’t win, then I hope anyone but Juventus does!” Of course, Juventus fans are a pretty unique breed themselves 🙂

      • Jeni Johnson says:

        Oh great, So Im wearing a helmut supporting a once cheating team. All the Italians are going to hate me. Time I buy a sticker! UGH! 🙂

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      🙂 Thank you, it was fun, needed a good break from a bit of riding. I’ll prob be keeping it in the garage just a few months more until I really feel safe back on the roads again. Country or not.

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      Ugh just looked it up and Seb gave me the break down. I do’nt want to support a soccer team! I need a huge sticker now! LOL>.

    • Jeni Johnson says:

      I wanted a Vespa but I didn’t want to learn how to drive a Vespa. Just needed brakes and gas to keep it easy. 🙂

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