DIFFERENT LBD I noticed it has been a while I haven't worn a LBD - "Little Black Dress"-, a fitted, simple, clean black dress...and even though I think I own about twenty of them I know I do not use them enough as I should. I then found this LBD I am wearing today, a different, important, yet essential Little Black Dress. You don't always need a specific occasion to wear something like this, as long as you feel good in it. So here I am sharing the scene with the blondie on my book clutch from Chick-Lit-Designs, a more affordable version of Olympia Le Tan book clutches, which is just as beautiful. What do you guys think about my new LBD?
Little Mistress printed playsuit | Asos blazer | Desa 1972 purse (similar HERE, HERE or HERE) | Asos sunglasses | Vic Italy wedges
HIBISCUS My summer in Milan, warm, humid, hot summer days. The same things as always, without a view on the sea, yet I am seeing this city from such a fascinating perspective. It's (almost) the first time I spend july in the city and I notice things I have never noticed before, details of an inexplicable beauty. The crickets singing, the trees blooming in a pink explosion, the golden sunrise upon Milan, because lately I am enjoying to wake up early in the morning. These small things, things that make the difference. What do you guys think of this look? I love the way I am recently mixing extremely summerish clothing with more city appropriate ones.
1.Thapelo Paris swimsuit 2. Sensi Studio hat 3. Rebecca Minkoff bag 4. Esprit espadrilles 5. Romwe dress 6. Schutz sandals
CITY-TO-BEACH The thing I appreciate the most about certain garments is their versatility, which basically is the way they can change according to our needs. The dress I featured today is a low cost piece from Romwe, which paired to the right accessories can create a tres chic look. Perfect for the city with a heeled sandal and for the beach with espadrilles and your swimsuit. Which version fits you best?