Hello to you all, a new week, a new outfit and a new Monday morning.
I hope you did wake up easier than I did today, it took me 40 min to get me out of bed today ahahaha
This week’s outfit is only a dress, but I was so surprised when I found it at H&M last week, that I had to present it to you.
The romantic rose tone is perfect for everyone that has a light skin like I do. It gives you the right touch and makes you seem alive. The golden makes it elegant and feel way more expensive that it was with it’s 50 €.
The fabric is very heavy, which makes it a perfect winter dress. It is January now and yes, Barcelona has quite good weather, but walking with a thin summer dress will wouldn’t be possible, so I am glad that I found this kind of dress!
It can be combined in many ways, during the day for a brunch with your best friends, or just during a shopping tour in your city, maybe with heavier tights under it – we are still in winter – and some low bootees. You could also combine it with some heeled bootees and thinner tights for a nice dinner event. The dress goes perfectly for a cocktail party or club night just as it is. You can see, it can be styled for nearly any occasion.
In terms of shoes or bag I would try to not add too much color to such a strong and romantic dress. Black, as you know, goes with anything and in this case white is also a great solution. Don’t try to add rose or golden shoes otherwise you’ll feel like you’re in a fairytale 😉
If you are thinking about jewellery I’d add only a pair or earrings. I added golden earrings that I bought in HM for 2 euros. But anything that is smaller and in a golden tone should be fine! Don’t try to go too big on a necklace, it could overdo the look and make it seem cheap and make it loose its elegance. As Coco Chanel said: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and remove one accessory.”
If you’d decide to wear your hair up to a ponytail you’ll get a more casual effect than with the open wavy and romantic hair that I am having in the pictures. What do you say, would you wear a dress like this?
*Thank you Markus Bielstein, for these amazing photos!