Dainty Roses

April 17, 2014

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I keep trying to avoid wearing darling little dresses like this but I always end up going back to it. Now don't get me wrong, there is absolutely nothing wrong with wearing a cute dress, in fact I love wearing a dress with over the knee socks looking a bit like an ultra girly girl blast from the past. You see, the thing is, as I get older I am trying to stray away from the "cuteness" and dress more age appropriate and more sophisticated. I feel like I do sometimes, but not enough. Anyways, I adore this soft peach chiffon dress with dainty little red roses embroidered on the front. It's simple yet lovely. I wore it with a pair of oatmeal beige crochet socks and the amazing Picnic sandals from the Wolverine x Samantha Pleet collection (I wore another pair in this post). Don't you just love the colorblock, the cut out strappy details, and how they have a vintage feel to them? I sure do!
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Picnic colorblock leather sandals by Wolverine x Samantha Pleet c/o Wolverine.
Wool floppy hat by RVCA from Miss KL.
Brown leather satchel from Hong Kong.

Check out other rose related things I am currently coveting...


7 comments

  1. You look so sweet and super pretty! love your shoes!

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  2. You look great as ALWAYS! Love the sweet dress and
    the floral details on it ^_^ Xx

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  3. Your style is so adorable! Found your blog through Lookbook- new follower! Alex

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  4. Gorgeous hat! And amazing outfit altogether! Love the colours!

    xo Sonja
    www.redsonjafashion.com

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  5. Nooo! Please never only wear sophisticated outfits only.. I think a mix of both suits you really well :) The dress is incredibly pretty.

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  6. This is gorgeous!

    xo

    colormenana.blogspot.com

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