One definite thing that I can say about London is that it eats up time and money like crazy. So far, I have visited a couple of museums, had a few "great shopping" days, attended a posh afternoon tea and eaten tons of delicious food. Seeing a musical and getting drunk in a fancy cocktail bar are still on the list. Last week the weather was really nice and I could finally try some of new summer looks one of which was this Frida Kahlo inspired look.
Hello from London! I have been here for almost a week now and all this time the weather has been quite disappointing. Though nothing surprising about this but still one always hopes for the best. Hopefully some really summery sunny days are ahead. Considering the weather I had to wear this thick and warm cardigan. To create a nice patttern mixture I combined it with a black and white maxi dress and to make the look even more interesting and stylish I wore white skinnies underneath the dress. Simple yet eye catching look.
Once again I'm featuring my blue maxi dress. Two more looks today in addition to the two previously shown here and here. In this first outfit I'm wearing a crop top over the dress which creates an illusion of a one piece garment. The blue elephants of the top match perfectly with the colour of the dress
From the "Hollywood glamour" look of my last post to this casual folksy outfit of today. Though I don't like such type of strap dresses I couldn't resist this peasant style dress because except those straps I liked absolutely everything about it: the patchwork,the lacy and crochet details, the silhouette, the colour.
Another maxi dress of mine...I call it "large polka dot dress" but to think about it... aren't these "dots" look more like circles? Anyway, dots or circles, I have always loved this print and this dress. It looks like a statement piece on its own. I used to wear it just like that but this time decided to add a narrow belt. And was surprised of the effect. Such a small detail but gave the dress a fresh look.