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DRESS: c/o Dainty Jewells Here / BELT: Gucci Here and Here / BAG: Vintage, options HereHereHere and Here / SUNGLASSES: Asos, similar style Here and Here / SHOES: Anna Baiguera, similar slingback flats HereHere and Here / 

 

 

 

 

 

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Today's post is an ode to romantic opulence. The main piece that got me started with this idea is, of course, this Dainty Jewell's jacquard green- peach dress. And because I didn't want to create a complete formal look I paired it with pointed flats and of course a straw bag - a funny straw bag. You probably already know that I like combining high and low pieces, vintage with modern and casual with elegant. This look is the best example of all these mentioned and I must say the flowers are another great accessory that accentuates the opulence ...

 

 

 

 

  • Natali

    You are a true lady and fashion icon! This dress is incredible! Love the pattern!

    https://lartoffashion.com

  • Oh this very romantic and opulent! I love your photography and use of vibrant, gorgeous colors to convey fashion, style and every day life. Your blog really inspires me! Also – I’m grateful for discovering Toino Abel basket bags from you! They are a delight!

    http://www.theheartofaflower.com

  • Ebbie Style
  • I love that “damassé” fabric with that “jacquard” pattern (sorry, don’t know the exact words in English).
    I was asking myself why you did not go on with sewing ? I know you are very good at it, and you are so creative, you could make so unique dresses that look like those vintage that you are so fond of ?