THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT

 

 

Bittersweet Colours

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEARING:

 

 

 

 

 

DRESS: Riva Fashion Here/ BAG: Bogota, more burgundy bags Here, and Here/ SHOES: Zara (old), similar style Here, Here and Here/ SUNGLASSES: Here/

 

 

 

 

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For most of my looks (98%) I chose simple (or you may call them classic) shapes because they can live longer. A classic is a classic, right? BUT, sometimes I like to experiment different shapes, and there is a good reason for that. At least every season I want to try new things in fashion and to get out of my comfort zone (to be understood -not very far from what I usually wear). It is refreshing and much needed from time to time. So, with these being said, this look is one of these experiments. I replaced the fit and flare shape with this 1920-inspired dress design. I could have chosen to wear it with a belt but I said no. In the end, I wanted to see if I can manage to transform the look in something that you can call "Bittersweet Colours" without going back to my favorite design shape.
I personally love it and the polka dot print domination helped quite a lot.
What do you think?

 

 

 

 

 

This collaboration was sponsored by Riva Fashion . All the styling ideas and opinions are entirely mine!