lunes, 18 de marzo de 2013

variations on a dress

Do you remember that old dress that was worn some Mondays ago?, yes, I'm wearing again!. It was necessary a no rainy day, because it's awful to wear a maxi when raining: all that wet fabric sticking to your legs!. So I've taken the opportunity when I saw sun shining in the morning, and I also put on my old second-hand coat to fight the forecasted wind and cold.
I'm not sure about the dress length and I think it looks better when worn with boots. Anyway, I'm going to give it another try before spring arrives!
And it's time to another Visible Monday and you would love to visit Not Dead Yet Style and enjoy it!

No es que vaya a enseñar muchas novedades: estoy llevando de nuevo aquél vestido antigüito que me puse hace unos cuantos lunes. He tenido que esperar a que saliese un día seco, porque encuentro especialmente odioso llevar un vestido o falda larga con lluvia, imaginad la tela mojada pegándose a las piernas!. Así que he aprovechado la oportunidad en cuanto he visto sol por la mañana, y también me he puesto este abrigo de segunda mano que me pareció buena idea contra el frío y el viento. No estoy muy conforme con cómo queda el largo y creo que resulta mejor con botas. De todos modos, creo que váis a verlo en otras combinaciones, en espera de que llegue la primavera.
Y ha llegado el momento de ser visible en otro Visible Monday y podéis visitar Not Dead Yet Style para disfrutarlo!




- cardigan, La Redoute / chaqueta punto
- floral brooch, by Sacramento / broche floral, gracias a Sacramento
- maryjanes, El Naturalista / merceditas
- coat, second hand, many years ago / abrigo de segunda mano, hace siglos

11 comentarios:

  1. Love this dress, and the length too - we are all trying to make it through these transitional days before the Spring is really here : > Thanks for sharing your fab look with Visible Monday.

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  2. Lovely dress, I like the length but I think you may be right boots probably look better?
    anyway, you're looking good as always!
    Lots of hugs coming your way xx

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  3. It's a lovely dress, boots would be good but I like your Mary Janes too. I wore a maxi skirt today in the rain - the magic of Crimplene, doesn't absorb much water and dries fast! xxxx

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  4. Your fantastic colours and patterns again. I'm like you - no maxis in the rain, or good shoes either. So I'm glad you got sunshine to wear this beauty.

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  5. I love that dress on you, the red cardi is the perfect pop of colour! I prefer boots with my dresses, too - so I can hide my big thick men's socks inside! Besos! xxx

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  6. Me gusta el vestido y con fucsia más.Buen martes

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  7. I love a long, swishy skirt better than anything ... will wear some this summer with pleasure. I hope I look as cute as you do in yours! Perfect transition wear, yes?
    Have a great week!

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  8. I prefer longer skirts myself!!
    Yours is such a gorgeous print and I love how you've styled it!!

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  9. You are SO right about how awful it feels to have soggy fabric stuck to your legs! I think that you have done a wonderful job of looking towards spring but still having the necessary layers to stay warm . I especially love how your shoes and scarf so perfectly balance each other!

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  10. Maravillosaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Eres tan divina que no tengo palabras.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  11. I just noticed the rose brooch- ah so then two blooming souls in the rain! I love your mix of prints and colors, and spy the teal shoes- and love how you pair teal and red together even in done in a understated way.

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