viernes, 16 de agosto de 2019

Slow Fashion Dress #1

Slow Fashion Season has been developing in a very positive mood, as I have just kept on doing which was an habit yet. I don't want to look arrogant, but not buying new clothes has not been particularly challenging, because I have a massive wardrobe, I like my revamping projects and to buy second hand. Actually, many of my summer clothes are still unworn, so I've thought that I need to stop buying (any) clothes and enjoy what I already have. It's time to explore my own wardrobe's possibilities!
However I still have some new-to-me pieces to show you!. This dress was bought (for 2€) at usual Sunday street market some weeks ago. I think it remained unnoticed for most buyers because of its floral print, which looks like something you can see on your grandma's cushions or curtains. Tapestry-like prints are not everybody's cup of tea!
It was a chilly morning (13ºC / 55ºF) so I wore a jacket but it ended up in my bag as temperatures rose quickly. Summer weather is becoming more 'autumnal', which I welcome enthusiastically!

Desde que firmé en la Slow Fashion Season, para no comprar ropa nueva durante tres meses, he mantenido una actitud muy positiva, ya que, al fin, sigo haciendo lo que ya era una costumbre para mí. No quiero ponerme chula, pero no ha sido un reto especialmente duro, pero es que personalmente tengo todo a favor, ya que tengo un guardarropa enorme, me gusta reformar ropa y me gusta comprar segunda mano. En realidad, mucha de mi ropa de verano todavía ni me la he puesto, así que he pensado que necesito dejar de comprar ropa, en general, y disfrutar de lo que ya tengo. Es el momento de aprovechar lo que hay en mi propio armario!.
Sin embargo todavía tengo algunas compras que no os he enseñado, como este vestido nuevo-para-mí. Lo compré por 2€ en el mercadillo del domingo, hace ya unas semanas. Creo que estaba allí, sin que nadie le prestara atención, porque el estampado de flores se parece bastante al de los cojines o cortinas de tu abuelita. Evidentemente, este tipo de estampados de tapicería no son del gusto de todo el mundo!
Me puse una chaqueta porque hacía una mañana fresquita (13ºC), pero enseguida acabó en mi bolso, según fueron subiendo las temperaturas. El verano se está volviendo cada vez más 'otoñal', lo que me parece estupendamente!






- viscose dress, Sunday Street market (second hand) / vestido de viscosa, del mercadillo del domingo (segunda mano)
- sandals, Raquel Pérez (old) / sandalias
- jacket, eBay, second hand (years ago) / chaqueta, eBay, segunda mano (hace años)
- Straw bag, etsy (last summer) / bolso de paja, de etsy, del año pasado
- necklace, Dayaday (old) / collar, antigüito
- earrings, Silvereira, retail (old) / pendientes, Silvereira, en tienda local

8 comentarios:

  1. Oh what a wonderful dress and such a bargain! You look gorgeous and I like you wear pink with it. 8 weeks of slow fashion season, for me it' s a challenge, but it's good for think new and buy less in future...maybe
    xxxTina

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  2. If that is a grandma print, than my wardrobe is full of grandma prints. And you know what, I don't care, as I love grandma prints. And I totally love that maxi dress. Those colours are delicious especially combined with that wonderful berry coloured jacket. Perfect outfit for a slightly Autumnal day! Besos xxx

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  3. What a fantastic dress! The colours are spectacular, and the jacket is the perfect match. I love having tastes that not everyone else does - it means all the good stuff is left for me! Have a lovely weekend, Monica!

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  4. I love the bold colours and audacious floral print on this fab frock. It really puts a smile on my face.

    Suzanne
    http://www.suzannecarillo.com

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  5. I really like the colours, and the empire waist style - it was obviously waiting just waiting there to be found by you!

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  6. That dress is wonderful - what a print!! It fits perfectly, too. With secondhand beauties like that who on earth would nee to buy new? xxx

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  7. This dress is amazing, I love the print. Gorgeous on you :))) x

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  8. I like that dress! It looks both cool and elegant. The pattern reminds me of 60s florals, though the style is not 60s.

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