Plant some Flowers in the Fall, and wear them.

 

Hay prendas que parecen no tener potencial, podrías decir que son aburridas o incluso que no nos hacen justicia a la figura. Seguro te pasa cuando ves algunos vestidos retro tipo 90’s floreados.

Eso sentí cuando vi este vestido, pero yo pensé que usar flores en el otoño-invierno era la mejor idea para darle vida y textura a un look.

La manera de cambiar un aburrido look en uno retro-chic fue coordinando con una chamarra de mezclilla (prenda obligatoria en todos los armarios, y un uniforme mío ehem ehem…), además de unos elegantes zapatos que ayuden a alargar y estilizar la figura, y como toque final un bolso que cuando describas solo digas “WOW”.

Así que puedes plantar algunas flores este otoño, y usarlas.

There are some pieces that just don’t seem to have potential, you could even say they are boring or they don’t do justice to your silhouette. I’m sure it happens to you when you see certain retro flowered 90’s type of dresses.

That’s how I felt when I saw this dress; though I also thought wearing flowers in the fall-winter was the best idea to give texture and life to a look.

The way to twist a boring look to retro-chic was coordinating it with a denim jacket (a must in every wardrobe, and a personal uniform ehem ehem…), also with an elegant pair of stilettos to lengthen your look, and as a final touch a very bold purse that you’d describe as WOW.

So now you can plant some flowers this fall, and wear them.

Dress and Purse: Zara. // Shoes: Üterque. // Demin Jacket: GAP.

Photograpy by Jesús Villanueva Varela.

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