Monday, 1 October 2012

The girl with the yellow dress (la maestra e la moda)

I don't think I've never owned something so awesome as this dress. Bright but not too bright, short but not too short, and definitely suitable for my boyfriend's niece's christening in a couple of weeks time.

Behold, la maestra e la moda...part 2:


An absolute bargain at €19.99 from Oviesse, one of my favourite clothes shops here. Have you bought anything yellow recently? :)

(And to all my fashion blogger friends, how else can I wear this lovely yellow number??)

Happy Monday!

14 comments:

  1. You can add black shoes, a brown bag, a silver necklace or a great simple scarf ( maybe black or red). I recently bought a dress at Oviesse, it's black and similar to yours, but its sleeves are shorter.
    A hug from a girl from the north of Italy :)
    Marta

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  2. This is a really nice simple dress. I'd wear it with ankle booties or strappy sandals....basically with anything. :)

    xo Jo

    http://www.whiterosesandcoffee.com/

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    1. It is simple isn't it! That's what I love about it :)

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  3. Love the yellow dress!! I think it'll look great with a different colored skinny belt in the middle and a scarf draped around your neck for the Fall season. :)

    xo - Sheila

    www.sheislovelyblog.com

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    1. Any suggestions for skinny belt colours Sheila? :)

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  4. That is the most stunning dress I have seen in a long time. So simple yet so stylish.

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    1. Thanks Faye! It's lovely isn't it! :)

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  5. LOVE this dress! When the weather cools off you could also put a sweater over to make it a skirt or pair it with tights and boots.

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  6. Thanks Claire! The sweater idea sounds fab.

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  7. thanks for stopping by and following, happy to follow back! adorable dress

    Jessica
    http://www.jumpintopuddles.com

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  8. Perfect! Alas, I can not wear yellow..my skin tone screams for "mercy" :)

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