THE POWER OF DRESSING AND POWER DRESSING
One Of My Favourite Dresses
I’ve been meaning to share this outfit with you for months now, but as seems to always happen when I take some photos I like and wear an outfit I can’t wait to share … I wait for the perfect moment to share it. And it never comes. So I never post it. Silly I know.
Anyway, as I’m currently in sunny LA and whilst I’m working on a big Mallorca blog post which will take some time to finish, I felt like now might be the perfect time to share this look with you.
The dress has been one of my favourites since I picked it up earlier in the summer from And Other Stories and I’ve worn it tons for both evening’s out, for work styled with a blazer and of course in belle Paris earlier this year. You may have spotted it in this post too.
For me it ticks so many boxes, midi length, fitted waist, high neck, long sleeve, beautiful material, and best of all PINK. I fell in love with this lilac pink colour the moment I saw it online and as someone whose wardrobe packs a punch colour wise, this dress was a fast favourite. On top of that I absolutely love wearing it with my white cowboy boots and navy croc Chloe C. The pink, white and navy together looks perfect and if anything made for the colours of Le Jardin De Luxemburg.
Its one of those outfits that makes me feel confident, we all know the power of dressing on our mood, esteem, positivity and I’ve been really making an effort recently to tune into those pieces, colours and cuts that make me feel my best.
This outfit does just that.
SHOP THE LOOK
AND OTHER STORIES DRESS . AND OTHER STORIES BOOTS (SIMILAR OR SIMILAR) . CHLOE C BAG . JIMMY FAIRLY SUNGLASSES
Le Jardin De Luxemburg is as picture perfect in real life as it is in those vintage french film shots you find on pinterest and I loved how the pictures turned out there … despite Jase’s grumpiness for me asking for more and more shots. There’s something so magical and serene about Parisian parks and the whimsical nature of the chairs dotted around ready for a willing partner in crime, a good book and a little baguette at lunch time. It’s one of the things I adore about Paris the most.