Tuesday, 6 January 2015

I need a sunny place...


Two weeks ago, Sue of A Colourful Canvas, posed with a ( very lovely ) party dress outdoors, last week Greetje of No fear of fashion faced the January's wind to get the photos for her post


So, this week I walked I in search  of a sunny  place to take sharp photos


a warm spot, as I am wearing a silk dress (  above another one )


And ... here it is the place!


An old building recently beatifully restored with a special care to conserve the traces of past times. They are my favourite! I would love having my home in one of these buildings ...



You can never know ... maybe in the future .... Anyway, do you like my green dress? This year I have seen a lot of green clothes in shops here ...


( and in my closet I found a green gemstone necklace )

Liviana Conti


It has a  loose shape ... ( a bit tooo much on me? ) and it's a bit different from those I usually wear ...


A loose, green dress and my dreams! That's all for today, dears ...

31 comments:

  1. So cute outfit dear! Kisses.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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  2. A very atmospheric place, with its own character and past. Lovely dress, the colour is of a very nice shade. And I love your necklace, such a beauty!

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    1. I have never worn green too often in past, but this year it has caught my attention! I am glad that you like the necklace as I made it myself...

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  3. Dan , your dress is perfect. Here are also many green things in stores.
    You are very pretty and keep your natural elegance.
    What beautiful old buildings are right?
    lovely pictures
    a hug

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    1. Dear Curra, old buildings are so special, because each one is different ... I always find the picture in your posts are wonderful, hence ... very glad that you like mine!!
      Have a nice week...

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  4. I used to have a green dress that shade, I loved it. One nice thing about most greens is they can be worn year round. To more sunny days and the hope that winter doesn't overstay it's welcome!

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    1. Spring is on its way, Flo! And very soon we will be enjoying warm , sunny days! ( at least I hope! Spring is a really unpredictable season here!! )

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  5. SUN! The old building is a beautiful setting. And with the sun shining, I can imagine that spring is on it's way...we wish. :)

    Yes, your outdoor photos turned out brilliantly Dan! You look lovely. I especially like the neckline of your dress! It's true we most often see you in a slimmer silhouette. Have you considered belting this dress with a soft suede belt?

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    1. I had to take photos inside more than once recently, but they weren't too sharp! ( I should say that they were photos of a really poor quality! ) but last week we had a couple of warm days which convinced me to go out for the shooting! I am not brave to face low temperatures as you are!!
      I will try the dress with a soft belt! Thanks for the advice...

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  6. I'm like you, Dan. I love old buildings...dilapidated and restored. There's such a nostalgic feel about them. I think your shoes are super cute!

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    1. Those old building also look great as a backgroung of photos!

      Do you like my cozy shoes? Not new but perfect for a walking day!

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  7. Oh... I love green.... this loose dress is fun. Yes it is different from what you normally wear, but not that different. I was looking at a loose dress the other day as well. Didn't buy it but bought my stepdaughter some clothes instead (gosh I am beginning to become a real mum haha).
    The necklace, lace underskirt and the shoes add interest to the dress. I like that very much. Well styled.
    And taking photos in the sunshine eh??? I envy your for that.
    The building is indeed beautiful, but hey... whatever you possess, there is always something better. Better to look at less fortunate things and people LOL.
    Greetje

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    1. You are wise! There is always something better of what you own ... and besides, I know I am very lucky as there is nothing I need at the moment... but I like the idea of changing ... Vincenzo says I am always on the move!
      p.s.
      Now we are having wonderful sunny days, but I am quite sure it will pour in April! ( here Spring is generally the worst season, but I have many extra umbrellas!! :-)

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    2. I will light a few candles for sunshine in April. You never know... it might work haha.

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  8. I love green, this dress is so pretty on you Dan, looks silky and comfortable too like a pine green. I have been wearing more of it myself. I love the old architecture! Looks so neat, I think it is part of the past they need to keep around, parts of history, old buildings.
    I wish there was the sun peaking out, it is grey and cold here in the South, US.
    stop by when you can
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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    1. The sun gives a different look to the world! And makes the life of us poor bloggers, a bit easier!!

      I have bought some green dresses this year, and that is quite unusual for me ... I surely will stop by your pretty blog!

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  9. Dan,
    I do love the green dress! Love the color and hue, the shape and the drape.
    Hmm. Almost a poem there's. Oops.
    I also admire the layering. The white dress is perfect underneath the green one!
    Xx, Elle
    http://mydailycostume.com

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    1. Thanks, Elle! I was not very sure the dress suited me as I was a bit out from my comfort zone ...

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  10. You do have the BEST spot for photos!

    The dress looks comfy.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  11. Such a wonderful setting for your photos, you could almost imagine it is Springtime. I like the dress on you, both the colour and shape , sometimes it is good to try a change.

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    1. It was a beautiful sunny day and there was plenty of light! Perfect conditions for shooting...

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  12. Very casual chic... You do taht so well. And I would love to have your sunny weather; I just walked through slush and snow to do my shopping...

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    1. The weather forecast say we will have some snow before long .To be honest I do hope they are wrong!!
      A hug!

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  13. It is a marvellous dress and a lovely place where you took the pics.
    Sabine xxx

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    1. That is a loose dress...a bit different from my usual ones... an exit from my comfort zone! ( but I am not really sure it is very me ...)

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  14. What a pretty dress. Green is an overlooked color. I'm enjoying the style of your outfits in earlier posts. You dress very well. I'm taking notes!

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    1. Thanks for commenting, Shybiker. And very welcome to my blog!!

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  15. I don´t like green color... I mean on dress. I look sick in this color.o) But you probably find nice shade of green which can work even with me. Dress looks nice and comfortable for walks and discovering beeautiful secluded places.

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