Another week has gone, with sweet moments ( there was st. Valentine's )
and rainy days ... (but, isn't the whole life right the same?? )
After two weeks wearing trousers, today I am back to one of my dresses.
It has a rich print with polka dots, flowers and much more!
I paired it to a short cardigan, ( in Italian this kind of cardigans is called "scaldacuore" , which is a really cute word meaning ... something to keep your heart warm)
It has flowers and a sparkling bead
In winter days nothing better than looking at the world through a window
And feel that the rain can't wet you ...
Never forget to kiss your dear!
A stunning dress! What an interesting combination of prints. Looks different with the cardi over it, but still very beautiful. Love that decorative detail on the cardigan. The earrings seem to be quite lovely too, I wish I could see them more closely.ReplyDelete
The dress has a really rich print, hasn't it?Delete
I didn't think to take a close up of my earrings...I made them myself with glass and coral beads, I am glad that you like! ( and I promise I will photograph them soon )
Your " scaldacuore " I find beautiful and fits perfectly with the dress.ReplyDelete
You are very pretty.
Here not stop raining .
Luckily flowers brighten our lives
Oh yes, Curra! Flowers are so beautiful...Delete
What a lovely dress Dan! I love the pattern and of course the heart warmer. It is important to keep it warm in such a cold season.ReplyDelete
A wrap cardigan on a light weight dress and I am quickly ready and warm! :-)Delete
Love the dress. I go more toward prints as well. Such a neat name and meaning for the pretty cardigan too. I love the accents, details really make a garment too. You look great!
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I totally agree, Jessica:details can really make an outfit!!Delete
I LOVE the wrap sweater Dan! The name of it is charming. Lovely to see you in a dress again. We've got generally rainy skies here too, but the sun is shining brilliantly today for a lovely change! I'm a cafe girl too....they are very popular here in Vancouver. They are a nice place to be 'out', but still be protected from the weather.ReplyDelete
It's a funny name for a cardigan, but very sweet!Delete
I never miss my daily,coffe break! We cafe girls know how enjoy the little pleasures of life! :-)
I love the dress dear! Kisses.ReplyDelete
I am glad that you like!Delete
Oh wow... how beautiful!! As well the dress... Really good. It fits you like a glove, makes you look even prettier than you already are. And the cardigan is a gem. A good idea to keep your heart warm at Valentine's. The bag is my kind a bag. As you know. I do hope that you will have spring soon. It is still cold here as well, but no snow.ReplyDelete
I have already posted the dress, but today I have restyled it with the cardigan ( my choice for V day )Delete
I think that every kind of bag is my kind of bag! Spring sounds a magic word ... let's hope the best for April!
You look so pretty in this dress and cardi. You just made my day by telling me the Italian name of the wrap sweater. You Latins are all about love.ReplyDelete
You are right, Connie! A touch of love makes the life so sweet! :-)Delete
Beautiful dres! I wait for my blog! Follow me and i Follow you back! KissesReplyDelete
Thanks, Carolina! And welcome to my blog ...Delete
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I love that dress! It's so unique and with the cardigan you paired it with, it has another unique look. Pieces that are versatile are nice to have around.ReplyDelete
Yes Flo, there are some items that is easy to pair together and they are the best to be kept in the closet!!ReplyDelete
You look so lovely in this dress with its little wrap cardigan,it is so very sweet,just like your Italian name for it.I also like how Mr Baggio sneeked in.ReplyDelete
I always like seeing how languages translate words as it has much to do with the way a population sees the world...about Mr. Bangio:he always is around when I try to take photos!!Delete
Dan, what a beautiful dress. It looks like a painting. And the shoes...oh how I wish you provided a close-up of them.ReplyDelete
You have a good eye, Glenda! :-) Those shoes are really fantastic!! I will dedicate them a post soon...ReplyDelete
This is such a lovely, romantic post! I adore the dress, the print is so unusual! I love it paired with the card, and am glad to know of the Italian name and why it is named that! Love the detalis of the cardi and the stockings, too.ReplyDelete
Dear Elle, your comment is the prove that a woman always has cute clothes hidden in the closet! Neither the dress nor the cardigan are new , nevertheless they are still ok!Delete
Pięknie wyglądasz. Uwielbiam taki styl. Miłej niedzieli.ReplyDelete
Hi, Barbarossa! Thanks for commenting...Delete
Great dress ... great lady! Really charming transitional season look. Always happy to see your pretty face!ReplyDelete
What a nice comment, Jan!Delete
My dear Dan, this dress is made for you! A lovely style and pretty details!ReplyDelete
I have made a little collage for International Women's Day of some of the women I admire and inspire me! I hope you like the photo I chose of you.
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