Whether wearing summer colours or autumn colours it's all about making it your own, and donning a hue at any given time in your way. That's definitely what I think about when selecting an outfit. This dress in particular is an older style that I made years ago from taking different garments apart. The colours in the printed petticoat are my favourite part. But, I also love this dress because it may be worn in versatile climates. And for me, autumn/winter means more layering to achieve a variety of styles.
Originally, I created this for someone else, however could not depart from it during the time I was selling other boutique items. I have several pieces like this still resting in my fashion archives, mostly because I am completely drawn to either the colour combinations, its unique textures, or the simple the fact of knowing exactly what was occurring in my life at the time it was produced.
This vintage-style floral tapestry motif is feminine, bold, and almost demands the stare of an artist, because of its intricate details within the print—at a closer look there's indigo, rust, and even coral accents of lighter hues that you don't see in a first gaze. But, the dress also caters to anyone who loves to do a stylish twirl with fullness.
I went for this adorable belt, and paired it with burgundy leather boots and my favourite metallic jacket. Once again exciting colours that could want nothing more in return than the reward of a confident smile in a wear. I smiled, I laughed, and only did a mental twirl since time was of the essence. No music was not needed, but I will tell you, it would have been a refreshingly sweet tune!
Music does have a way of expressing one's feelings ... and colours are a way of showcasing one's attitude.
What attitude are you exuding today? Are there any unique colour combinations that seem to fine tune your mood?
The goods: Kissing Scotty belt-c/o Oasap, Dress-Ladyofashion, Boots-Franco Sarto, Metallic jacket-Kensie, Beaded necklace-F21, Bracelets-Gifted, charity shop, and consignment.