Early Spring in Eco-Footprints

Although I adore the occasional all-black ensemble and neutral colour palettes, I wear colourful outfits generally. And, even with spring at a moments entry of our doorway (very soon) there's not too much that wavers with my personal style. I am not one to wear certain colours only by the season, as many of you know that I wear florals throughout the year, and don white or burgundy on any given day without a faltering of uncertainty. That's just who I am!

Gudrun Sjödén has loads of colour, and that why I love the brand so much, in addition to their ethical principles and ongoing celebration of women. I especially adore the eco-home collection, as you've seen before. This time, I chose a dress in a bold rouge paired with flamingo pink. The large scale pinnate style print was one that I would not ordinarily wear, but I thought that I would change things up as I've not a ton of red garments in my wardrobe.

The dress is a simple silhouette---a maxi style jersey dress can go far in the fashion arena, and for me versatility is everything. To play up the pattern I mixed classic stripes with this look, and since it was gloomy and cold at the time, I used a boyfriend blazer in black to break up the colour.

This dress is not only hassle-free to wear, but the fabric is soft and supple, and folds so compact that it makes packing a breeze. With that being said, have you thought about your spring-summer holidays yet? Mine are pretty much booked, but there's a wedding thrown into the mix (not mine), so there is much to modify, and prepare for.



I am looking forward to being able to sit outside street cafés as the sun shines brightly. A perfectly mind day preferably late morning. Meal: brunch, Drink: espresso, and a generous mimosa, Extras: probably 2 biscuits, Key items: wearing my Kate Spade sunglasses, and open-toe sandals.

What are you looking forward to for spring?
The goods: “Vippa” dress in lyocell/spandex and “Gondola” striped shawl in silk-Courtesy of Gudrun Sjödén, Boyfriend blazer-H&M,  Bag-Dorothy Perkins, Leather loafers-Vintage Massimo, Jewellery: Bracelet (not shown), Necklace-Oasap-c/o, Hat-Urban Outfitters.View the spring collection here.


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3 comments

  1. Yes, dining al fresco is such a treat!
    Love this look, especially the hat :)

    xoxox,
    CC

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  2. The different print goes so well together and that hat add a whimsical look.

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  3. Awesome look dear! You look great!

    XO Pisa
    www.inlovewithmyclothes.com

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