Thursday, March 22, 2012

What I wore today: 03/20/2012 (In the Garden)

Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target

I spent yesterday afternoon reading in the park. It's so hot that I already have to seek shade to protect my skin. The weather this year has just been too weird.

I love this dress because it's simple and feminine but with a few surprises, like the mismatched floral patterns, the tie in the back, and the humongous pockets in the sides. It's the perfect thing to wear on a hot day, because the light cotton breaths and it cut makes it fall away from the body.

Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target
Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target
Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target
Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target
Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target
Flowers outfit: Floral dress with H&M Garden Collection, Prada baroque sunglasses, gladiator sandals from Target


Mixed floral dress - H&M Garden Collection (two years ago I think)
Gladiator sandals - Target
Baroque sunglasses - Prada

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6 comments:

  1. That looks like such a cute dress. Perfect for summer:)
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  2. Cute dress and great photo spot! This was a hard FBFF for me since it's been in the 40s and/or snowing for the last couple weeks...no sundresses here yet!

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  3. Love the spring dress!

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  4. Thanks. It was so hot here -- like in the 80s -- but now it's back to '50s and '60s and I wish it would heat up again!

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