The cutest dress

I must confess that I am addicted to Zara’s website, at least once a week I browse through it to discover its new releases, although I don’t buy anything I like to see it to get inspired because I really love their styling, but of course sometimes it’s difficult to resist the temptation and I end up buying something, especially when I know that it’s something that  I’m going to wear endless times like this red and white dress. I thought it was the perfect one to wear it during Spring season and summer nights, here in California when it gets dark always is chilly and a long sleeve is always necessary, also its cut fits great and  I specially love the detail of the rope belt to mark waist and raise a bit the length of the dress.

During our trip to San Miguel de Allende I wear it on two occasions because I felt very comfortable with it. I didn’t change the look a lot I just decided to combine it with different shoes, the first day with high wedge sandals in brown, and the second with flat espadrilles an option more comfortable to tour the city. In both cases I combined it with a raffia bag with motifs in red and navy blue that has been in my closet for a long time and that I had forgotten a bit and I don’t know why because it’s beautiful. Do you like the look?

Thank you for all your comments and big kiss!!!

He de confesar que soy adicta a la web de Zara, por lo menos una vez a la semana navego por ella para descubrir sus novedades, aunque no compre nada me gusta verla e inspirarme con sus estilismos, eso sí hay veces que es difícil resistirse y termino comprando algo, sobre todo cuando se trata de una prenda a la que sé que voy a sacar mucho partido como es el caso de este vestido de punto en rojo y blanco. Me pareció perfecto para los días de entretiempo y las noches de verano, aquí en California refresca cuando anochece y una manga larga siempre es necesaria, además su corte sienta genial y el detalle del cinturón a modo de cordón me encantó para marcar cintura y subir un poco el largo del vestido, al ser bajita muchas veces las prendas de Zara me quedan demasiado largas jeje.

Durante nuestro viaje a San Miguel de Allende me lo puse en dos ocasiones porque me sentía comodísima con el puesto. El look no lo varié casi nada, simplemente elegí combinarlo con diferente calzado, el primer día con unas sandalias de cuña en color marrón bastante altas, y el segundo con unas planas más cómodas para turistear por la ciudad. En ambos casos lo combiné con un bolso de rafia con motivos en rojo y azul marino que lleva bastante tiempo en mi armario y que tenía un poco olvidado y no sé porqué es precioso. ¿Os gusta el look?

Un beso chicas!

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Vestido/Dress: Zara, HERE
Alpargatas/Espadrilles: Soludos, HERE & HERE
Bolso/Bag: Yosuzi, similar HERE
Pendientes/Earrings: Old, similar HERE, HERE, HERE
Sombrero/Hat: Lack of Color, HERE

 

 

Top of The Rock

Hacía mucho que no subía a Top of the Rock para admirar Nueva York desde arriba y durante este viaje no dudamos en hacerlo, ¡las vistas son increíbles!. Aunque el cielo estaba más gris que nunca, la humedad era bastante alta y pensábamos que nos iba a caer la tormenta del siglo en cualquier segundo, lo cierto es que tuvimos suerte, hasta el día terminó despejándose, y os parecerá raro, pero agradecimos que la mañana estuviera tan gris porque las fotos salen más bonitas cuando está un poco nublado, te evitas sombras, y no pasamos tanto calor.

Son varios los edificios a los que puedes subir a lo más alto en la gran manzana, Freedom Tower, Empire State e incluso terrazas de hoteles como la del Standard en Meatpacking, o como os contaba el otro día, Marmara en Park Avenue, pero las de Top of the Rock siguen siendo mis vistas favoritas. Además de que te evitas una larga cola de espera, como ocurre con el Empire, cuando subes arriba tienes muchísimo espacio, hay menos gente por lo que es posible sacarte una foto sola como las que os enseño hoy y desde allí ves el Empire o Central Park, aunque ahora mismo la vista de esta zona no es super bonita porque justo delante está lleno de obras y gruas :S. Yo sin duda os recomiendo que subáis a este edificio en vez de a los otros, aunque se que subir al Empire es casi un obligatorio, si lo hacéis intentad comprar tickets vip, para evitar la larga cola, o subir por la noche cuando hay menos gente, porque las vistas de la ciudad de noche con todas las infinitas luces de los edificios también es increíble.

Para este día estrené uno de los vestidos que Revolve me dejó en mi armario de Los Hamptons, !es super mono!. De cuadritos azules, abotonado como si fuera una camisa, hombros al descubierto y maxi cinturón a juego para ajustar la cintura, fue el modelo perfecto para acompañarme ese día por la ciudad combinado con uno de mis sombreros favoritos de Lack of Color y las sandalias de cuerda sin las que últimamente no puedo vivir, son demasiado cómodas.

Espero que os gusten las fotos [email protected] y millones de gracias por vuestros comentarios. <3

I had not been able to go to Top of the Rock for a long time ago to admire New York from above and during this trip we didn’t hesitate to do it, the views are breathtaking!. Although the sky was grayer than ever, the humidity was quite high and we thought that the storm of the century was going to fall in any second, the truth is that we were lucky, the day ended up clearing up, and you will think we are weird people, but we were happy with the grey sky because the photos look prettier when it is a little cloudy, you avoid shadows!

There are several buildings in the city where you can have an amazing view as Freedom Tower, Empire State or even hotel terraces like the Standard in Meatpacking, or as I told you the other day, Marmara on Park Avenue, but Top of The Rock are still my favorite sights. In addition to avoiding a long waiting line, as normally happens with the Empire building, you have a lot of space to enjoy the view from different areas and highs, there are fewer people so it is possible to take a photo alone with the beautiful landscape like the ones I show you today, and from there you can see the Empire or Central Park, although right now the view of this area is not super pretty because right in front is full of works and cranes: S. I would definitely recommend you to go up to this building instead of the others, although I know that go to the Empire is a must, if you do try to buy vip tickets, to avoid the long line, or go up at night when isn’t crowded and get the night views with all the infinite lights, is also amazing.

For this day I released one of the dresses that Revolve left me in my closet of The Hamptons, it’s super cute !. In blue squares, buttoned as if it were a shirt, off the shoulders and maxi belt in the same fabric was the perfect model to accompany me that day in the city combined with one of my favorite Lack of Color’s hats and the rope sandals that I love so much because are the most comfortable shoes ever!

Hope you like the pics and thanks so much for being behind the screen xx. 

 

Vestido/Dress: L’Academie, HERE
Sombrero/Hat: Lack of Color, HERE
Sandalias/Sandals: Nomadic State of Mind, HERE

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