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 (more Espadrilles)
Bolso/Bag: Yosuzi, similar HERE (more Straw bags)
Pendientes/Earrings: Old, similar HERE, HERE, HERE
Sombrero/Hat: Lack of Color, HERE (more Cowboy hats)

 

 

KYOTO

Hello Girls!

Today I share with you a summary of the looks I wore during the days we spent in Kyoto, our first stop on the Revolve trip around Japan. It was the first time I visited this city and I have to say that I loved it, it is very traditional, with thousands of beautiful temples and breathtaking landscapes like the one we could enjoy at Bamboo Groove. The truth is that I thought that during January would be much colder but the truth is that the temperatures are similar to Madrid ones so we were very happy in that sense and I also missed wearing winter looks that in LA are almost impossible to wear…

In total we spent three days in Kyoto and these are the looks I wore. I think my favorite is the first one that I show you, it’s very simple but I love it especially because of the House of Harlow 1960 faux fur coat, which is one of the few of this style that when I put them on, they do not make me feel that I have increased 5 times my size hehe. What look do you like the most?

I hope you like the photos and a thanks as always for being behind the screen. xx

¡¡Hola Chicas!!

Hoy comparto con vosotras un resumen de los looks que llevé durante los días que pasamos en Kyoto, nuestra primera parada en el viaje que hicimos por Japón con Revolve. Era la primera vez que visitaba estaba ciudad y he de decir que me encantó, es muy tradicional, con miles de templos preciosos y paisajes que quitan el hipo como el que pudimos disfrutar en Bamboo Groove. La verdad es que pensaba que durante enero haría muchísimo mas frío pero lo cierto es que las temperaturas son similares a las de Madrid en invierno así que estuvimos muy contentos en ese sentido y además echaba de menos ponerme algún look más invernal.

En total estuvimos tres días en Kyoto y estos son los looks que llevé. Creo que mi favorito es el primero que os enseño, es muy sencillo pero me encanta sobre todo por el abrigo de pelo de House of Harlow 1960, que es de los pocos de este estilo que cuando me los pongo no me hacen sentir que he aumentado 5 veces mi tamaño jeje. ¿Qué look os gusta más?

Espero que os gusten las fotos y mil gracias como siempre por estar detrás de la pantalla. Muuuuua!

Abrigo/Coat: House of Harlow 1960, HERE
Jeans: GRLFRND, HERE
Bolso/Bag: Dior
Sudadera/Teddy Sweatshirt: LPA, HERE
Falda/Skirt: House of Harlow 1960, HERE
Falda/Skirt: Majorelle, HERE

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