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Playlist “Italian Summer” on Spotify, check again all the photos from the holidays, he mounting the video of Malaysia. I know that this is probably one of the last semi-summer outfits I will wear. Patience, autumn is coming and along with him also the hot chocolates with cream, the yellow leaves, the warm colors, the lighted fireplaces… But let’s go gradually!
Wide pants and a lace shirt.
The hot and sunny days in Dublin are rare, but they do exist. So last weekend I still managed to wear my light fluttering blouse that I also wore on holiday – just so you know, the post about my trip in Malaysia will come, I swear. It was also a happy purchase from last sales at the end of June. I wore the lace blouse with delicate pink wide pants – spoilers: wide pants are still a trend for this season! – and my sock ankle boots in plum velvet. Et voilá, a more chic version of Jack Sparrow in The Pirates of the Caribbean, but always comfortable and summery. The look is also made a little more particular by the dirty pink wide brimmed hat, which by now, you know, is my favorite. The wide pants are adorable with either a sneaker or an heeled ankle boots, but in winter – or, in the middle seasons – they can also be worn with high boots, even over the knee high, that keep warm but leaves the wide pants to flit all around – olalá, that description.
That belt? A gift that I wanted to do by myself from myself. Because it was the right thing. And because I deserved it. Do you ever give yourself gifts because you feel you have well earned them?
I leave you to photos taken near the flowers that have not blossomed. Because in Ireland it’s not guaranteed that flowers will blossom, so when you see them, maybe they never bloom or maybe it will be too late. Hope you like it! Let me kown! PS stay connected because soon there will be a super sale on my favorite site… Yay !!
Wide Pants: Primark | Sock boots: Steve Madden on Spartoo | Lace Shirt: Zara | Belt: Gucci | Bag: Marc Jacobs | Hat: Lack of Colors
Che bella la camicia.