The New Old Romantic

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Maybe every now and then one needs a cocoon coat and some baggy jeans, just to feel cosy and lost (or sooo very found?). And no doubt that is a good thing, given the fact we’re not living in the 50s anymore, plus men shoes are not as oversized for us as they used to be.

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But even so, every more or less now and more or less then, one needs a fairytale romantic outfit and some timeless waves to go with it. Especially if we’re talking about this gorgeous French Connection dress, right?

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Delicate and divine, the pinky pastel approach does not require any abstract elements or even much accessorising. Fashion has taken a turn for all things romantic, and so have I. The flirty candy double layer dress with round neckline is a real threat and it works like a clear slate in terms of getup: you can combine it with massive pendants, round pearls or even trinkets; platform sandals, high heeled shoes or even flats with pointed toe.

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However, I opted for classic approach with the shoes and went for high heels, and as for the necklace – a little golden-pink party never hurt nobody, that is what I hear (and wear).

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Curious fact: I picked up the clutch in Madrid a year ago – one of those impulsive purchases that you know you’re never going to wear after leaving the store, if you know what I mean. Luckily for me, it turned out that it was the perfect addition to my look. Faith? Nope. Romance!

There is passion aplenty. Think pink!

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Dress: French Connection
Bag: small boutique in La Chueca, Madrid
Necklace: Bijou Brigitte
Shoes: Aldo

Credits:
Hair & Make-Up: Slav Atanasov
Photos: Peter Savov

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