Tuesday, 4 December 2012

All Black

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This dress may look familiar. As soon as I received the ivory version through the post, I had to immediately order the black option too. I'm a keen partaker of the bulk-buying method and when I see something I really like, have no qualms in buying it in a few colourways. It seemed only fitting to compliment the previous post with an almost identical version. So this time I chose to wear the dress with my sky-high ankle boots from House of Harlow 1960, I've had these for a year or so now, bought from Spartoo shoes and still love them. Having dark hair though, I always find it really important to inject some colour one way or another - in this case YSL lipstick and Revlon nail enamel in a rather striking coral.

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Wearing: Top Shop Black Lace Dress ~ House of Harlow 1960 Booties via Spartoo ~ Tabio 110d Tights ~ Vintage Smoky Quartz Ring ~ YSL Lipstick ~ Revlon Nail Enamel ~ Paul & Joe Limited Edition Powder Compact

20 comments:

Candy Pop said...

Your dress is lovely! And I adore Paul and Joe packaging!

Veselina said...

I like your lipstick :)

Veselina said...

This lipstick is lovely :)

Veselina said...

This lipstick is lovely :)

Midnight Cowgirl said...

Beautiful dress!

Paris Pastry said...

You look lovely! Your make-up is flawless! X

Abby Mifsud said...

You are so gorgeous :D I love how you're wearing so much black and look so full of life <3

Kb said...

I wore this today, it's surprisingly flattering! Normally I'd wear a belt with this sort of thing but I didn't feel the need to. Next time I'll work some lippy with it.

irene wibowo said...

love the black dress.. :)
Irene Wibowo

Lindsey Louise Bales said...

ah, you are so lovely! the lipstick is so perfect with this look!

lindsey louise

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kinuki said...

El vestido es precioso!Pero los zapatos,oh!Me encantan.Bsos.

Sephira said...

You look stunning! I like both versions of the dress but I think I prefer the black one :D oh and your shoes are really cute too :)

Rosalinda Tjioe said...

Such a stunning dress <3 xx

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Kristian said...

You look gorgeous. As pretty as it is in ivory, I like it even better in black!

Lianne Marie Mease said...

Hey style goddess! I need your help! I'm pushing 6 months pregnant now and in need of maternity clothes that do not involve leggings... specifically a pretty sparkling dress for my birthday. Any ideas? x

PinkBow said...

Lianne - hi, having never been pregnant myself I may not be the best person to give advice. Bit what about looking at curve ranges instead of maternity? I think asos do a range. Hope that helps!

Lianne Marie Mease said...

Sounds good! Empire waists are perfect at the moment but not sure whether only pregnant women wear them off-trend! I'll find something glam and not dowdy I'm sure! x

Maria Fallon said...

This is such a beautiful dress!

Maria xxx

Becky | lifestyleflash.com said...

It's so sensible to buy great finds in more than one colour (or even the same, as a back-up)...so why do I always feels it's frivolous and never actually allow myself to do it?!

This dress is a true beauty though, it looks amazing on you.

little henry lee said...

love this dress in black as well! and your lipstick is the perfect colour, and of course the packaging too! i have to find myself one of those YSL lipsticks, they're too pretty not to own at least one!