january blooms

While we’ve got a breeze going, I decided to take advantage of re-wearing this knit dress I purchased last December in the midst of a Basel wardrobe crisis. It’s so fun for daytime and I like that it isn’t too fitted. Today these shoes came in the mail and voila, I changed out of my flat sandals and into them since they pull the flecks of turquoise out of the dress. Also loving this bag that my mom brought down last weekend, it was my grandma’s and it’s oxblood color is totally on trend. Today is a healthy mix of vintage & brand spankin-new! 😉

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miami fashion blogOn moi: H&M floral 1/2 sleeve shift dress (similar, similar), Schutz blue pumps (similar in wine)- extra 20% off today only with code EXTRA20!, vintage Etienne Aigner bag (similar), Gucci sunglasses, Zoya nailpolish, Maybelline lips.

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  • Reply Kate 2013/01/29 at 11:58 pm

    I have this same dress and this post makes me so excited to wear it later this spring with bare legs & pumps – Canadian winter has forced me to pair it with nothing but tights & boots so far! It looks gorgeous on you!

    • Reply e 2013/01/30 at 2:47 pm

      Isn’t it fun when you already own the piece and see someone else style it… enjoy the rest of winter, we don’t get that here!

  • Reply wendy 2013/01/30 at 1:29 am

    You, my dear, are totally on trend!

  • Reply Kodi 2013/01/30 at 2:12 am

    That dress really is all kinds of perfect. It looks great on you!

  • Reply amy 2013/02/12 at 1:56 pm

    That dress is fantastic and I love the pop of color in the shoes!

    Karen Kane Giveaway up!

  • Reply Jamie 2013/02/12 at 3:53 pm

    Babe alert! Loving all your pretty looks lady!

    xoxo Jamie

  • Reply PeppermintLovers 2013/02/15 at 11:06 am

    Love the dress 🙂

  • Reply Inez 2013/02/18 at 10:58 am

    Your dress is absolutely gorgeous. I love the way your shoes play out the specks of turquoise too. Fab look.

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