First thing that comes to mind when someone mentions Greece? I can't resist the idea of BLUE. I know not al...
First thing that comes to mind when someone mentions Greece? I can't resist the idea of BLUE. I know not all parts of the Greek Islands are blue as Santorini. I guess we just all have stereotypes about Greece. So that majorly explains why I dressed in blue, to fit in. How can one not dress in BLUE in Greece? It just spices up everything a little and makes the imperfect perfect. I've always loved this lace dress I got from H&M. Hem length of this one piece dress is slightly above the knees, which gives a girly glow and playful tone to the dresser, and yet the high-neck design and the absence of bizarre back cut-outs makes it presentable at the same time.
As for the straw wedged sandals I'm wearing, I don't even have to mention how much I love to wear them when I travel. It literally gives you the extra height that you're looking for, when you don't even feel a thing. Plus, the straw bottom is extremely functional, I've worn them in the rain and to the beach, they might even fit for some soft hiking. The look is not completed without my golden bangles, one from H&M and the other from New Look.
Blue lace dress - H&M
Blue statement necklace - Forever 21
Red wedged sandals - Kurt Geiger
Shoulder bag - Longchamp
Sunglasses - Dior