It is also time to show off my new haircut done by Popham. I modelled for them yesterday at Esylium Concept Show, I'll share the pictures as soon as I find enough of them. I'm completely in love with my new hair, it was inspired by Sassoon's five point cut, which means I'm like a real 60s girl now. :D
I, too, didn't escape the baroque trend and months after seeing Dolce & Gabbana's autumn fashion show, the first baroque-printed item has finally made its way into my wardrobe. I had mixed feelings about this Romwe minidress, because I never wear this colour, but it's so beautiful that I thought it might as well be the first blue item in my wardrobe. The print looks like an oil painting, the colours are amazing and I like the cut as well. It also has a layer of tulle underneath the skirt, which gives it a bit more volume. The only drawback is that it's really short so tall people like myself have to wear leggings underneath.
Instead of settling the outfit down by combining the dress with black, I decided to embrace the kitchiness and added red and gold instead.
Baroque print dress - c/o Romwe, red velvet leggings - Terranova, black wedges - H&M, spiked necklace - c/o OASAP, baby blue cream ring - gift
I got the ring from my friend Warhol, because it matches his haircolour... now I finally have something that goes with it. :D
A side view of my hair...
How do you like it? :3