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A Line And Stripes

 
Shoes Gucci, skirt H&M old, top Forever 21, clutch/necklace/sunglasses unknown, watch Michael Kors, blue/gold bracelet Target, gold bracelet Forever 21
 
We move into the 50s with the A-line, skirt first introduced to the market in its exact form in the mid 50s by Dior. This is an old skirt, about 2-3 years old, that I bought on sale from H&M for $15. And I have worn it a million times. Great deal for the money! I love the high waist and wide belt as it helps accentuate my waist again. Let's not forget stripes, how could I resist? What do you think about me pairing it with even more stripes? Is my obsession with stripes becoming more transparent now? A-line skirt fits most body types and sizes, so go out there, find yourself your perfect skirt and play with it; dress it up for a more fun and modern street style with a t-shirt or more glam with a nice blouse. Ciao!
 
I polako prelazimo u 50te godine sa suknjom A kroja, modela koji je Dior pretstavio trzistu sredinom 50tih. Ovo je jedna suknja stara 2-3 godine koju sam kupila u H&M na rasprodaji za samo $15. A s obzirom koliko sam je samo puta obukla, s ponosom kazem da su pare dobro potrosene. Dopada mi se visok struk i sirok kais koji istice struk. A da, nikako ne smemo da zaboravimo pruge, nisam mogla nikako da joj odolim. Sta mislite o tome sto sam je uparila sa jos vise pruga? Da li je moja opsesija prugama malo vidljivija sada? Suknja A kroja je idealna za vecinu zena/devojaka bez obzira na oblik vaseg tela i tezinu. Zato vam preporucujem da potrazite sebi jednu ovakvu suknju i da se poigravate s njom; nosite je sa t-shirt majicom za lezerniji i moderniji izgled, ili kombinujte sa bluzom ili kosuljom za malo glamorozniji i ozbiljniji izgled. Cao!
 
Aleksandra <3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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  1. Super beautiful look dear! Great pictures and heels!
    Kisses from Miami,
    Borka
    www.chicfashionworld.com

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