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A Pop Of Neon

 
Skirt Choies, top Forever 21, heels Manolo Blahnik, necklace unknown gift, middle finger ring Aldo old, index finger ring unknown, wallet used as clutch Michael Kors
 
Hello ladies. We continue with the 50s again with this mix of A-line and skater midi skirt in bright neon yellow. I know you have probably seen this skirt on other bloggers but I finally got around to buying mine in August. And when I returned from my last trip I got really sick that when I finally got around to picking up my packages from Choies, I didn't open it for another week. I made sure to wear it out for dinner when I got better and I felt amazing wearing it. It is a gorgeous fit and a gorgeous cut. You can wear it in so many different ways despite its bright colour. If you prefer something darker then try out their green or burgundy ones. Let me know your thoughts. Ciao!
 
Cao devojke. Blog nastavljamo u stilu 50tih sa midi suknjom delimicno A kroja jarke neon zute boje. Predpostavljam da ste ovu suknju vec videle u vise navrata na drugim blogerkama ali ja sam se tek nakanila da je kupim u avgustu. Kada sam se vratila sa poslednjeg odmora, trebalo mi je preko sedam dana da napokon odem do poste da podignem paked od Choies, koji nisam otvorila jos narednih sedam dana jer sam bila bolesna. Prvom prilikom sam je obukla u restoran na veceru i osecala sam se fenomenalno. Kroj je savrsen. I bez obzira na jarku boju, ova suknja se moze upariti sa razlicitim odevnim komadima i u razlicim stilovima. Ako pak volite nesto tamnije boje, mozete se odluciti i za ovu zelenu ili bordo boju. Da li vam se dopada? Cao!
 
Aleksandra <3
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 


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  1. Very unique. And I love to see that skirt with the printed crop top :)

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  2. Perfect outfit. What a nice sillhoutte and the crop top stops it from being too reserved.

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