It was one of those lazy days that I just decided to wear a plain green chiffon dress. I remember seeing this dress in one of the sale racks at H&M Japan. And yes, it looked unflattering at first, especially when hanged. I just thought of getting it because it was so cheap. I didn’t even bother fitting it anymore. When I got home, I was surprised that it wasn’t so bad after all, especially when accessorized. What do you think? 😉
And if you’re wondering what’s with the title of my post since there’s no baroque print in my outfit, it’s actually my sunnies. I’ve waited for this for months and it finally arrived! 😀 It’s the iconic Prada baroque sunglasses. (Thanks to my dear friend, Cris, for getting it for me! :D)
If you’ve seen my OOTD: Trendspotting post, I wore this pair already. I wasn’t able to take closer shots though as it was already getting dark at that time. Eeek, sorry! Anyway, here are some closer shots.
For the outfit details of the photo below, visit OOTD: Trendspotting post.
Obviously, I fell in love with the baroque detail. If you find it quite chunky, Prada now has minimal baroque and other variations as I shared in my Sunglasses for Fall Winter 2013 post.
Since most of my sunnies are black, I went for the rounded turquoise version.
And to dress up the look, here are the accessories I wore.
Since I was going to the mall that day, I went for comfortable wedge. It’s as comfy as wearing flats, but gives a little more height!
I also love how the straps were woven together to create a design that could go well even for dressy outfits.
I also clinched a belt to match my shoes and to add an accessory to the dress. It somehow hides the garter of the dress too, which I’m not really a fan of.
Green and orange go well together so I thought of using this tote. 😀
To dress up the ensemble, I wore a chunky gold necklace.
So, how did you like the look? 😉
Shoes: Pill Footwear (Instagram: @pillfootwear)
Sunglasses: Prada baroque
Necklace: SM accessories