My dear friends, the Night of the Dead approach … Are you ready to put on your best clothes from beyond the grave? As you can see, I did not wait for October 31 at night to be (almost) all in black to celebrate Halloween. My look is ready! I just have to modulate the desired effect with makeup (such as Kate Moss, easy to reproduce).
Seriously, I love this tutu dress effect (already seen here in sports chic version). 1 dress, 2 looks and 2 different styles! This time, I explore the “Victorian Romantic” potential of the dress. Granted, it really has nothing to do with my first look, it goes from one extreme to another and yet it is still my own style code and my personality, it’s just that I’m having fun with fashion, trends and basic items from my dressing
Let’s talk about this look, I love this dress for material mix and match between the transparent lightness of gauze and small velvet bag and the suptil transparencies between the top in lace, the tulle of my dress and fishnet socks.
So tell me all! You are more “Streetwear Chic” or “Romantic Goth”?
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Photos : Mathilde from Au Petit Imprevu
Veste / Vest : Jennyfer – Robe / Dress : Urban Outfitters – Top en dentelle / Lace Top : & Other Stories – Pantalon / Pants : Zara – Mocassins / Loafers : Asos – Chausettes / Socks : Calzenodia – Sac / Purse : Mango – RAL / Lipstick : Sisley – Phyto Lip Twist, color 13 Poppy – Collier / Necklace : from London