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Polka Dot, Midi Lady like, Open Back H&M Dress

Shoes Heels.com, dress H&M, Leather handbag unknown Ebay, Pom Pom unknown Winners, Earrings H&M
Good morning lovelies! Happy Saturday. I had promised a post about my road trip visit to Charleston but after having some technical difficulties with my pictures, I decided to share this outfit first instead. Charleston will come up in a few days, I promise.
I am also very excited to share this outfit. To be specific this H&M dress. The moment I saw it, I fell in love. It was everything I had been looking for in a while and in a perfect price range. Midi length, lady like style, polka dot like print, open back, slim on the body yet flowy. I love pieces that have an element of surprise. The front of the dress is perfectly demure. But just when you think you saw everything, I turn around and surprise, open back! Sexy no? I opted for a lacy bra à la Carrie Bradwshaw, but if you are lucky and can wear open back clothes without a bra, go right ahead. Nothing like showing off shoulder…

East Coast Road Trip to Savannah - Off the Sholder Top & Cutoffs

Shorts OneTeaspoon, off the sholder top bought in Mexico (no name), scarf Winners, earrings unknown
Howdy friends! Summer is slowly coming to an end and I have still not finished sharing with you outfits and pictures of my road trip through East Coast USA. I guess in a way I’m procrastinating so that I get to enjoy and reminisce of my travels for a longer period of time. Next stop on the road trip was Savannah, Georgia. Well, after Miami we stopped for a day at the Jacksonville Beach but continued straight to Savannah that same evening. I didn’t really take any pictures of Jacksonville Beach. It was just a beach town, but compared to everything we saw before, Jacksonville Beach kind of wasn’t as exciting. Oh, how easily we get spoiled, right? Savannah was quite a surprise for me. I didn’t research it at all before going. I just heard that it is a must see city on the east coast. I chose to be surprised, and surprised I was. Being of Easter European descent and having lived in Canada h…

Celebrating 30s is Not That Hard

As promised, I’m following up with one more outfit post this week. One thing I notice is that one of the  posts on my blog keeps getting the most view, even 3 years after it was posted. That was a post on turning 30, called Joining the 30s club. It seems to be a topic of interest for many women, most likely those about to turn 30. At the time it seemed like a bit deal for me too, but today, as I’ve turned 33, I’m very much comfortable with my age. 30s used to be a scary thought for me but now, I embrace them and feel more comfortable & happy in my skin then I ever have.
Today I’m sharing an outfit I wore for my birthday dinner (which was almost a month ago). I got this dress in a vintage store for a whapping $10. It was brand new. Oh how I love these fun cheap finds! The print reminded me of a cherry print form Dolce&Gabbana from a few seasons ago, but I also loved the style of the dress. It seems much shorter in these pictures then it actually is. For some reason my legs lo…