Printed Dress with flamingos

Printed Dress with flamingos

How is your summer? Ours is being great, with the good weather that is doing we have been able to make many plans but also take time to go to the beautiful beaches that we have in the area. Speaking of beautiful places in Galicia, today I show you the pictures of the printed dress with flamingos  print that I made in the Torres de Oeste in Catoira. We had not planned to take pictures there, it had been a long time since I wanted to visit the location and when we arrived we fell in love with the sunset views. So we took the camera and immortalized the moment. I recommend you to visit it, because it is a very special place.

The combo of dress, espadrilles and big handbag is being the combo that I wear the most this summer. Because it’s a cool option to combat color, it’s a look that I can adapt to almost any occasion and the result is very feminine. Suede espadrilles have been one of my biggest purchases of rebates for its quality and comfort. I found it hard to find some espadrilles that did not have a lot of platform and Dadá have them so I’ll leave the link to their website below in case you also look for something similar. Finally, the gold earrings with a ring shape give an extra touch to the look, don’t you think? They are from the brand Diecisietecosas created by Patricia Martínez, a designer from Vigo who has us in love with her accessories. I also leave below the direct link to her website for you to take a look.

 

Printed dress with Flamingos

Vestido estampado Mango flamencos

Pendientes dorados Diecisietecosas. Blog moda Vigo.

Vestido verde estampado flamencos alpargatas ante

Cazadora denim mostaza Zara Men

Look verano vestido bolso cesta alpargatas

Vestido estampado flamencos

Bolso cesta vestido estampado flamencos

Vestido hombros descubierto Mango

Dress Mango

Golden earrings DiecisieteCosas

Denim jacket ZARA Hombre

Espadrilles Dadá

What did you think of the earrings and the espadrilles? Have you ever visit this place ‘Torres de Oeste’?

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