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I don’t miss you anymore…

Hello again sweeties,

I’m back with a very special look. As it’s Sunday and you know that Sundays I just love to share with you some elegant outfits to inspire each and one of you, today I’ve chosen to feature this beautiful dress from Agnes Mira Rosa, a Polish designer who’s currently established in the UK. For the current collection, this is to note: “The new fangled Agnes Mira Rosa collection takes inspiration from the history of the female form, specifically from female artists such as Sarah Lucas to photographers such as Nan Golden, exploring elements such as the female gaze and the female forms beauty. 

As a metaphor, the collection is punctuated with beautiful flowers, hand crafted from net wool, much in the same ways as Coco Chanel used the Camilla in her own work, to represent beauty and also to make a poignant statement. 

The collection is punctuated with a subtle muted pallet of off-whites, rose pinks and earthy blacks. The collection can be worn for a variety of occasions, for Christmas evening occasions to winter weddings or romantic dinners. Fabrics used include French net, soft silks and satins, which fashion soft and sultry silhouettes, featuring various skirt lengths. 

The new Agnes Mira Rosa collection has a romantic and airy feel, flattering the Agnes Mira Rosa’s woman’s silhouette, ideas and thoughts.”

This beautiful dress I have from the collection was paired with my oldie Zara sandals and New Look clutch. As for the accessories I went with this gorgeous Azuni London Athena necklace available at Lili Shopping and H&M bracelet.

The amazing result along with a song I totally love and which I think it captures the outfit’s beauty:

What I wore:

– Anges Mira Rosa dress ( find it here )

– Zara sandals

– New Look clutch

– Azuri London necklace ( find it here at Lili Shopping)

– H&M bracelet

So, how do you like the look? I personally love the dress’s design and the fabric.

Thank you for visiting the blog and I do hope I’ll see you tomorrow for another post.




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