One basic dress styled two ways

Hello, it has been a while since I posted on here. Sorry about that, but now I’m back. Today I wanted to share an Audrey Hepburn and a City Chic look with one of my favourite dresses from Kal Rieman. I’d say is one of my favourite basic dresses for Summer & Srpig looks. The dress is made of Italian cotton designed for warmer days and vacations with a flattering shape that works for all body types. It is perfect for warmer weather or travels. Wear it as a dress, layer it over your favourite slim bottom, or wear it unbuttoned as a duster. The options are endless. Below are two looks I styled the dresses.

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Audrey Hepburn Inspired look

I am absolutely in love with Audrey’s style and always have been. As a little girl, I watched her movies and thought she was so beautiful. Since she has been an icon my whole life, I’m channelling my inner Audrey Hepburn style in the first look. Channelling Audrey’s style doesn’t require much effort; all you need is simple capsule pieces put together. Today, I wanted to show you an Audrey Hepburn-inspired in which I wore last weekend. I had my GF over for the weekend since it was her 40th birthday. I paired the dress with a trench coat, headscarf, straw bag and Bottega heels to achieve the look: “I am going to the farmer markets somewhere in the South of France.”

City Chic look

I had my GF over for the weekend since it was her 40th birthday, and we walked her dog, had a drink on the patio since it was gorgeous weather. Vancouver is wonderful when the sun is out in the Spring season. I wore the dress with mule heels to have a drink on the patio, and later I swapped the heels for a comfy pair of shoes and added a trench coat to keep me warm while I join my girlfriend walking her dog.

Hope you love both the looks! Wish you a fabulous week ahead!

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Aurela Nasedkin

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