Off-shoulders floral dress

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¡Buenos días!

¿Qué tal vuestro fin de semana? Este mes estoy tan saturada de trabajo que los sábados y domingos me saben a gloria y me sirven para cargar las pilas a tope.

Este vestido os lo mostré por IG Stories hace algunas semanas y es que aproveché un día de sol y calorcito para estrenarlo 😉

Good Morning!

What about your weekend? This month I’m overworking so I feel in heaven on Saturdays and Sundays. I need to be full of energy to face the rest of the week!

You could see this dress on my IG Stories a few weeks ago because I wore it on a sunny and warmth day 😉


Los estampados florales y el color rojo me encantan pero, ¿os cuento un secreto? El rojo es un color que me enamora en los demás pero que no veo para mí. Sé que es algo difícil de explicar pero que siempre me ha sucedido. No obstante, este vestido me gustó tanto (volantes, corte asimétrico, hombros al descubierto…) que me arriesgué con él. ¡Ya me diréis qué os parece!

Sé que con unas bonitas sandalias de verano (planas o con taconazo) y un capazo de mimbre quedará de lujo, pero ese día decidí darle un aire más cañero con los botines de tachuelas y la biker de cuero. Además, hacía buen tiempo pero soy bastante friolera 😉

Floral prints and red color are two things that I love but I’m going to tell you a secret. When I see red color on women I fall in love with it but I don’t feel pretty with it. I know it’s something difficult to explain but I always feel the same when I wear this color. However, I like this dress so much because of the ruffles, the asymmetric cut, the off-shoulders… so I risked with it. Do you think it looks good on me?

I know it will look gorgeous with a pair of summer sandals and a wicker bag but that day I was in the mood for a rocker style 😉





Vestido / Dress – Bershka – new

Biker – Mango – old

Botines / Booties – Glamorous – new

¿Qué os parece este look? ¿Os gustan las prendas rojas?

¡Besotes y feliz semana!

What do you think about the look? Do you like red clothes?

Kisses and have a nice week!

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