1920’s Summer Dress Outfit

And another dress outfit on the blog! This one reminds me of the 1920’s because of the square neckline, the fitted waistline and the light fabric. I don’t know if you can see it but the dress has a delicate flower print (tiny blue, white and red daisies). This summer dress is perfect for hot summer days and I accessorized it with my blue bag Pliage by Longchamp and blue wedges. It was not done on purpose but the beautiful hydrangeas flowers behind me are matching my outfit 🙂

You can have a better shot at the top of the dress here, the bow makes everything in this look:

1920's summer dress with my blue bag Pliage Longchamp and matching wedges. The photo was taken on the Sea Wall in Vancouver and behind me you can spot beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

1920's summer dress with my blue bag Pliage Longchamp and matching wedges. The photo was taken on the Sea Wall in Vancouver and behind me you can spot beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

1920's summer dress with my blue bag Pliage Longchamp and matching wedges. The photo was taken on the Sea Wall in Vancouver and behind me you can spot beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

1920's summer dress with my blue bag Pliage Longchamp and matching wedges. The photo was taken on the Sea Wall in Vancouver and behind me you can spot beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

1920's summer dress with my blue bag Pliage Longchamp and matching wedges. The photo was taken on the Sea Wall in Vancouver and behind me you can spot beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

My blue bag Pliage Longchamp
My blue bag Pliage Longchamp

Here is a closer look at my wedges:

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Did you like this look? Let me know in the comment down below! See you soon on the blog. Lots of love lovely readers!

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