And another staple in my wardrobe: colorful trousers. I must at least have 5 of them (pink, orange, kaki, blue and coral) but coral holds a special place in my heart. The easiest way to make this beautiful and summery color pop out is to coordinate it with softer tone like white, beige, navy blue or even black.
I was doing a little bit of closet cleaning the other day (not much to do as I'm currently living out of a suitcase or two, can't wait to go back to France in December and bring my wardrobe back to Vancouver) and noticed I was almost only wearing nude shoes for summer which is actually no surprise at all.
It's done, I got rid of my old, bleached in the sun shorts. So I went hunting for a new pair because let's be honest, this is the most comfortable way to survive a heat wave. When I think of the old days when ladies were not allowed to wear trousers let alone shorts, I feel lucky to be born in the 20th century.
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.