Camel & Green Harmony

Hello my fashionistas!

Remember when I told you about how I made all my last shootings on and between the rainfall? In this post you will see how I was wrong about worrying that rain could ruin my shootings. These photos are probably my second favourite one. On first place is still my fave post Street Glow. If you accidentally miss it you can still check it HERE.

Early spring rainfall can be so magical. This is what this beautiful outfit needed. Rainy background to exalt green details on this outfit. Green, colour of nature suddenly becomes so brilliant under the rain drops.

I’m wearing most amazing beige under the knee dress decorated with soft white&green flower pattern. Structure of this dress is on a whole new level. Dress which makes your waist looking thinner, your silhouette slimmer and your legs looonger ;-). Yep, this is the most friendly dress I met this season. Gold buttons closure on the back makes this dress beautiful from any angle. It was endless love on the first sight.

Dress is from Blocco 88 store, my favourite fashion point in Bolzano. Its one of that rare places where they will help you to choose your styling but respecting your style and space. Here I discovered a very interesting Italian high street brands I will feature in my next outfits. If you are a fan of a Italian fashion you will be thrilled. I am already.

I wear my very old but still fave waterfall camel coat over the dress cause I adore that harmony between camel and green details. This wool coat is one of my favourite catch ever. I bought it few years ago on epic sale ;-), but even if you invest now in a coat like this you will still make a great deal. It’s timeless piece you gonna wear for years.

Satin green high heel boots with embroidered flower design is matching perfectly flower fantasy details on the dress. Harmony.

Since it was a pretty rainy day a perfect hair accessorial was definitely this beige cotton turban. Perfect to protect your hair from the rain drops and it looks super chic. I’m totally  obsessed with turbans. But quality made turbans can cost up to 100 €, trust me it seems like a simple deal but found a good one which looks expensive for a good price it’s not easy at all.

Yellow suede bag with a gold chain from Italian leather goods brand Cinti goes great with this outfit. I really love their shoes and bags. Its all manufactured in Italy, unique but not too expensive for a quality you get.

Dear readers I will take this opportunity to wish you a Happy Easter. Knowing myself I know I will attack poor chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs. Being moderate it’s just not my thing ;-).

Have a beautiful and peaceful Holidays with your friends, family..and yourself 😉

Outfit details

Dress – Blocco 88 HERE
Coat – Zara (old)
Shoes – Zara SIMILAR
Turban – SIMILAR
Bag – Cinti SIMILAR

All photos made and edited by Roberto Rotulo Official page

With love & gratitude,

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