Lady in Red

There is one thing I love more than black, and that happens to be black with a pop of color. In this case, a pop of red is the perfect way to get you into the holiday spirit. I love to pair this adorable (and extremely comfortable) swing dress with this tweed and leather coat, black tights and black booties.

Dress: ASOS (I also LOVE this one from ASOS and this one from Rag & Bone), Coat: Zara (here’s the look for a little less from ASOS), Tights: ASOS, Booties: Miu Miu, old (here’s a similar pair from BCBG and another by Jessica Simpson), Earrings: Vintage Chanel (similar HERE and HERE), Nail Polish: “Butler Please” by Essie.

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8 Responses to Lady in Red

  1. Joe says:

    Lovely dress and tights!

  2. Eve says:

    You look lovely!

    • Mary says:

      I’ve just bought a few bdoocyn-style skirts in wild colours which feel so elegant and grown up because of the mid-calf length! It’s amazing the difference an extra 15cm of skirt can make :) Loving the brush strokes on your dress xxAnna (My Design Ethos)

  3. Chelsea says:

    Love how you stay true to your black aesthetic while looking holiday appropriate! Gorgeous as always.

    • Djamel says:

      I can’t believe you’re not on my bogrloll yet (I thought you were?), but you are now as soon as I’m done typing this! I adore your blog and soooo covet those Acne wedges … thinking about a pair for myself, though I have such an abundance of black leather wedges and I’ve been saving for those ridiculous DSquared spine heel boots. Are the Acnes comfortable? My Atacomas are relatively comfortable; took a little practice, but I get a ton of wear out of them even still. Keep up the wonderful posts, I love it! xo

  4. mold says:

    hi It’s a nice post.

  5. Great coat Zara has the best coats !

    Breakfast at Cindi’s

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