DOLCE VITA

I clearly love Dolce & Gabbana’s ultra-femininity, which has always represented the quintessence of the Italian dolce vita for me: the 60’s, the sun, femininity, voluptuousness, grace and love.

(And pasta)

(And Aperol Spritz)

(And Italian men).

Anyways.

This light, fluid silk dress is divinely cut and equally well corseted. To be perfectly frank, only Dolce & Gabbana could create a strapless, polka dot dress that is not ridiculous in the slightest and furiously feminine.

To be sure, my short hair and rather small “arguments” allow me to avoid the bimba look. Knowing how to dress with regards to your body type is the first rule of style a woman should master 😉

 

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Marquis Paris - La Rochelle Fashion

Dolce Gabbana dress – François Pinton sunglasses – Larone Artisans clutch – Vintage necklace – Prada heels

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