One Dress Two Looks – Series Four

Web_DSC0011Continuing my previous minimal look…
Here I added a little black blazer and I almost threw a scarf on, but I chose to keep the neckline clean. The heeled sandals have been replaced by my ankle boots and my wide brimmed hat has been swapped by a straw fedora.

It doesn’t require many changes to give the same dress a new look.
When I’m bored with one dress, I try different accessories to add different colours and ‘spice things up’! As a wearer, I feel refreshed again in a re-styled ensemble.

What is it that they say? ‘Change is as good as a holiday’!! πŸ˜‰

Photographed by: Bill Kokas

22 comments

    1. Thank you Heath. :-*

  1. Love this, gorgeous! x

    1. Thank you Hollie. Cheers~ x x

  2. Thanks for your visit you are a welcome…
    beautiful photographs πŸ™‚

    Soul.

    1. Likewise Soul.
      I enjoy visiting your VISUAL DIALOGUE! πŸ™‚
      Thank you for viewing some of my earlier blog posts!

  3. Fia Essen · · Reply

    “Change is as good as a holiday.” That’s a great line. And now that you’ve been picking up the slack from your missing colleagues for 5 weeks, you deserve a good holiday!

    White dress, red ankle boots, little black blazer… I just love the boldness of your brand of minimalist. It’s fresh, courageous, and effortlessly stylish.

    Have a wonderful week!

    HUGS,
    Fia

    1. Oooooohhhhh thank you for your wonderful compliments Fia. πŸ™‚
      You too, have a lovely week!

      Love & hugs… X

  4. Yum! Beautiful…

    1. Thank you Rich! X

  5. Love those red boots! πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you! πŸ˜‰

  6. deutschtrailers · · Reply

    You look beautiful and sexy in this picture, thank you very much for sharing it and happy weekend Vivala Viv…πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment! X

  7. Beautiful! ❀ Your shoes are amazing!

    http://www.sillycrazylove.com

    1. Thank you Thays! :-*

  8. Black and white with a touch of red, wearable fashion is, more often than not, defined by colours. But it is here that I admire Vivienne’s personal identity!

    1. Cheers~ Margie; so happy to hear this lovely feedback from you! X

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