If there’s one abundant kind of clothing in my wardrobe it would be the lace dress. I sure have them in different colours though I can only wear it mostly on the warmer days. Last week I wore this deep red contrast embroidered dress with lace. Hubby my photog and I celebrated our anniversary and I thought this […]

Red Embroidered Lace Dress

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Red lace dress blog

If there’s one abundant kind of clothing in my wardrobe it would be the lace dress. I sure have them in different colours though I can only wear it mostly on the warmer days. Last week I wore this deep red contrast embroidered dress with lace. Hubby my photog and I celebrated our anniversary and I thought this would be the cutest dress without even trying. On our way to dinner we spotted this quaint house with white fence overflowing of white roses. Though we’re 5 minutes late we got to stop, that moment had to be captured.

Zara lace dress

This dress I got from Zara reminded me of Self-Portrait kind of style though I didn’t grab it the first time I laid my eyes on. A few weeks later this style was completely gone and that’s when I sort of regretted it, ahhh! But just right before heading towards the door I spotted this last piece on the messy rack with 70% off. And it’s just exactly my size, talking about being lucky sometimes 🙂

YSL Tribute sandals Chanel flap bag

  I paired it with my nude YSL Tribute sandals. I opted for simple silver accessories alongside with my silver classic Chanel flap bag. Wearing outfit with lace details is an effortless way to look glam so I will do it again on my next post for our anniversary lunch. Yea yea, any reason will do to eat out and take pictures 🙂

What to wear to anniversary dinner

Anniversary dinner blog

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Outfit Details:

Red dress from Zara
Tribute heels from Saint Laurent
Bag from Chanel

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