This morning I got inspired by a the black-and-white flowers pattern on a an amazing summer dress that my daddy got me in a small boutique in Canada (no, he wasn’t on a vacation- it’s time to mention my family lives in Canada while I’m here in a small, amazing country called Israel).
Then black- and white it is…I took out my lather high heels sandals (for those who don’t know Israel is a warm country- even in the winter) and started to match some jewelry to the outfit, when my sweet boyfriend (also time to mention I have one of those for the last 6 and half years) announced- “it’s going to be a freezing day with some moments of rain according to my smartphone“ (thank god for inventing smartphones)!
Well it is the middle of the winter, what on earth did I expect, a sunny warm day???- hem hem (some throat clearing)..…YES, I DID!!!
[To be honest they did mentioned something about snow up north and winds here in TLV (also known as Tel Aviv)-] that is a bummer!!!!
Through the window I could see the poor trees swaying from side to side (very violently) because of the strong, upsetting wind=> all my plans to the black-and-white inspiration outfit were gone (along with my smile).
BUT (and this one is a big but) some clouds and wind won’t prevent this need of mine to wear that particular dress!!!
So I got my white long sleeve body suite, black tights (someone once told me the right word is pantyhose…ammm interesting I just thought there are both right only preannounced differently in the States and UK) and a black handmade scarf mom got me!
And VOILA: I managed to wear summer items in a wintery cold day.
It’s all about doing the right matching and you can wear that summer dress or shoes you like so much even in the winter!!!
Here are two suggestion to wear the same summer dress in different looks:
(made via Polyvore)
Here you can see the finished product- tell me what do you think?..
Summer dress (from a small boutique in Canada-thank you daddy), shoes (Aldo), bodysuite (small store in a small city named Lod), handmade scarf (from my mommy), tights/pantyhose (Golden lady), cardigan (Canada)
[pictures by Liron Tichon]