Let’s get ruffled

This weekend, I tried, again, to go over the weather’s whims. Especially, as it began to rain right when the pool party was in full swing. Fortunately, I managed to put into practice the idea for today’s shooting, which took place in silence. Without any thunder or lightning.


The A-shaped, red-orange dress from H&M, towards which I would like to draw your attention, was simply a „coup de foudre” since the first time I entered the H&M showroom. I loved the vibrant color which I considered more than appropriate for a pool party.


And while I’m very picky when it comes to wrinkles or strips of material applied to clothes, I did not object anything about the ruffles around the neck, located on the back of the dress or the sleeves. On the contrary, with contrasting colors and made from different materials, this gives the dress a sophisticated touch.


And… if I opened the topic of ruffles, you probably already know that they can mask or balance the proportions of the body. If you do not want to draw attention to a certain area of the body, make sure ruffles are present elsewhere. In addition, it would be preferable to choose dresses that have few ruffles higher rather than tens of tiny ones.


The rules says that when you wear a dress like this you should avoid accessories. I never obeyed this rule. You already know me. That doesn’t mean I exaggerated. The earrings from Laura 8 and the Vintage belt came as a natural addition to the outfit.






Sandals: Zara
Earrings: Laura8
Belt: Vintage
Photo: Csilla Szasz

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