Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Black with Specles of Red Roses and Some Gold.

I present you outfit number two for today, worn on a Sunday to work. On the first photo - in case you are wondering - I am just holding the clear plastic holder of my business cards LOL, nothing special or fashionable. Anyway, I have mentioned somewhere that I love girly tops that tie at the neck and this is no exception. I own several though most of them are solid colors. I like the antique-looking red roses on this one and it even has tiny, sparkly gold metallic buttons. My earrings, bracelet and of course super-sparkly shoes, also show more gold. The shoes need to be worn in a little bit more though. They are plastic and they stretch but this was my first time wearing them and they weren't too comfortable though not too bad at all. Because of their style and color they feel and look like so much dressier than they actually are.

What did you do today? It continues to be insanely hot in my area. It sucks. What are the temperatures where you live at? On a positive note, I am feeling a lot better today, though my nose is still congested and I have a slight cold, still.

Black, Sleeveless, Silky Bow-Tie Blouse w/ a Red Rose Print: Express.
Black, Pencil Mini-Skirt: Express.
Elbow-Sleeve, Black, Cropped Cardigan: The Limited.
Antique Gold & Red Beaded, Vintage-Looking, Chandelier Earrings: The Limited.
Black & Beige, Semi-Precious Stone Bracelet w/ Gold Dragonfly Clasp: Vintage (Gifted).
Sparkly Gold, Plastic, Peep-Toe Flats: Simple Shoes.


  1. It's always sooo weird when you mention that you are working on a Sunday... i love this look. I'ts pretty and comfortable, i particularly like the shoes, those sparkly shoes !

    1. I do Marketing and Managing for the largest Bookstore in Albania so of course we are opened on Sundays too. I have the keys to the place so on thos weekend days I do work, the place wouldn't open up, unless I am there LOL. Actually on weekends it's usually when we do most of our business.

      The shoes are sparkly. They remind me of the red sparkly shoes from Kensas... But here I am wearing them in Tirana. They are 100% plastic, by the way.


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