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Flirty Paris

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song_of_style_dvf_5song_of_style_dvf_4I’m a lover of color when it comes to dresses, but I fell in love the beautiful black and white graphics on this DVF dress. I love the fit and flare silhouette as I find it really flattering for my body and it’s so feminine and flirty!

I was going to wear it with a coat in Paris since it’s chilly but thankfully it was a warmer day, so I styled it with my coral leather jacket. So glad it warmed up because it would’ve been a bummer to cover the flirty skirt part with a long coat!song_of_style_dvf_6song_of_style_dvf_7song_of_style_dvf_3So glad I brought this mini DVF bag with me to Paris since it’s small and super convenient for my necessities. I wore it almost everyday from sightseeing to dinner parties. I love the snakeskin pattern on the bag and the gold hardware.song_of_style_dvf_8song_of_style_dvfLet’s talk about these cork heels. How cool is the cork material? I don’t know if it’s because of the kitten heels or not, but these are so comfortable! I walked around Paris in these heels and was totally fine!song_of_style_dvf_back

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  1. I always love your jackets. By the way, I briefly mistook the fun title “Flirty Paris” with “Filthy Paris” when I opened this post through bloglovin! hahah for a moment there I thought you were pissed off with Paris hahahaha

  2. these photos are wonderful, you look stunning.
    i agree the bag is a keeper. great size

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  4. Love this outfit! Posted this onze Tumblr (with source off course) hope you dont mind!

  5. Great outfit, everything is perfect, i love the way you matched that jacket with that skirt, it was brillant and the color of the jacket is very beautiful, perfect for a sunny day.
    L.A

  6. This is a really nice dress and it’s definitely versatile. Pairing it with a jacket for cooler days and wearing it as is looks just as good.

  7. I am obsessed with that DVF dress omy goodness I want in my closet right now. That flowy skirt is so flattering on everyone because if you are heavier on bottom it covers everything. Perfect for pear type bodies. I also love the flare because it is so romantic. It makes it fresh girly and fun. The black and white paired with the orange jacket is so presh because I really like how the jacket shines if it was a plain leather jacket I dont think it would translate as well. And the cross body is a must reptilian print is sooooo in right now and i really like how you pattern mixed. The only thing i would do differently is a black lace up heel sandal with a higher inch heel would really make the dress look sooo GORG but great look!
    :)
    http://www.fionabrookslifestyle.com

  8. You’ve inspired me so much to venture out into the realm of prints and patterns. I used to wear mainly solid colors, but ever since I started following you a year ago, I’ve been really loving mixing and matching patterns.

    Maggie
    http://www.clothestomidnight.com

  9. Your outfit is just the perfect one for spring in Paris. Black and white with a little bit of colour. Yes, I’m definitely in love. And the heels are amazing. I really need comfy heels for the warmer seasons. xx

  10. Love the way you have combined both a print and a bold color in the same outfit. None takes away the attention from the other, neither the dress, jacket nor the bag.

    A great outfit for a pear shaped body like mine. I am a big fan of wearing dresses with a jacket, they add so much more life to the outfit. This is a good idea I am going to try it :)

  11. Njomza says on March 10, 2014

    Lovely outfit, I love everything you wear.
    Only I have one question: How do you go without freezing wearing sandals and a mini skirt in February in Paris?
    It may sound dumb, but I always wonder: how come bloggers are not cold?

  12. This whole outfit is perfection! Love your blog – it’s always my go to when trying to figure out new ways to wear clothes. Thanks for the inspiration!