Dress: Art Deco Design Print tea dress from Lady Vintage // Petticoat: Sams Petticoat // Tights: eBay
Well hello there spring! You have been missed! Finally, the sun is back in Copenhagen, and I don’t have to freeze to death when we’re shooting outfit posts. It feels great, and I feel happier when the sun is out. The beautiful trees blooming in the background helps too.
Today I am wearing my Lady Vintage Art Deco Design tea dress (affiliate link), the print brings me back to my childhood, i think it has a “The Jetsons” kinda feel to it. I paired it up with my red Sams petticoat, to make it even more fresh and summerlike. I do like my outfits to be colorfull, and i feel the red petticoat gives the outfit more edge.
Now i’m off to an evening with my bestie and wine. Hope you all have a lovely Saturday!
Blouse: Basic from Message // Skirt: Pinup Couture Jenny Skirt in Ice Castle Snowflake Print // Petticoat: Doris Designs petticoat in Cornflower blue
I thought spring had arrived, the weather was lovely, and I already stored my winter coat away. I guess I was a bit too optimistic since this week has brought occasional snow and the thermometer is down to minus degrees again – It’s really cold!
Since the winter is back, I decided to make the best of it, and take my lovely castle snowflake skirt from Pinup Couture for an extra spin. This skirt is absolutely adorable, the colours are pale and the print is like a fairytale.
I bought the skirt at Pinup Girl Boutique in Los Angeles when I visited back in February, and I have been in love with it ever since.
Although this skirt is absolutely lovely, I am still hoping for the warmer weather to come back soon. It’s much more fun to wear some of the colourful summer dresses, and I don’t have to freeze when taking outfit posts.
Dress: Lady Vintage – Nautical print tea dress // Petticoat: Royal blue from Malco Modes // Petticoat: White petticoat from a danish store called PRAG
I don’t think I will ever get enough of nautical and sailor inspired dresses, they are my favourite to wear. I love everything about them from the print to the colour, it got my name written all over it. Needless to say – I fell in love on the spot, when Lady Vintage once again launched this nautical print, and I went ahead and bought it.
This time I decided to wear it a bit different, with two petticoats instead of one. The blue one is from Malco Modes, and the white one is a cheap one that I got in a local store, it’s less fluffy and more scratchy – but it works. Wearing two petticoats definitely, makes the dress much more full, but also so much more fun. I would probably not wear two petticoats for everyday use unless it’s two less full versions, but for special occasions, I would totally do it.
Happy Easter lovelies!
By the way… you can get this dress, and all of their other dresses 20% off at Lady Vintage (affiliate link) the discount code is EASTER20
Dress: Lady Vintage // Petticoat: Banned Apparel 23″ Aubergine petticoat
There is nothing like a warm spring day – is there? Those days can’t hold me back, I just want to go out and enjoy the weather for as long as I possibly can.
This Sunday the weather was above 15 celsius, and it was even warm enough to not wear a jacket. So I simply couldn’t resist putting in a summer dress and my aubergine coloured petticoat from Banned Apparal, and go for a walk in Frederiksberg gardens in Copenhagen.
This petticoat is my 4th from Banned Apparel, and I must admit that their petticoats are quite impressive. The petticoat is soft and very full. The fullness is similar to some of my other, and much more expensive ones, so you really get a lot of value for money with these petticoats.
I got this petticoat at Lucy London, they have a great variety of coloured petticoats and the prices are absolutely acceptable too.
Tea dress: Lady Vintage lemon print dress // Petticoat: Doris Designs cornflower blue // Tights: eBay
The Lady Vintage lemon print dress
This dress totally made my day! It got summer written all over it, and the lemon print is simply just too cute.
I already own quite a lot of tea dresses from Lady Vintage. This is probably my fifteenth dress to my addition of tea dresses. If you ask me, this model just has it all: the perfect length, an adorable lemon print and full circle skirt, which is perfect for petticoats.
Lady Vintage recently added a new detail to the dress: POCKETS. Who doesn’t love a dress with pockets? I really love pockets in a dress, and I just can’t wait to walk around all summer wearing this adorable lemon print dress.