Saturday, 13 August 2016

The Dress

Do you have a dress which stands out from the rest of the dresses you have? The one you want to wear only for special occasions, the one you cherish...

This dress I can describe as the one. It was bought from MATSOUR'I. Designer from Germany makes these gorgeous dresses which you should definitely check out. What can I say, beautiful designs and high quality! All the dresses are chic and elegant looking.

The dress I have is in navy blue color with red and yellow flowery print. What I like is that flowers are a bit bigger but they do not fully cover the whole dress. It is a tea-length type with three-quarter sleeves. The fabric of the dress is thicker than of a simple dress. The main material is cotton. 
I call this dress royal. Not because how the dress looks like but because of the feeling I get wearing it. I feel queen-like. Maybe the model of the dress forces me to straighten my back. Anyway, I like feeling this way. Not an everyday sense.

The question is how long will the dress be special. I believe, that as the time passes this kind of dress will be replaced by other extraordinary dress. Which is not a bad thing because with each dress we create different special memories. There are plenty of ordinary clothes that you can feel happy about how they look on you. Cherish the dress because of its memories not because you look good with it in the mirror. 

Tell me about your special dresses :)

Love, S
4 comments on "The Dress"
  1. This dress is gorgeous! I love the blue with the red florals x Would you like to follow each other on Bloglovin, GFC, and Google+, I've followed you!!x


  2. Ah such a sweet post, I liked reading your words on the dress. It’s definitely one of those pieces you could imagine a princess wearing as it’s gorgeous. Lovely photos too! :-) xx

    Helen | Helens Fashion & Beauty Blog

  3. Nice photos!

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