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There's always this classy and feel-good vibe of wearing vintage. It's like wearing a piece of history. Rummaging through my lola, mom, and auntie's closets always scores me a piece or two of amazing pieces. This time, an aunt's dress found its way into my hands. I just had it customized to fit my size and customized to my preferred hem length.
I just accessorized it with a scarf from Trucco, platforms from Zara, bag from London, belt from SM Department Store, and a bright lip. I decided not to wear necklace, cocktail ring, or bangles since it will overwhelm the whole look.
The scarf is one of the most versatile items in a woman's closet. It can transform into a pashmina to keep you covered and warm, into a cover-up when you're at the beach, into a bag accessory for a fashionable take on the leather essential, or into a turban (just like what I did for this post) to cover your hair from the harmful rays of the sun (or to just look fasyon).
|The vintage dress from an aunt|
|The red lip pops out because of the color of the dress.|
The bamboo trees make for a great background since it makes the color of the entire outfit pop out. I love that nature is very fashion-friendly.
|Who would have thought that the once blah dress will look so chic when altered.|
|I love the versatility of the platforms. It goes great with a dress, with jeans, with short shorts, or with a skirt.|