A pretty pink bardot dress and trainers: has enough time passed since Lily Allen’s 2006 for this look to be ok again? Either way, here we are. I like that the lightweight cotton fabric of the dress makes it sort of casual, in spite of the almost prom dress like silhouette. It’s also my fave blush pink shade and, wait for it, HAS POCKETS!! I paired it with my PLAY CDG trainers and slightly aggressive ‘go away’ Lazy Oaf tote.
Joel and I took these photos at the Serpentine Pavilion, which is currently home to this impressive installation by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. The way that the ‘unzipped wall’ looks changes completely depending on the perspective of the viewer; from a distance it is massive and overbearing, from an angle it is solid and opaque, but when looking at it straight on you can see right through it. MAKES U THINK, HUH?
Dress – ASOS*
Trainers – Converse x Play Comme Des Garçons (similar)
Bag – Lazy Oaf*
Photos by Joel / Gallucks
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Hannah this is so beautiful! I am the queen of trainers with a dress (so comfy, so cool) and you’ve really styled it beautifully here 🙂 I LOVE the dress oh my.
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That dress is just super cute, so dang cool Hannah x
I’m not usually a dress person but I can appreciate this look. I’m just all about these photos, really really beautiful! Amazing backdrop.
Gorgeous dress, love your photos. Sophie x
I love how you styled the dress! So different from the current bardot styles we tend to see. Your tote bag is amazing, and the display at the Serpentine Pavilion, it makes such an amazing background for photos as well haha 😉
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The setting of these shots it amazing, I love the full length ones with the whole structure in!
Infinity of fashion// Lucy Jane
wow this is so cool!
I how you’ve paired up such feminine dress those shoes! It looks so cool and casual! Love it! Fab photos as well!