I have been planning this outfit for more than a year, since I saw the Dolce and Gabbana FW 2013 collection. Another source of inspiration was their Jewelry collection shooting with Bianca Balti.
I was hunting for a nice spot for this and when two of my favourite people on Instagram posted photos from this place, I knew that was IT.
I have been having this dress since I was in 5th grade (and you can see it is now a bit too short), then I got the necklace at some H&M sales last summer (and I acted like I got in heaven), then I got as a gift the open-toe lace sandals and the bag was the last one. It is actually the piece I love the most out of this outfit (and probably out of my entire wardrobe). It was my grandma’s in her young years and it is in a perfect condition. I have attached to it a Meli Melo scarf from 2013 and the outfit was complete. As you can see, I like wearing pieces with a (hi)story.
The mural art is done by Lucian Bărăitaru and it is part of the Dincolo de Fațade project.
(Left – Romanian singer Margareta Pâslaru, Right – Romanian singer Anda Căpraru)
It is located on one of the fewest exterior stairwells that have remained in Bucharest and you can access either from the Patriarchy or from the Ienăchiță Văcărescu street. The stairwells are not in an excellent condition as you might see from the photos and the area looks like it will fall apart at the first earthquake, but besides these aspects, everything is really nice!
I hope you liked the photos!
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Have a great day and never stop exploring!