Monday February 22nd, 2016

Right before winter and right after transition weather I bought an oversized, long sleeve dress. Usual story: it was love at first sight as I can’t resist to anything with the ‘oversized’ word on the tag. It was early November and it started to be a bit risky to run out there on bare legs, so I only had a couple chances to wear it. It has been hanging in my wardrobe since then, waiting for transition weather to come back again. Remember the Shirtdress Outfits post where I told you that I own a handful of winter dresses that don’t match in any way with black tights? This belongs there.

But… as we’re lately having weird weather in Barcelona, last week I grabbed it from the wardrobe and did a bare legs outfit. Whoa! It is a bargain I spotted at Zara (so unusual, huh?), a simple yet special pattern with a single pleat in the back and an asymmetrical bottom. What’s the point of it? As it’s such a different structure, to finish the outfit I only needed my brown leather booties. Voilà!

Winter dresses | Working Girl Lifestyle

Winter dresses | Working Girl Lifestyle

Winter dresses | Working Girl LifestyleDress and booties from Zara (both old)

Learn from the Voice of Experience: do not wear asymmetrical bottom dresses on a windy day. Weird butt guaranteed.

Winter dresses

While I pray for more sunny and balmy days till the arrival of Spring, I’m going to let me go through wool and knitwear and give some more chances to winter dresses.

Winter dresses | Working Girl LifestyleDresses from Cos

Winter dresses | Working Girl LifestyleKhaki dress from Mango / Funnel neck dress from Mango

A couple of days ago I showed you my all-time favorite striped dress and some of you asked where to buy it. I’m sorry it’s from 3 or 4 years ago, but you can take a look at Steven Alan or Zara because they have some striped goodies you’ll like!

Love to hear from you!


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