RED AND WHITE LOOK FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
If your outfit is similar to mine with a somewhat fifty percent red and fifty percent white combination, I do recommend wearing the white and red outfit during the day. It is perfect for a lunch date, a stroll in the park or maybe a picnic. If you must know, I have this mindset because I find that the whiteness of my dress is makes my outfit look brighter and brings out the loveliness of the outfit when the light shines upon it but it is not too much that the white is able to overshadow the attractiveness of the color red of the outfit.
You might be wondering why I didn’t use roses for this picture. I was thinking that the rose would overpower my outfit since I’m already wearing red. What I did was to match the sunflower design of the dress with the bouquet of flowers I’m holding. I didn’t buy sunflowers because they would also overshadow my outfit. I handpicked some flowers from a nearby flower shop on the side of the road and (messily) arranged them to my liking. This is what I would have worn for Valentine’s Day if I had the chance to celebrate it.
If you want to know about my dress then read on. I chose this dress because it looked lovely and I thought it was perfect for Valentine’s Day and every other occasion that requires me to wear red lol. The sleeve can be pulled back to make it look puffy and you can tie a bow on the side of the dress for a sweeter look. You don’t need to wear a camisole inside this dress since the sheer fabric is lined with a thicker white fabric except for the sleeves area.The sunflower print looks like polka dots from afar but nonetheless, it is still pretty even if it looks like polka dots.
IN THIS LOOKSammydress red and white sheer pleated dress; bow tied hat; red vintage socks; white pointy heel