Monday, 7 September 2015

Outfit - Taste of Tartan

     As some people may know, I'm pretty proud to be Scottish anyway, but this tends to get elevated when I'm away from my own country, especially with no other Scots around. So when I was out shopping in Hong Kong one day, I couldn't resist this tartan patterned dress, as a little reminder of my homeland. It also falls into my usual colour palette and style of dress, and of course, is nice and light for the heat here. The ankle boots also remind me of home, as I'm a big fan of boots, but it's more difficult to wear them when it's so warm here, but I can just about stand ankle boots. I didn't bring all my jewellery with me (leaving many of my favourite pieces at home, for safety), but this has allowed me to revisit some pieces I don't wear as often, like these earrings I'd nearly forgotten about!

Taste of Tartan | outfit of short green tartan dress, with brown ankle boots and silver jewellery


Taste of Tartan | outfit of short green tartan dress, with brown ankle boots and silver jewellery

Taste of Tartan | outfit jewellery details of silver star dangly earrings, silver knot ring and dark red nail polish

Taste of Tartan | outfit jewellery details of black and silver tribal pendant necklace, worn with green tartan dress

Taste of Tartan | outfit of short green tartan dress, with brown ankle boots and silver jewellery

Taste of Tartan | outfit details of brown suede buckled ankle boots

Taste of Tartan | outfit of short green tartan dress, with brown ankle boots and silver jewellery

Dress & Necklace - Forever 21, Boots - Ziga
Earrings & Ring - Gifts, Nail Polish - 'Malaga Wine' by Opi

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