Spotted & Snapped: Blue Lace & Coral Petals

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Lace has always been one my least favorite fabrics. For some reason, I’ve always find it less romantic and more granny. I have avoided wearing it, specially when it came back as a heavy trend summer 2012, but sometimes we find a piece that makes us fall in love so much that we change our minds.

This gorgeous blue lace dress from Style CTZN in Wynwood (only $60) it’s delicate, feminine and form-fitting. Since its Cadet Blue, I decided to make a contrast with a PrettyODD Boutique $20 coral necklace with stones in the shape of petals. What better way to complement the art deco flower designs on the lace than petals?

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With HGTV’s David Bromstad

I wore this outfit to the exclusive 1st year Anniversary soiree of Beauty brand Theorie at Soho Beach House. This top of the line beauty brand its beloved among celeb hair stylists because it leaves your hair healthy, shiny and styled as a star! I kept the outfit simple with Christian Louboutin Raffia peep-toe heels and a coral snake-skin clutch.

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El encaje es una tela de la cual gusto muy poco porque siempre la he visto más como para abuelitas que romántica. He evitado usarla incluso cuando llego como una tendencia fuerte en el verano 2013, lo que demuestra que no debes seguir tendencias a menos que te identifiques con ellas, pero aveces encuentras una pieza de la que te enamoras y te hace cambiar tu manera de pensar.

Este hermoso vestido de encaje azul lo encontré en la boutique Style CTZN en Wynwood (por solo $60) y me fascinó porque es delicado, femenino y da buena forma. Debido al tono profundo de Cadete Azul decidí contrastarlo con este collar de piedras de PrettyODD Boutique ($20!) en forma de pétalos en tono coral. Que major manera de complementar el diseño de flores art-deco del vestido que pétalos?

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Style CTZN with Marc Harris “Barbie” art

Este atuendo me lo coloqué para el 1er Aniversario de Theorie en el Soho Beach House. Esta línea de productos de belleza es adorada por estilistas de celebridades porque deja el cabello brillante, saludable y estilizado como una estrella. Mantuve el estilo simple y clásico con unos tacones Christian Louboutin en raffia y una cartera de piel de culebra estilo sobre en color coral.

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26 thoughts on “Spotted & Snapped: Blue Lace & Coral Petals

  1. Love that dress! Lace is awesome, but I don’t have very many lace pieces. Love how you can mix up the dress so well with different accessories ❤

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  2. First of all – CONGRATS! What an amazing opportunity. Second – Adore the lace paired w/ the fun statement necklace. Great combination. ❤

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