Green is good II.

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As I promised in my previous post, GREEN IS GOOD (see post HERE), I’m continue with presenting outfits in green colors. Elisa @elisafrancuzskamoda challenged me (kind of  🙂 ) to like green. I’m trying to push myself out of my blue comfort zone and try something new. And maybe find out if I can change my taste or at least broaden up my color palette. And don’t forget to check her IG feed. I’m sure that her fashionable taste influenced by France will pleased your eyes.

For my second presentation, I chose this beautiful dress with palm leaves print. Is there something better for the life on the tropical island? This dress is from ESPRIT. It found it in 50% discount, which makes me love it even more.  🙂 The dress is from very thin (but not see through) and breathable (for skin) fabric. This is very high on my list of requirements in this very hot and humid weather. It has also retro vibes.

We took picture in the Waterfall Aviary at Jurong Bird Park. There is one of the worlds tallest man-made waterfall (30 metres high). This was the fastest photo shooting ever. After a few shoots, the thunderstorm started. We were hiding on the sheltered terrace, waited for the storm to stop. This was one of these storms, that doesn’t matter if you have umbrella or not. You will be soaked. After one hour, the Bird Park employee saved us with big umbrellas and electric tram waiting for us before the entrance to transport us to the main entrance. Thanks to her, we made it home dry.  😎

Dress: ESPRIT

Shoes: ALDO

Bag: local market BALI

Bracelet: local market BALI

Earrings: boutique at Haji Lane

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