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Spring was at its best - sun, rain, snow. But if the clouds don't let the sun through, it doesn't mean that we can't shine. And that is the program of this airy, playful coral vintage look.
If you are in the mood for timeless classics, my favorite label Boden is the right place. This floral wrap dress fits every figure even with pronounced lipedema on the arms, only a little bust size is required here. With a loose, short cardigan, you are well protected from the cool air, even for chilly days such as the shooting day, and above all you can cover your upper arms if you want. The peep toes can of course be replaced by flat shoes, which I would rather choose for a special occasion or for chic dining.
-"ALARM! ALARM! Michaela, it was raining on the day of the shoot. What are we going to do now?"
- “The same thing we try every evening, Pink… eh Caro. We are trying to usurp world domination. "
- "And with what?"
- "With a transparent umbrella."
The transparent umbrella was love at first sight and I think a new favorite accessory for rainy days was born. I'm practically counting the hours until I can combine it with my yellow rubber chucks!
Coral defies rain and welcomes the sun
The new trend color coral has taken my heart by storm and is just getting compliments everywhere. It is a beautiful spring and summer color and impresses with its soft, unobtrusive tone. And the combination with the white and blue dress takes the look to a whole new level. If you play with her skillfully or just let her look white, you will have created an airy, light outfit in no time. Koralle is available for all flat knit variants - in the pictures you can see them on the arms as mediven mondi esprit and mediven 550 as compression tights.
All new trend colors from average could you here see again in an overview.
Do you want to buy the coral vintage look?
Then you can find the links here:
Umbrella: The Amazon | Dress: ground | cardigan: Street One | Shoes: Deichmann | clutch bag: Hallhuber
This outfit was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern