If bell sleeves are over, someone please send me a memo. Until then I guess I will be wearing them. I like this dress mostly because of the colour. How pretty is this shade of green? 😍 Honestly I'm not the biggest fan of green clothing, I think no one actually is. Except for the green lady, if you don't know who she is google her. Basically a lady who wears green clothes, dyes her hair green and lives in a house full of green furniture. Even a door to her house is green. Now where was I? Yes, the dress. It's not the exact screaming green the green lady wears (dear brain, please stop remembering the green lady) it's more that kid off green that's close to blue. Is there such thing as a blue lady. Excuse me while I google the blue lady. I did, don't do it, it's pretty scary. And also a name of  a perfume I've never heard about. Anyways, the colour is pretty, but I'm not so sure about the cut.

You probably remember this cut from circa 2010, yes back when even Kim Kardashian wore feminine clothes. I saw a movie from 2012. recently and I remembered the super feminine dresses that were popular back then. It all came back to me. Peplum, super tight pencil skirts, florals and lace in abundance. Does it ring any bell? I would put this dress among those 2010-ish cuts. Not that there's anything wrong with them, I just prefer fashion these days, more minimalistic, 90s inspired, striving to become androgynous. That's my kind of clothes. Or anything from circa 2007, aka Gossip Girl inspired clothing, you can't go wrong with that. And of course styles form different eras of the 20th century, but I'll leave that story for another post. If you still have some items left from that ultra feminine era (who doesn't, we don't clean our closets that often after all) feel free to wear them. Like I did with this dress. I still liked the way my outfit looks, I still had fun. And that's the only thing that matters.

Fashionmia dress
Asos shoes
Mango bag
Saint Laurent sunglasses
Skagen watch
Ti Sento ring