ONE DRESS - TWO STYLES : #2 the Harvard way
As I told you in the first part of this series “One dress, two styles”, I wanted to show you my Moneta in an other way. Because, in the end, as a sewing blogger, we often blog about our latest makes speaking entirely about it. You may stylise it with accessorize, but we don’t often show the different way to wear it for the future. I found interesting to show you how I like to wear this Moneta dress.
For this style, I gave more of a professionnal style to my dress. I’m wearing it with a blazer and vintage heels. As a matter of fact, the knit dress is not really a fancy garnement, but it is so comfortable! I could wear these dresses every single day for any occasion if I could. As I like to wear this dress for work, I wanted to find accessorizes to be a bit more fancy for some meetings.
I had this blazer jacket in my closet for ages – like literally ages – I bought it during my university years in Belgium. I loved the style of it, but I couldn’t find any clothes to go with it. Well I may have found , but I felt too fancy every time, and didn’t like the style on me. When I tried it with my Moneta, it was perfect! I was so happy to finally take it out of the closet and feel good in it.
During our Easter week-end in Massachusetts, we spent a morning in…. Harvard University of course! You can’t go to Boston and not go to Harvard. This university has been established in 1636 by John Harvard and is one of the most famous in the world. The Harvard yard is open to public, so you can go and visit it by yourself, or ask for a tour guided by a student. We enjoyed this visit a lot, and took the opportunity to shoot this look here!
The university is located in Cambridge, on the other side of the Charles River. It’s as well the area where our hotel was, it is very nice and well located : restaurants, cafés, bars, I highly recommend you this neighbourhood if you’re looking for somewhere to stay.
So, tell me now : which look do you like the most ? The casual look or more dressed up ? Have a nice Tuesday everyone!
Pattern : Moneta, Colette Patterns
Size : XS
Jacket : Zara (old)
Photographs : Harvard University, Massachusetts.