Game of Thrones Inspired OOTD
If you guys didn't know where GOT is mostly filmed, although you should, the birthplace of pretty much all of King's Landing is Dubrovnik. This is where I spent the last glorious week of my life, exploring, instagramming and eating so much I had to wear dresses like this one.
I suppose this one was subconsciously inspired by Shae (why not Daenerys?!) as it has that Ancient Style design and print. It was almost unbearably hot during the September visits so this was perfect as it was flowy and a light material, with nothing covering my legs and arms. Plus it's "silk".
Here is a little closeup of all my outfit, which was minimally coloured but quite understated. I'm not one for actually wearing prints, but when in Rome...
The little blue bag added a much needed colour breakup and was quite delicate so goes with anything. I featured this also in my last post, so read over there if you'd like to see more!
This was taken on the Stradum which is a beautiful street, not dissimilar to St Mark's Square in Venice. I love the sophistication and pristine look of this, I mean who doesn't want to walk on shiny marble?!
My dress was purchased at a Beijing market so I assume it is unbranded. I love that it is 'one of a kind' and handmade, it makes it all that more special and memorable to me. It has a pink floral print and lots of ruched detailing which makes it very forgiving yet trendy at the same time. They had tons of prints, but this one spoke to me the most. I just added one more ring from Primark for a little extra evening sparkle.
This was during the only sunset we caught in Dubrovnik, and it was stunning! It just went perfectly with my outfit, so thanks sun! I also love the little bow tie at the shoulder, it's a little bit sexy but also very Blair Waldorf (my style icon). It comes with a matching belt, but thank god I didn't use it in this wind...
Here I am on the city walls, which is very reminiscent of GOT and having a bit of a Marilyn moment. My sandals from New Look were a must for heavy walking days and the pink rhinestones added a bit of glam to the typical tourist outfit.