blue is the new black

blue is the new black

The colour of this winter, blue. But the darker tone, because that’s the new black

This winter we see lots of different dark tones in the collection. I like to wear black as well but sometimes I want something different, though I like the dark colours. We will be wearing this dark tone of blue, navy so it’s actually a fact that navy blue is the new black. It’s just as easy to wear, to combine and it goes with every complexion.

lovely lace

Lace makes each dress a little more special, elegant and even chic. These three dresses are all different but have one thing in common, lace. Which makes it even more difficult to choose! The dresses below are from Junarose and are available in sizes 40EU up to size 52EU. The fabrics are soft and sheer, so they have a lovely drape.


Aren’t these the perfect holidays dresses? What I love about these is that you can also wear it for different occasions. When you would wear these dresses with heels, a nice pair of tights and beautiful jewellery you look very dressed up, perfect for a dinner party or going out. However, would you wear this with black dense tights, biker boots & a leather jacket you’re good to go shopping. Depending on how you style these, it can work both ways.

basic blue

Stylish, elegant and simple and these versions of the navy blue dresses. All are different as well, especially when it comes to shape. They’re available in sizes EU 40-52 and from Junarose, which I shopped at OTTO.


Aren’t these just one of those always good to wear dresses, because you can style them all year long. I never look at the season when I shop dresses, wether it’s short sleeves or not, I still shop them in winter as well. It all depend on how I want to combine it. Depending on the style, I even wear long sleeves or a blouse underneath a dress so why only look at dresses with sleeves? The baggy dress I’d wear with a heavy knitted cardigan, dense tights and boots. The chiffon dress I’d wear with a pair or tights, lacquered boots and a long necklace. The kimono dress I’d combine with faux leather leggings. sneakers and fitted longsleeves underneath.


Each items you can adapt to your own style. The holidays are coming and it’s fun to dress up! So update your look by adding a pair of glitter tights, lace socks in your (open toe) shoes or lacquered details like shoes or handbag. Don’t forget about the accessories. A beautiful clutch, a nice scarf or a little belt can upgrade your look. Use a nice make up, red lips and sparkling jewellery to finish the outfit.

which type of dress suits you best?

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