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Rosegal windowshopping

Everybody knows move is a disaster. It's like a hurricane! That's my I'm more of window shopping blogger right now that an actual style blogger. My apt looks way better now and I have far more space for clothes, so yeah I'm happy. That on the other hand doesn't mean I wouldn't love to blog more.
But for now I'm a window shopper and I'd love to take you with me to some new shop I've recently found. It's fab and yes, it totally took away from apt stuff which is never easy.
But wonderful Rosegal made it real for me. All of those summer garments are amazing and totally making me inspired for summer brake. Navigation is supereasy so I didn't think twice how to use the shop. Look what I've added to my fave list.
I've found several best pieces from each summer must have category: a dress, a romper and a swimsuit. You can easily survive summer with this items only. First of all, a dress. I'd go for something not too bright, a little nautical (because nautical is always a yas for summer), cute, more or less short and not too tight. I don't know how about you but I do prefer feeling more air during the summer and be more girly than sexy. This dress from Rosegal is deginitely something I'd wear all the time!

red and blue jumpsuit from Rosegal
 Next nominee? A romper. In my point of view jumpsuit must be bright, fan and not messing up with your body. Again I'd go for something shorter. A bright color might be a mix of blue and red so here is the short jumpsuit! Don't you think this bow is perfect to make you feel better about your waist? I also love the neckline there - very comfy and cute.
A swimsiut. I don't know what to say. This option is perfect for a sun day in the beach area with lots of jumps and laugh. My overall? it makes me feel better about my belly and it's far harder to show something I don't want to. This comfy strapped, cute striped swimsuit caught my eye at ones. Plus look at this tiny skirt? Isn't it gorgeous?


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Lyosha

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Comments

  1. That is seriously one of the cutest bathing suits I've seen all year! I want it :) Thanks for sharing these.

    xo Azu

    www.raven-locks.blogspot.com

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  2. great review thanks for share
    http://zielonoma.blogspot.it/2014/07/marine-style.html

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  3. Glad that you have more space now. I like the vibrant second look. :)
    Have a wonderfl week dear.
    /Madison

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  4. lovely pics!
    I am already following you via gfc and bloglovin, I have stopped blogging for a while but you could follow me here on my fb page
    https://www.facebook.com/eva.michelaki
    for inspiration pictures, songs, international giveaways and more <3

    kisses!
    Eva from Greece

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  5. It's cute,and how about 50s fashion

    http://www.reoria.com/clothing/dresses/1950s/

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