Little Friday, my sweet readers! Ready for the weekend (hopefully, a weekend with no rain)? In case you want a fresh and pretty ensemble for a Saturday afternoon, I’m giving you the best from my flower garden (a rather fashionable and wearable garden). This is the second post from the Garden Goddess series, and judging by the response, you seem to be really enjoying this. Today’s garment is the jacket. A floral jacket is a key piece inside your closet: you can dress it down with some cut-offs and a tank, dress it up for a night out with a sequin or metallic mash-up, or simply wear it with a pair of trousers or some tailored shorts for a smart look. Your closet, your choice, I’m just a hopeful inspirator. Here’s a selection of jackets you can find online, for every pocket there’s an alternative.


TOP: Ted Baker / River Island / River Island

MIDDLE: Dolce & Gabbana / Elizabeth & James / Mary Katrantzou

BOTTOM: Dolce & Gabbana / Manoush / Vera Wang


Lace and floral print have always been a match made in heaven. For this look, I wanted to play with separates instead of a dress. I chose this lace top and tucked it inside a high waisted skirt, leaving outside the tank’s tiny peplum. You likey?



  • Size matters nail polish, ESSIE

For all the details on today’s look, go to FASHIOLISTA.

I have more garden posts in the oven for you! In the meantime, cheer up and wear some flowers this weekend.

Sweet kisses…

PS: Many exciting things are coming up so keep on visiting!

lustrations: Ana Sofia Alanis 
All texts and collages are made by me, it’s forbidden to re-post them without previous request ( and images must link back to this site.

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  1. nice tips for sharing it

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