Date Style - Empire Line Dress!


It was purely coincidence and by chance I got to be in Brussels, when the entire nation was in a celebratory mode with the National Day! If you've followed me on Facebook, you may have seen the pictures. If not, why not follow now atleast 😉!!! So yeah, I got to witness Belgian Airforce jets, army tanks and there was food, music and dance everywhere! So this is what I wore, while exploring it all!!
You've seen me wear it at Stonehenge, England and Amsterdam, Netherlands. This time I wore it in Brussels, Belgium! Earlier it was a bit difficult to pull off this dress, as the slightest paunch would show well with empire line cuts! But now, with my bump, this is perfect for me!
Dress: Thrifted from a flea market in Bangalore
Leggings: AND by Anita Dongre
Shoes: Power by Bata
Watch: Titan Fastrack
Necklace: Onecklace
In Brussels, its almost impossible to spot a wall that doesn't have a graffiti on it! Its a blessing for bloggers & instagrammers I guess - provides stunning backgrounds!!! Also you'd know of the tiny little peeing man - Manneken Pis. Apart from him, there are several bronze sculptures in public! I spotted this one of a painter, accompanied by a monkey on his shoulder and a crow overseeing!!! I had to pose with him!!!
For the makeup, I chose to go with simple eyemakeup with Guerlain Terracotta Eyeshadow in Paradise Sand and bold lips with MAC Ruby Woo!!! Remember that name necklace by Onecklace that I wore on my Wedding Anniversary post?



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11 comments

  1. The painter seems to say "I have enough monkeys on my back"...LOL

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  2. Yes the walls of Brussels are worth photographing. I have several of them. You are looking good. :)
    Take care. <3

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  3. Brussels is one of my favourite places as well as Bruges. The pictures look fantastic. Brussels and Berlin always have graffiti all over the place.

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  4. That dress looks so good on you! It gives off a fun and bubbly vibe!

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  5. Your empire cut dress looks very good on your baby bump. The colorful design of the fabric is very cheerful-looking.

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  6. Sorry if my interest is focused on the graffiti you mentioned that is it found all over Brussels; walls. Why? Are most of the people or the residents there are artists? or shall we say vandals?

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  7. It looks like each corner of Brussels is IG worthy with all the graffiti. As usual, you look great with your outfit.

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  8. Super cute print! I love how you can dress it up or dress it down. Very versatile.

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  9. Nice print. This is so cool print. Nice necklace I want to have one like this.

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  10. Nice one. It's fresh and comfortable. The style gives you a slimmer look.

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  11. The dress is as unique as the street art.. So amazing and lovely! Nice one..

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