Accessorizing a long black dress!

As you already know in the last period I’ve started a passion for my black long dress.

I like the way I feel in it and it is comfortable enough to consider it the perfect outfit for any type of activity that I have in mind.

I’m so glad that I bought it. It’s a must for any wardrobe because it is simple to accessorize and with a drop of inspiration you can easily swap it from a sporty dress to a classy one perfect for an evening out. I’m not a fan of wearing Converse (they don’t have hi-heels) but I’m sure that they will look awesome with this dress.

Sunday I went to take a history lesson about the beautiful Inner Harbor by taking a tour with a boat! In the 18th century Baltimore was a major US seaport. Since 1958 the port gets a modern look with office buildings, hotels and fancy shops and in 2009 the port was described by Urban Land Institute “the model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world”.

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Sugar factory and her transporter and below Under Armour.

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Commercial boat and Fort McHenry

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 Old type buildings!

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 Concert hall, old Lighthouse and Baltimore tower and Aquarium!

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Last time I wore this long black dress was in the middle of the day for a nature walk and therefore the only accessory that I had was a sequins waist belt.

For my late afternoon walk I wore with my long black dress a silver sparkling hi-belt and my colorful statement necklace which received a lot of compliments 🙂

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And the Captain!

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I just love the water and her grandeur!

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  1. Jess wrote:

    I love your necklace, so pretty! The dress looks fab on you, too!

    Jess xo