1925

Sometimes I wish I could travel back in time.
Specially when I visit old buildings. 
Wera Stockholm vintage skirt - Kenneth Cole New York top
Nude pumps Flex - Coach brown bag
Today, after a productive work day 
we attended the launch of a jewellery collection.
No time to change, so the above turned into the below.
Bloomingdales vintage bag - Sam Edelman nude heels 
Just flipped shoes and bag.
The home the venue was held in is from 1925,
which translates to chandeliers, hand painted floors,
mosaics, tall ceilings and impeccable woodwork.
Whenever I see places like this I can only wonder who the
original owners were and what their lives were like.
I also imagine what it would be like to live there.
In 1925.



16 comments

Closet Fashionista said...

What a fun print on that skirt!!! And I love that building, historic places are always so fun to explore
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M&M FASHION BITES said...

Cute blouse and like the last photo :)
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Courtney Erin said...

What a gorgeous space -- and your lovely skirt is so perfect for it!

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Viktoriya Sener said...

Amazing casual combo, I would wear this one at office!

Dressed With Soul said...

Dear Lorena, I know absolutely what you means as I have so often the same feeling! Obviously this is a wonderful old house and I love the look of you to 100 % as it suits you simly fantastic <3
xx Rena
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Mica T said...

That skirts is beautiful! Nice change of accessories for the event :)

It does look like a lovely old home too.


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Laura Bambrick said...

I know exactly what you mean! I always think about the lives of people who lived or visited those places. Love that gorgeous skirt you are wearing!

Veronica Beran said...

Great look!

Veronica
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LyddieGal said...

I agree, It would be so fun to get to go back and see how everything was even just 100 years ago! Especially since these days everything is created to become obsolete. Will any of the buildings they build now even last 100 years?
Love the printed skirt, and your simple swap totally works!
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Jenava said...

That house is utterly lovely. Things I love about that era - that things seemed simpler and calmer. Things I don't love - not a lot of social justice.

I love your outfit!

Shelbee On The Edge said...

Your skirt is fabulous! And you look perfectly place in that 1925 structure! Very chic and beautiful, indeed.

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Mery of the style said...

Hola guapa muy buenos días, un look muy bonito, la falda me ha encantado. Un besazo grande.
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Carla Florendo said...

lovely skirt!

xo, Carla
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Jessica Cangiano said...

Such a gorgeous home. The intricate tile floors alone are stunning, as I'm sure the rest of this vintage verging on antique abode is as well.

You're not alone there in the slightest. I do the same thing, too, with vintage buildings/houses and more often than not, items as well. The lives of vintage pieces before they reach us (or we reach them, as the case may be) has always fascinated me immensely and is no small part of the over all allure of vintage for me.

Lovely outfit, dear Lorena. I like both iterations equally.

Big hugs,
♥ Jessica

Kim Alston said...

Pretty outfit! It transitioned well from day to night. You looked lovely.
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Jane Droll said...

Love that print! And your entire outfit looks perfect in that setting!!!