Fabric flower transplant

To add some color to this black and 
white outfit I added a red flower.
Polka dot trousers Worthington - Black blazer Theory
The flower is made out of thin fabric and is
quite versatile. Has been worn as a pin here,
as a ring here and as on a pony tail.
Black bucket bag Love Moschino - Red heels Melissa 
I bought it at a weekend hand made goods market 
on the lawn of Buenos Aires Design in Argentina
a few years ago. 
White top Da Moda - Red flower fabric hand Argentina Market
Today I transplanted the flower from the lapel 
of my black blazer on to a white satin top ...


9 comments

Mica T said...

It is a lovely addition to your outfit and I like the red heels with it too :)

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Marta Sierra Marti said...

Love the versatility of this flower! Beautiful outfit

Marta
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Kelly Roy said...

The transforming power of a good accessorie!

Sheila said...

Love the flower as the punch of colour, Lorena - these are fab outfits!

FashionJazz said...

Very chic look!! :)

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Dressed With Soul said...

Dear Lorena, I own a bunch of such flowers :) Love how your flower makes your elegant look simply perfect!
xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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Nora Minassian said...

Great look! Love the flower on the blazer.
Nora
www.jacketsociety.com

Jessica Cangiano said...

Awesome ensemble! I really like the use of fabric with sheen to it at work in this chic outfit.

xoxo ♥ Jessica

Elegance and Mommyhood said...

So polished and elegant. I love black and white with a pop of red. That flower pin was a great addition, Lorena.