Cinematorial | Beaufille Dress: New Year’s Eve Outfit

2. January 2018

Wearing: Beaufille Coat (last season, but find similar here and here), Beaufille Dress (on sale and budget option here), Uterqüe Over The Knee Boots (shop similar here and here), The Frankie Shop Flower Drop Earrings (similar), Céline Sunglasses c/o Pretavoir, and a Boyy Karl Bag

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No one beats a label with designs after your own heart, so wearing this Beaufille dress on New Year’s Eve was an obvious choice.


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On this image:
Beaufille Coat (similar), Beaufille  Dress,
Uterque Boots (similar here), Boyy  Bag,
The Frankie Shop Earrings (similar), and
Céline Sunglasses

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It’s no secret to some of you, that I’ve been an avid Beaufille fan for years. The Gordon sisters have been designing clothes and jewelry after my own heart since the very beginning: The asymmetric cuts, the playful silhouettes, monumental proportions, and minimal luxe aesthetics. Therefore, as I do not own many dresses, but I do own this one, which fits the ocassion perfectly, it was simply a no-brainer to wear it.

Speaking of New Year’s Eve, I am wishing you all a great and prosperous year! Here’s to 2018 bringing the world more love and hope and to all of you all the best. x


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2 responses to “Cinematorial | Beaufille Dress: New Year’s Eve Outfit”

  1. Rena says:

    Coat and dress are both really cool!
    Happy New Year!
    With love from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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