Embroidered Greek Dress

I have always loved Grecian style dresses and blouses. Ever since I was a kid I have been wearing embroidered clothing and have collected quite a few special pieces through the years from various trips abroad. This year, embroidered Greek dresses happen to be totally “in” fashion which is great news as they are available online and you don’t have to travel abroad to purchase your very own! 
I was really pumped when I found this blue and white embroidered dress from Asos and knew I couldn’t live without it. I paired my blue and white embroidered dress with handmade Melissinos leather gladiator sandals and jewelry, both bought in Greece to complete the Grecian look. My new favorite dress is sure to be worn on repeat this summer! There is something so nice about an unfussy dress that you know will look just as good at the beach as in the city for drinks with girlfriends… or for that matter lounging on the Aegean.  
Embroidered Greek Dress and Melissinos Greek Sandals

greek embroidered dress (available in petite and still not too short)
monogrammed necklace from buggy designs  
sandals handmade from melissinos in athens, greece (similar)  
braided gold pearl cuff from santorini (similar) // coral earrings (similar) 
 bobbi brown bronzer & eye shadow compact (for a great bronzed, shimmery look)

Embroidered Greek Dress

Melissinos Greek Sandals
Embroidered Greek Dress
Embroidered Greek Dress
Embroidered Greek Dress

I could run away with all of the above dresses and accessories and be a very happy lady dressing this summer! How awesome are the statement gladiator metallic sandals for a dressier look?!  
Have you found your summer staple dress yet?

Comments

    • says

      Hi Becca! Yes the dress runs true to size, but I tend to always order one size down when I am wearing something a bit flouncy and loose-fitting (just so I don’t get too lost in it!)!

  1. says

    Hello! I love your patterns, I did a test run of this Rarity (to put on a fleece hat) but I ran into some trouble. It seemed as if the pattern shifted (the body outline) and the mane/tail had issues. I think it was something that was wrong with my fabric/stabilizer. Do you have any tips for embroidering on fleece?

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