Born: May 2, 1975
David Robert Joseph Beckham OBE (born 2 May 1975) is an English footballer who currently plays in midfield for Italian Serie A club A.C. Milan (on loan from American Major League Soccer club Los Angeles Galaxy
) and the England national team.
I absolutely love gold ouittfs, but I think they can go very, very wrong if overdone. This is why whenever I wear gold ouittfs, I try to stick to one colour scheme and keep the shoes and accessories simple! Gold is such a rich, beautiful tone, and overwhelming it is the last thing I want. I would style this gorgeous D G dress with nude/skin-toned, close-toed pumps, to keep with the same colour range as the gold. As much as I am a shoe fiend, I don't think they should be the focal point of this outfit.To cinch the waist and add more shape, I would use a thin, nude belt. I would avoid any sort of coloured, metallic, or obvious buckle again keeping it simple. The jewelry is where I'd add the pop of colour. I'm picturing a turquoise tear-drop pendant that skims just below the colar bones. With a gold chain, of course. I cannot bring myself to put silver and gold together *shudder*. No bangles this time, but I'd wear my usual gold rings. Talking specifics, a gold knuckle ring and simpler gold band on one hand, and a large turquoise stone centre ring on the other, to match the necklace. My look is ALMOST pulled together, I swear! I would keep a nude lip with a bit of gloss, peach cheeks, and simple eye makeup a neutral-toned palette and a coat of mascara. I'm very proud of my long, thick Asian hair, so I would wear it down with large, natural-looking waves. My long dark hair is another reason why I would want to keep it simple with accessories! There's already a large contrast between the black of my hair, and the rich gold colour of the dress. I follow you on Fashionista Talk (and Chictopia, if that counts). - Kathy Comment submit on Sun, 02 Mar 2014 01:12:51
I love the Blog Girl! and thanx for this chance to win a beuafitul dress.Okay this is a almost multi-purpose dress could be casual or up-fit at the same time however it dolce and gabanna =) so a in betweeen look wouldgo lovely with the beuafitul look. I Think a bold solid pump/heel to bring out this dress will do wonders RED would bring this dress out awesome, a beuafitul dazzling red hand-held clutch with a few sparkels the color of the dress nude on it. I'd say a different belt than the display picture, a bit thicker to divide the line your belly and lower halfand ensinuate the waist more. Also with this dress it requires a beuafitul unique up-do with a hump in the style almost but not to high to bring out the alignment and posture in the neck and reveal how well the shoudlers are with this dress.Accersseries and jewlery would have to be very light with little to none a beuafitul dazzling neckalce to match the nude dress no more red is needed in this case you already have the heels and the clutch, for the arms a watch defintely ! a beuafitul thinned lace watch would work well to bring the whole look of the dress together and there you have it!!Btw, Im Auna. and found you on love the style! keepitup. Comment submit on Sun, 02 Mar 2014 06:46:42
Hola Lida,I've been following you on chciisimo! You have impeccable taste; I love seeing your colour combos. Right now, I am visualizing this dress with a coral-y coloured sequin clutch and an off white peep- toe pump with a sleek side pony tail very romantic-e. Also, this would look a-mazing with a sun kissed glow-Oh my. I would also wear this with white lace gloves and a vintage straw-like purse/clutch I own and I would style my hair in a braided crown(think Ralph Laurene28099s Spring/Summer 2010 collection)along with a simple nude pump. I am contemplating on also pairing it with a pair of metallic bronze espadrilles I own. The possibilities are endless with this dress. I am utterly thrilled with this giveaway! Comment submit on Tue, 04 Mar 2014 10:34:35