Bewitched, bothered and bewildered am I.


Dress - Mette Møller // Rings - Tom Wood // Lipstick - Sephora Rouge (Bewitch me) // Shoes - ASOS

I think this is a great example of Norwegian design at its best. Classic and warm - with modern and personal twists. I found this piece when I was invited to the studio of Mette Møller at the beginning of summer. I couldn't help myself, I had to buy it. It's a warm statement piece that I don't think I can survive without. And it's really, really pretty!

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22 comments:

  1. It's a gorgeous dress, indeed!!! I'm spellbound by it.
    http://fashionfauxpas-mintjulep.blogspot.com

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    1. Haha, thank you so staying in character! :D

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  2. Makes me think of a grown-up, classy version of Wednesday Adams. Pretty!

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    1. Oooh, I like that! Thank you so much <3

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  3. You look amazing, the details are beautiful!
    www.lost-in-wonderland.co.uk

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    1. Thank you very much, Laura - I really appreciate that! <3

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  4. You are gorgeous!

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    1. Oh, you're much too sweet! Thank you very, very much! <3

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  5. indeed a very very pretty dress....you look spectacular in it

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  6. I adore this whole ensemble especially the lipstick!

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    1. Thank you, Courtney! I'm always so insecure when it comes to lipsticks, I just can't seem to apply it as perfectly as I want! ;)

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  7. The tailoring of your Mette Moller dress looks fabulous on you. I love the ruffles at the shoulders and neckline.

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    1. It's exquisite! And I'm glad you like it too!

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  8. Such a beautiful dress and I love your shoes!

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    1. Thank you very much, sweet Heidi!

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  9. All you need now is a cute little black cat, and you'll be all set for Halloween!

    Actually, is Halloween celebrated in Norway?

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    1. Haha, totally! :D

      It's not a national holiday like in the US, but the kids here seem to have adopted the tradition, as well as some adults. Of course the stores sell all kinds of Halloween accessories. Just another excuse to eat candy, and for a lot of people: dress up and get drunk! :p

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  10. The dress and makeup look awesome on you, doll <3

    kiss kiss, Nádia
    My Fashion Insider

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    1. Thank you very, very much, beautiful Nádia!

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