Geographic Print

Everybody may be talking about transitioning their wardrobe into fall, but it’s still freaking hot over here and fall is nowhere in sight – in fact, we’re only now entering our hurricane season, so fall won’t be here for at least another month. Which is why you find me in this very summery dress, still. If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you know I love a nature-themed print, especially anything botanical – it may have something to do with the fact that my dad is a biologist, a plant geneticist to be precise. The print on this dress is more graphic than my usual fare, but it has mountains and volcanos, which still satisfies my love for nature prints and also reminds me of my mom’s job as a geologist, so of course I had to snatch it up.

4 Comments on “Geographic Print”

  1. What a wonderful print. At first glance it looks very 50’s-retro in it’s color and design. And you can be fall in spirit-that color is perfect for it. I follow a lot of Australian bloggers and know that summer is starting in a few places in the world. I have always assumed that Vietnam never even gets to freezing or 0/32 degrees.

    • Salazar says:

      The coldest we get is below 50F (though up in the mountains it does get to freezing temps). Usually it’s just between 60-65F, but because it’s so humid and we have no heat anywhere, it can feel much colder.

  2. Kathrin says:

    A really nice dress but I am wondering why the fabric of the skirt is upside down?

    • Salazar says:

      I know! It’s making me a little twitchy too… I don’t know if it’s a design choice or if it’s a mistake (maybe that’s why it ended up at a secondhand shop?)

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