Wearing Cameo digital print skater dress, vintage cardigan, Building Block bucket bag from Here & There Store, Melissa x Karl Lagerfeld platform heels
I've never understood the draw of kpop - to me it's just silly lyrics and over-exaggerated dance moves that look extremely rehearsed. (I'm probably drawing the ire of many fans while I speak.) But in this print skater dress from Cameo, I can't help but feel like I'm some Korean artiste, especially when I get told that I look Korean by almost everyone I meet.
The dress is extremely flattering with black outlining the curves of a woman and the colors in the print just photographs extremely well. Every once in a while, it's nice to just the throw on a statement print dress that flatters!
I would call this a Kaleidescope print thanks to it's multi-faceted rainbow colors almost like broken fragments of light. I guess that while I dislike Kpop, I don't dislike the fashion and trends that it spawns. They are indeed bringing more attention to trend based fashion and awakening the consciousness of more people.