The Ladybug’s third vintage dress in a row (+ a retro inspired surprise!)

The Ladybug Humana pale blue dress (1)

I have already showed you two of my new bargain vintage dresses from Humana Vintage in Milan, all bought during an incredible end-of-summer sales session. Here is the third one:  a lovely vintage piece, that again I can’t manage to date but that looks like an end of 70s dress, super casual and too cute to leave it there, also because it was priced only 5 euros! Hehe!

Humana Vintage always makes me happy and the great thing about it is that not only you buy a lot of lovely things for tiny prices so you don’t feel too guilty for buying new clothes, but it is also for a good cause! It is rare to find charity shops in Italy, while they are very popular in the UK for example, but I still hope to see more in the next few years, especially those selling vintage and not only second hand.

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I paired my new dress with two lovely bird brooches with a vintage vibe (although they are new) from Dresslily where I found so many retro inspired jewelry pieces that I couldn’t decide which one to get. Same thing when I wore them, in fact I decided to wear them both together as I really love to put some little pieces together for a bigger effect!

Also my bag is vintage and guess where it comes from? Yes, Humana Vintage again! It is a lovely piece from the 70s that I got some time ago because I literally fell in love with it while I was helping a friend buying a vintage bag. She couldn’t find her shoulder’s soul mate but I did!

Tan flat sandals are from Clarks, while the animal print tiny belt is from an old Topshop collection.

Photo Credit: Milena Molinari

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