Work that dress by European Culture | Seoul, Korea

I’ve not been a fan of maxi dresses. I thought I’m too short and would look like my granny. But then I saw girls aka fashion bloggers, pulling a great look with those long dresses, that I pushed myself to give it a try. I usually love to wear short dresses with sky-high heels. You know me. ;)
It was a clear summer day in Seoul with a fresh breeze right after the rain. Good conditions to play around with my dress in the wind. We headed to the Cheonggyecheon Stream to shoot at the marble bridge, which is only one of 20 beautiful bridges that crosses the stream. Cheonggyecheon Stream was restored in 2005 and it has been transformed into a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life. There are festivals and events all year round and when you leisurely stroll along the stream you will easily find major tourist sites like Deoksugung Palace, Seoul Plaza, the Sejong Center, Insa-dong Street, Changdeokgung Palace, and Changgyeonggung Palace close to the path. Don’t miss it when you are in Seoul. Makes a great shooting location with a modern backdrop of the skyline mixed with traditional Korean architecture like the marble bridge.
With the fun part twirling and whirling in this gorgeous dress, I was totally convinced to wear more of maxi dresses. And I mean the dress speaks for itself! No accessoires needed.

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Dress by European Culture
Shoes by Charles&Keith (old)

All photos by Jae Un Photography

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