Humberto took this photo at an outdoor market. But have you browsed our own Argentinean mercado yet?
Here's a snap of the famous San Telmo market in Buenos Aires. Argentineans love shopping as much as we do!The Argentinean pieces Carol and Humberto brought back have a lot of spirit, as embodied in this print.Here it is on the Bandoleiro sweatheart frill dress
Another favorite piece of mine is of our most intricate, the House of Matching Colours palmtree birthday dress
Lace and sequins, oh my!This dress is very delicate, so please treat with care.Here's the El Camarin sleeveless mesh dress w/taping. It's completely made of mesh! (The tube dress pictured doesn't come with it.) Detail of the very cool taping Another favorite (also see-through), the loosely knit House of Matching Colours ghost dress
Sparkly!Most of the dresses in this post are completely sheer and cannot be worn alone. For these numbers, wear a slip or tube dress underneath! Have you tried OC Intimates? Another Argentine favorite is the House of Matching Colours alina's vest Check out the super soft leather "feathers" on the back of the vest. And how cool is that stitching? The Maria Pryor ergo textura trousers are actually polyester and cotton, but they resemble textured leather See?
How sick are these Mishka college 3-eye wooden sole shoes? That's mirrored, gold-textured leather!Here they are in action on the streets of Buenos Aires, where Carol wore them out the night she got them......for the Argentinean nightlife, of course!
Viva la noche! Below are a few other things that caught Carol and Humberto's eye on the streets of Argentina... Until next time! xx