PS (Personal Style)- My Wedding Guest Noir Maxi Gown

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You know I always keep my promises, so this is my noir maxi gown I wore at the amazing wedding of Lydia’s Gkoritsa last Sunday, in Paros. Yes, you can wear a black dress as a wedding guest according to me 🙂 and author Kimberly Schlegel Whitman of the best selling book Wedding Workbook, The: A Time Saving Guide for the Busy Bride. I got my dress this winter from Enny di Monaco, the stylish Greek boutique and official distributor of Christian Louboutin shoes. The long black Grecian style dress is made from soft leather and silk by Raoul, a rising international label. Elegance and grace encapsulated in one dress. Raoul is a fashion and leather goods brand from the house of F J Benjamin. Since its debut at the 2010 New York and Paris Fall/Winter shows, Raoul has been creating a buzz with its sleek take on contemporary affordable luxury womenswear. I believe adding the vintage ethink jewelry from a flea market in Istanbul added sophistication. You like?

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I was wearing:

Long Black dress by Raoul You can find similar noir maxi gown here

Sandals Haider Ackermann

Necklace and Bracelet from Istanbul

Handbag Chanel

Stay tuned, I will post some pictures from Lydia’s Greek Island wedding.

Photos © AF

Have a lovely Day!!!

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19 Comments
  1. Hi Nina! Also for me black dresses are good for wedding! You are mesmerizing, just love yours! It seems sewed just for you, truly perfect! Have a nice weekend dear, kisses! xo

  2. Such a gorgeous look Nina! I’m a huge fan of black. I love how you’ve added the dramatic necklace and cuff. It really makes the outfit. Really stunning!

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