Thursday, November 4

At the sky lounge, dressed in a red satin dress for Halloween.

I wore a http://femmeluxe.co.uk/ red satin dress to the Kharkiv Palace Sky Lounge Restaurant Halloween party. I had a good time sitting pretty and enjoying the music.


I've always wanted to go to a Halloween party, but I've always had reservations about the holiday. Well, after spending months indoors owing to the coronavirus, I determined to make the most of my time outside this year, because you never know what further restrictions might be imposed on us. Well, I had a few plans that didn't pan out, such as painting my face, but in the end, I wore a Red Satin Ruched Side Slip Mini Dress by Femmeluxe with simple makeup.

As a result of my desire to unwind when dining out, I always go with the safest option when choosing a restaurant. The Kharkiv Palace Sky Lounge Restaurant is one of my favorite leisure areas in Kharkiv. It's well-kept and offers a pleasant ambiance.


To say my evening was good would be fair and because there is no better spot for a panoramic view of the city. Every night, the Kharkiv Palace's rooftop restaurant, Sky Lounge, transforms into a wonderful destination for leisure and relaxation, offering a 270-degree evening experience with beautiful panoramas. Enjoy a wide range of unique cocktails and Champagne, as well as delectable Asian and contemporary fusion meals, live music, and the city's greatest parties. Whether you come for a meal with friends or a casual meeting with business associates, you can be sure that your experience at Sky Lounge will be unforgettable. The restaurant is on the 11th floor of the Kharkiv Palace Hotel.

This ruched dress is still available for purchase in all sizes and colors. You can also purchase women's loungewear sets, little black dresswhite midi dresses, ripped jeans for women, and from Femmeluxe.


Red dress

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