Using a bicycle that isn't mine as a prop?..  Check.  At least I admit that the bike isn't mine, right??

I wore this Zara dress to a bbq of a friend of mine and when I went to go snap some photos of my outfit, my boyfriend thought it would be good to use this bike as a prop.  Of course you won't see the photos of me pretending that I rode it because I'm positive this bicycle is for someone about a foot taller than me that isn't wearing a dress.  This brings to mind the street style photos I've seen on blogs where women are dressed in intricate/fashionable outfits and are riding a bicycle (not just holding it and pretending like myself) in the middle of a road with what looks like cars in the background.  I'm seriously impressed by the ladies that have no fear of messing up their beautiful clothes or having a major spill whilst riding the bike and the possibility of THAT being photographed.

(dress & sandals: Zara |belt: J.Crew)