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Date night

Just a quick one from me today.

So, me and my dear friend Rosie, went out on one of our date nights. We tend to do this quite often, but recently, we have each had our own crap to deal with and we haven’t had time to connect- until yesterday.

We went to Ultimate Burger, and it was sooo lush. I had a massive Bacon Cheese burger with large fries, a Strawberry milkshake (because they didn’t have Banana- booo), and a Fanta (to which a fly decided to float about in). 

Mmmmmmmm...

We went for drinks afterwards and had a looong girly chat about everything that had been going on. I think/hope we both felt better after venting, and that’s what friends are for right?!

This is the dress I wore. I love this. It’s light, airy and the most gorgeous print ever. I love using a belt to nip in my waist (and have a belt as well as loads of other stuff on it’s way to me via online shopping :s ), so paired the dress with my fave belt. Kept everything else pretty simple because I didn’t want anything to detract from the dress.





Dress: Dorothy Perkins
Belt: Camden Market
Cardigan: So Fabulous (via Very)
Scarf: Marks and Spencer
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins
Sunglasses: Dorothy Perkins

Side note, I also now have a Tumblr. This show a deeper side of me and will consist of things that mean something to me, other than wearing cool clothes. 

'Til next time folks  
xxx

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