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Evans Shape Studio Event

Hi guys,

So on Thursday, I was lucky enough to head to the Evans Shape Studio Event. It was a great opportunity to meet some bloggers I hadn’t met before; it’s always great to meet the people whose blogs you love reading. The lovely and gorgeous Hanna and Caroline took really good care of me, and we may or may not have had pizza afterwards ;p

The studio was full of fantastic clothes, shoes and accessories. There was also a professional photographer, who was there to take pictures of anyone who wanted to have their own little fashion show - I was not brave enough to do this, but it was so fun to see everyone else have such a great time.

I wanted to look presentable so turned to my faithful, Lady Vintage London. Their dresses are so beautiful, well made, value for money and comfortable. I accessorised with my favourite belt at the moment and I made sure to get a close-up of the detail (big thanks to Hanna, for taking my picture!):

Dress: Lady Vintage London
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Belt: Dorothy Perkins
Tights: Boots
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins
Close-up of the gorgeous print
I love is tortoise belt!

I’ve also added photos of the event itself and some of my favourite pieces:


Beautiful collections, lovely organisers and great company – what more could a girl want?! :D

‘Til next time folks.



  1. You look LUSH in that Lady Vintage Dress... Such a gorgeous print!!xx

  2. Loved all the outfits. The blue and black one looks so elegant and stylish. You look gorgeous in this dress. Can I order some?


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