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Granny dresses are the best!

Just a quick one from me.

Today, I visited lovely Hanna, to hang, eat lasagne and take some outfit pictures. Now, because the weather was so appalling and because I’m lame, I literally brought the clothes I was wearing – one of my gorgeous granny dresses. I swear, they are the best, myself and Rachel are in agreement on this. They’re great throughout the year and can be dressed up or down.

I found this gem, in a charity shop and snapped it up for pennies. I love charity shopping and thrift stores, there are always good bargains around if you’re patient enough to look:

Close-up of print :)

Dress: Charity Shop
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Tights: Boots
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins

I'll have a more detailed post on Tuesday, as I'm off to see the wonderful Conor Oberst and the rest of the Desaparecidos fellows, tomorrow night - cannot wait!

'til next time folks. :)



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