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Dip-dye Swan Dress


Well, I say dip-dye, but it’s not. The pattern is an array of Blue and White flowers, which is perfect for spring days (although I wasn’t exactly blinded by the light on this particular day). I’ve had this beaut for about three years now, but this is only my second time wearing it. I was never really sure about the top half, but now I love it! It looks like gorgeous dip-dye swan wings.

The fabric is so light which is lovely, although not great for the wind and proved to be quite bothersome while taking the below pictures. I kept the rest of the outfit simple with a Grey cardigan and cute ballet pumps.

Floaty, feminine, and comfortable – perfect!

Dress: M&S
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Tights: Boots
Ballet pumps: Next

Close-up of the pattern
Struggling with the wind :/

I’m really looking forward to the Bank Holiday weekend – I intend to get up to much mischief ;)

Hope you’re all well!


‘Til next time.
Isha Reid
xxx

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