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Finally, the perfect Jeans dress!


One of the many things I love about being a PSBlogger is the opportunity to expand my wardrobe with some of my favourite bloggers’ swag. When the gorgeous Dani, posted all her goodies on her blog sale page, I jumped at the chance to claim as many things as possible.

One of those things was this amazing Jeans dress. Finding a Jeans dress for plus size, that doesn’t look like a sack, is like trying to find the Holy Grail! I made sure I snapped this up as soon as it was posted, and I wasn’t disappointed when it arrived. The fit is soooo good! My trouble is always my waist, being so small, I find it really difficult to find dresses to fit properly and usually, I use a belt to disguise anything ill fitted. On this occasion, I merely used a belt to give the dress a bit of an edge and to break up the denim.

I paired this fab dress with a light cardigan, my adorable heart-shaped sunglasses, and the brightest sandals, ever! The colours are great, and turn this into a real summer outfit. I love it – thank you Dani! xx

Dress: Dani Blog sale (originally Forever 21+)
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Belt: Primark
Leggings: South (via Very)
Sandals: LoveLabel
Sunglasses: Spitalfield Market 
These sunglasses deserve to be bathed in sunlight!


I've also jumped on the Bloglovin' bandwagon - you can check me out here :)

Hope you're all well and enjoying the last day of the weekend!


Love and hugs, 
Isha
xxx

Ps. Thanks to Soph, for taking my pics! x

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