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Clothes Swap Swag

The PSBlogger community is a great one. Yes, we all have our own individual styles, but we also have admiration for each-others styles too. Clothes swaps are a wonderful way to expand your wardrobe and maybe take some risks you wouldn’t normally. Another reason I love clothes swaps is being able to meet my fellow bloggers, hang out and veg out.

The lovely Amanda hosted a clothes swap a few months back and I met so many amazing women that day – not to mention the amount of new exciting clothes to take home! One of those items was this gorgeous dress from Wendy. This is my kind of dress; it’s very girly, colourful and can be dressed up or down. It’s not quite my size, but I always use belts to disguise anything too big for my waist (I have to use this technique A LOT!). I completed my outfit with a light cardigan and my new favourite flats! I also brought out one of my hand-made bags, as I’ve been feeling nostalgic about them (I need to get back to making these and the ├╝ber talented, Michelle has offered to help me!).

I wore this for a dinner date with gorgeous Lauren (who also took my pictures – thank you!) and gorgeous Kirsty. A fab dress, two great friends and yummy food make this pixie very happy :)

Dress: Wendy (originally from Evans)
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Belt: Camden Market
Leggings: South (via Very)
Heart-shaped sunglasses: Spitalfields Market
Adorable mousey shoes: Primark

I used vintage postcards to make my lovely bag :)
Look how cuuuuuuuute!

I have the day off tomorrow which is really cool. I'm heading out to do some shooting and the weather looks like it's going to be perfect for where I'm going. I'll no doubt post some pictures over on my photography blog. I'm going though more photos than I know what to do with at the moment, but I'm currently sticking with the Paris theme....

Oh, and there’s also the small matter of an update from us Plus London ladies. Head to our group page to see the incredible news! 

'til next time.

Love and hugs,


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