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Summer Vintage


Hi guys,

I’m going to keep this one relatively short as I have already blogged about how much I love this skirt. Elasticated, authentic vintage is the holy grail for plus size, and is pretty much the only way we plus size gals can do vintage without having to turn to “vintage style” clothing (which I’m a massive fan of by the way – not a vintage snob!). I’m always on the lookout for new places to venture and found this at Blitz London.

I really wanted the skirt to pop (not that it really needed much help – look at those colours!), so kept the rest of the outfit tame. A simple cotton vest, one of my ever-reliable cardigans and my fabulous Tatty Divine necklace, makes this a really cool summer outfit.

Skirt: Vintage (via Blitz London)
Necklace: Tatty Divine (I take ZERO responsibility for the amount of money you may spend as a result of clicking this link!)
Vest: Love Label (via Very)
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market
Sandals: Marks & Spencer

Vibrant and just blooming gorgeous!

<3 <3


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! :)

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