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Simple Summer Dress


I really have struck gold this summer, with the dresses I have found tucked away in my wardrobe and perfect for this time of year. I bought this one a few years ago and had worn only once before. I wore this for an early dinner with a friend and some chatting in a nearby park. The print is really cute and simple:

Belt: Primark
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Sunglasses: Camden Market
Sandals: Marks & Spencer


A close-up of the print :)


I’ve also been lucky enough to have some time off from work. A week (and a bit) really does fly by when you’re running around the gorgeous city. I’ve been to four exhibitions, caught up with friends, partook in a little shopping and most excitedly, had a photoshoot! I’ll dedicate an entire post to the photoshoot as I have so much to say and gush about, but I had a brilliant time and can’t wait to show you the pictures!

I hope you’re all well and enjoying the last day of the weekend. ‘til next time.


Love and hugs,
Isha

Comments

  1. I love the bits of yellow and purple on the print. x

    Hollie

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    1. That was the thing that convinced me to buy it - the yellow butterflies just brought the rest of the colours out. :) x

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    1. It really is. I love that it's so simple, with a great cut and can probably be dressed up, too. :) x

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