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Granny print dresses are *the* best!


Hi guys,

I have talked at length about my love for granny prints, and this is another to add to the collection. I love this simple dress. It has sleeves, but I’m hardly ever without a cardigan and thought it looked better when breaking up the print a bit – hence an ever-present belt, also. I finished the look with my favourite flats and some sunnies.

I wore this for my Vintage day with my lovely friend, Sian and her best friend, Alanna. Going from Holloway to Shoreditch, we were pretty tuckered out by the end of the day, which may explain why we accidently stumbled upon a few cocktails…. 

Dress: Simply Be
Cardigan: Very
Leggings: South (via Very)
Belt & Shoes: Primark
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market


Ironically, this was before the cocktails :/ But at least you get to see the print closeup 

All the yums :)



Hope you’ve all had a great weekend!

‘til next time.


Love and hugs,
Isha Reid
xxx

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