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A Carousel, Big Wheel & Fab Dress

A few weeks ago, I had a fab day out shopping followed by a fab night out playing at the Funfair.

I wore this lovely dress by Cutie for Simply Be. I love the partnerships Simply Be make with smaller brands and this is the second Cutie dress I have purchased. They’re great for shorter folk like myself, and I love the cut of this dress, the Peter Pan collar and the gorgeous Mint colour. Although my boobs misshape the front of the dress, ironically, I prefer it to the original design! It was the perfect dress to run around in on a mild autumns day.
Dress: Cutie (via Simply Be)
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Boots: eBay
Pretty swirl!

Funfair fun times:
I have adored carousels since I was a little girl and this one did not disappoint :D
Me and Jagi did it, we went on the big wheel!
Our view from Leicester Square :)

Er, we may have also accidentally stumbled into the Häagen-Dazs restaurant: 

I hope you're all well - can't believe Christmas is just round the corner!

'til next time :)

Love and hugs,


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