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Blue Cas’ Swag

As much as swing dresses are my favourite kind of dress, sometimes I just want something super comfy, casual and still cute. I got this dress in the sale a few months ago and as they didn’t have my size, I got the size up. As a result this dress is very roomy and would be completely shapeless on me if I didn’t belt it. I have big hips and a small waist (which means I have to belt practically every dress I have), so very rarely size up in anything and would in fact prefer to have things a little snug, but I couldn’t pass up on buying this dress. I love the cut, print and the material is very light.

I wore this for a lunch date with my lovely friend Hanna who was also kind enough to take my pics:
Dress: ASOS Curve
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Socks: Primark
Belt (not seen): Next
Boots: eBay

Looking back at these pictures, this dress could easily be dressed up with a shrug, tights and heels, so I’m going to keep this in mind for the future. I love clothes that are versatile and I’m happy to put this dress in that category.

Hope you’re all well – ‘til next time!

Love and hugs,


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