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Hello lovelies!

You know when you buy something and then promptly forget that you own it? Well, my gorgeous Bow blogged about this dress and the post reminded me that I also had it! I’d only worn it once before, never to be seen again (story of my wardrobe life), but reading her post and seeing how amazing she looked inspired me to dust it off to wear for a day of shopping.

I love the block of ivory, and the rigid waves at the bottom gives the affect of an invisible petticoat (and we all know how much I love those!). This can easily be dressed up, but I chose to dress it down by wearing leggings and a pair of ankle boots. I really like this look and my newish ASOS bag works well with it; having the sun out on this particular day was also a joy:
Dress & Belt: Dorothy Perkins
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Bag: ASOS
Boots: Boohoo

I love that my friends inspire me, and how awesome is it some of those friends are also bloggers?!

Hope you’re all well and had a great weekend – ‘til next time.


Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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