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Wilderness


Let’s face it; it was never going to be a proper start to the year on this blog, without a Lady V shout-out!

I. LOVE. THIS. DRESS! I bought this ages ago, along with another to add to my bulging Lady V collection and I gushed when I saw it online, but even more so when I got it in my hands. The print reminds me of the wilderness with earthy colours, flowers and leaves, and it’s an instant classic.

This swing dress is from their ‘Definition’ range with the waist a little higher than usual which gives the circle skirt a longer length. This totally works for my small waist and the longer length gives a dinky girl like me a little more “height”. I’ve worn this dress twice and felt incredible both times, and received an embarrassing amount of compliments. Yep, once again Lady V have made the perfect dress.
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Boots: Boohoo
Gorgeous print <3

Who wouldn’t want to get lost in a wilderness as beautiful as this?!

Hope you're all well - ‘til next time!


Love and hugs,
Isha 
xxx

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