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Blanket of Flowers


Plus Size ranges are getting better and better which is such great news for us ladies who love fabulous clothes. When New Look got in touch with me about showcasing an item from their new Inspire Spring/Summer range, I didn't hesitate and chose this ‘screams summer’ dress to show off in. It is so bright and colourful, with red being the base and a shower of gorgeous flowers on top, it’s ideal for sunshine and the sun was shining bright on the day I wore this.
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Belt: Blogger Marketplace
Shoes: Primark
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market

I didn’t want to darken the dress at all so instead of my usual black leggings I went for a chocolate brown, and I was a little surprised at just how well it worked. I also chose a light sand cardigan and a simple but cute pink belt to complete the look.
Closeup of allll the flowers 

No outfit is totally complete without a bag and this is the best bag ever! I saw this in Paperchase (my addition to Paperchase is not helped by there being a massive store right by my work!) and grabbed it immediately. When the weather gets warmer I hate carrying around big bulky bags and always venture out with a tote or shopper bag instead; plus you can always find such great, colourful designs to perfectly match your outfit.
Bag: Paperchase *Meow*
The dress is so light and airy which is again perfect for this time of year and the elasticated waist makes the dress so comfy to wear. Another great thing is the Peter Pan collar, I adore dresses with a Peter Pan collar, it gives a cute vintage look and is such a lovely accent on the dress.

Seriously, go and take a look at the Spring/Summer range at New Look. You’ll struggle not to find something you’ll absolutely fall in love with.

‘til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

Comments

  1. Oh! That looks gorgeous xx Paperchase is so hard to resist isn't it?

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    1. Thanks so much! Yes, Paperchase takes all my money. The bags are so cute :) x

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