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Hi guys! I hope you’re all well and enjoying this sudden sunshine we are experiencing of late.

I had a four day weekend to enjoy and on Friday, I met up with the lovely Charlotte and we heading to one of our favourite places to go – Shoredtich. I love the street art there and I always seem to find somewhere new to explore and find other wonders. It was thankfully a dry day so we took the opportunity to take some outfit pictures next to some cool art.
This dress is from Simply Be and I love it. If you read my Dress in Bloom post, I talked about putting a load of items into my virtual shopping bag before stripping it back to my favourites, and this was another of those items. It’s the print and the scooped hem that does it for me, the birds are such gorgeously bright colours against the darkness of the blue, and it works so well. I had this outfit in mind for summer but I think this looks great with a pair of leggings and ankle boots.
Dress: Simply Be
Cardigan & Leggings: South (via Very)
Boots: Boohoo
The other thing I love about this dress is how incredibly well it fits my waist. I have bemoaned countless times about how frustrating it is for me to find dresses that fit my small waist, but this dress fits like a glove. It hugs my waist really well while still allowing just enough room for my relatively large bust. 
Great for my waist and a close up of the lovely print

It was such a fun day and Charlotte as you can see can take a fine picture. I’m thrilled with these and look forward to many more adventures with her.


‘til next time.

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

Comments

  1. Loving all your new dresses so far! I really need to add to my collection once payday comes around!

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    1. Thanks hun! You definitely need to get it, it fits like a dream :) x

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