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I often go on geeky photographic adventures on my own, but it's also really lovely to have a fellow photo-taking loving nerd, to go on adventures with too.

I love spending time with Charlotte and one of our most recent escapades involved deer - a lot of deer. We headed to Richmond Park; I say park, it's more like a safari and I totally underestimated just how huge it was. Thankfully Charlotte brought her car so once we were done with exploring one spot we jumped in the car to drive to the next. Charlotte blogged about our day ages ago and you can read it here.

I wanted to wear something quite bright as a contrast to the gorgeous earthy colours of the park. This Lady Vintage London tea dress was a purchase from last year, and as many items in my wardrobe, it hadn't had an outing. I thought this would be perfect as the stunning butterfly print was a perfect compliment to our 'safari' day. The print was discontinued soon after I bought it, but thankfully they've brought it back and is now available!
Dress: Lady Vintage London (Butterfly Print available here)
Cardigan: South (via Very, available here)
Leggings: South (via Very, available here)
Belt: Simply Be
Sandals: Dorothy Perkins
Oh, and as for the deer, we were truly spoilt:
It was such an awesome day and we’ll be having a lot more fun-filled photographic days like this one.

'til next time.

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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  1. Love this dress on you it's cute! Butterflies are always gorgeous on a dress xx

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