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Bespoke Ladybird


Hi guys,

I wore this to an event with Hanna a little while ago, but have worn it so much since. This is a Bespoke Fit dress from Simply Be and the reason why it is bespoke is because you can buy the dress according to cup size! The ranges are: B-DD, E-GG and H-K. This is a dream for all women, but particularly those with a larger bust like me. The amount of times I've had to compromise the fit of a dress just so it fits my top half....but with Bespoke Fit dresses they use your cup size to work out the best fit for your waist, bum and thighs. I was really happy with the results:
Dress: Simply Be
Belt: Simply Be^
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Leggings: South (via Very)
Boots: Boohoo^
Another great thing is this dress is made of cotton so there is plenty of stretch and comfortable to wear all day. It can be easily worn up or down too; I've worn it to events, work, dinner and most recently, moving house. I felt perfectly dress appropriate on all occasions and having a dress to wear for any and every circumstance is a great dress in my book.


'til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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  1. Adorable! I ordered the very same dress a couple of weeks ago and will be blogging about it soon. This looks flipping amazing on you though - definitely heaps better than mine looks on me. Polka dots are fab on you x

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    1. Awww, hun! Thank you so much. I have no doubt you will look fabulous in the dress when you blog about it and I'm sure your review will be a lot better than mine. I really do have a thing for polka dots and it's becoming a bit obscene, haha. xx

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