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EVERYDAY Is Special - Scattered Flowers


Hello lovelies!

So if you saw my last post, you'd have seen that I made the decision to wear clothes that had been floundering in my wardrobe due to deciding I needed to wear them somewhere special. It's such a silly notion to have as it of course means the gorgeous items bought, never see daylight!

This is the second dress of this nature and this beauty has been in my wardrobe for the longest time. You would have seen many of my fellow bloggers killing this dress in their own styles, so now it's my turn.
Dress: Scarlett & Jo for Evans^
Shoes: Primark
Clutch: Gifted
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market
The Scarlett & Jo 'Black 2 in 1 Floral Prom Dress' for Evans is a stunner. You all know I love print and you also know how much I love volume, and this dress has both! There is a Spring/Summer flower print also, but this darker print is my favourite. The tulle underneath gives fairytale volume with a vintage feel, and I couldn't help but feel super glam in it. The wide width elasticated waist means that it hugs you in the right place, but the elastic itself isn't restrictive at all and on a summers day, restriction is not on the menu! I paired it with my new favourite gold shoes (I really wish I had bought more than one pair!), and a fab pop of colour courtesy of this clutch I got from an event goodie bag.
Nail Varnish: Sleek MakeUp Shade: Texas Red

The top half is nice and stretchy, and felt really airy despite being black. The sleeves are the perfect length for someone (like me) who doesn't like their upper arm area, which means wearing a cardigan is a mute point.
What a great dress and shame on me for hiding it away for so long!


'til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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  1. This dress looks divine on you! It's like it was made for you!

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    1. Oh gosh, thank you so much, Katie. I really do love it and I can't believe I left it in the wardrobe for so long! x

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  2. I've just found your blog in the psbloggers Facebook group so came to have a look. This dress looks gorgeous on you x

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    1. Aww, thanks so much Vicky! Thanks for checking out my blog too :) X

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