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Let The Sunshine In

Well, Summer is here and I couldn't think of a more appropriate dress to blog about, but alas, I can take zero credit for this wonderful charity shop find.

This beaut was found by Hanna, but thankfully (for me) she didn't keep it and instead, asked if I would like it. The pictures she sent me didn't do the dress justice, nor seeing it neatly folded in a bag; what did it for me was putting it on. I love how the bright vibrant yellow looks against my darker skin tone - they really compliment each other and I fell in love with it. I wore this for the first time to an event, and with a simple cardigan, leggings, flats and edgy bag, I was good to go:
60s Inspired Dress: (via charity shop)
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins^
Belt: Dorothy Perkins^
Bag: Blog Swap
Vintage Inspired Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market
A girl has to check her nails y'know ;)

What was even better was discovering (again, through Hanna) that this gorgeous 60s inspired dress was originally £124.90! This didn't even cost me £20 so you only imagine how utterly smug I feel every time I wear it. I love the skater style and the navy blue panels along the bottom.

The perfect sunshine dress!

Oh, and I've (finally) created a Facebook page for the blog! You can check it out here :)

'til next time.

Love and hugs,


  1. This definitely is the perfect sunshine dress, and you look beautifully fierce in it. That first picture is gem! It's so wonderful to get bargains like that as well. They sadly don't come around often enough!

    1. Thank you gorgeous lady! I love the first picture too- even if it is a little blurry :/ xx


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