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Ro, Ro, Ro Your Boat

Hehe, this post is not of a nautical nature, it's merely a dedication of love to my dear friend, Ro(hita). She was visiting from the land of Oz and the first thing we had to do was of course shop! On a horribly sticky summers day, we headed to Oxford Street for retail therapy funtimes. I was good and didn't buy a thing, but Ro got all the essentials needed to take back home with her.

I needed something light, airy and comfortable so turned to my ever adored Lady Vintage:
Dress: Lady Vintage London^
Cardigan: South (via Very)^
Sandals: Primark
Bag: Paperchase^
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market
I love this dress because you very rarely see a white dress with polka dots on it; for some reason the white is always the dots so I was thrilled when I saw this online. My dream dress is white with red polka dots but the burgundy is so striking on this dress, I felt great and super cool throughout the day. I accessoried with some of the most comfortable sandals I've ever worn and my favourite tote bag - Geek for life!
Me and my lil' (although ridiculously taller than me!) Ro :) X

We ended the day right with gluttonous endeavours. These desserts were so good and pink lemonade has been my go-to drink all summer:

I loved having Ro visit and I'm super sad she's gone now, but we had the best day and I was wearing a fab outfit!

'til next time.

Love and hugs,

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