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Floral Transition


I bought this Collectif dress back in the Summer and had only worn it once, but the awesome thing about it is that it's great for early Autumn. The print has perfect transitional colours and the shirred back makes this dress so easy to wear. I wouldn't wear this in the dead of Winter because the material is quite thin, but during this time of year with the weather still lovely and warm, this is Summer wear, turned Autumn wear at its best: 
Dress: Collectif^
Cardigan: South (via Very)^
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: Simply Be
This angle shows the colours better, but also shows a close-up of the cute, heart-shaped button detail <3

There was also a Dolores cut of this dress, but I went for the Fairy Doll as again, I love the shirred back and it's a lot lighter than its Dolores counterpart, which is what every girl needs when it's Summer! However, as it gets slightly colder I'll likely throw on some boots with this, but as it was a bright sunny day I opted to wear my go-to flats from Simply Be. It's such an easy dress to dress up or down and I love the cute heart-shaped buttons on the bust. I have so many Collectif dresses I'm yet to blog about so expect to see a few more on the blog soon.

'til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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