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Geisha Zombies Invade Covent Garden

This is the second instalment of my friends visiting the UK shores. If you saw my last post about this, I had been running around London enjoying the company of some dear friends, and this occasion we headed to Covent Garden. Myself and Ro were joined by our gorgeous friend, Nads, and we went for lunch at a super nice restaurant called Wild Mushroom. I don't have any picture of the food but I do have a picture of my Princess Jasmine beauties:
 Too much gorgeousness!

I wanted to wear something dressy but fun so turned to my collection of swing dresses. I'm so in love with this zombie, geisha print and also have the white version. Hell Bunny are quickly becoming one of my go-to places for 40s/50s goodness and this dress is great for any occasion:
 Dress: Hell Bunny (via Soho's Clothing)^
Cardigan: Collectif
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: Primark
Sunglasses: Spitalfields Market

I know there are those who don't like the halter neck style but the great thing about this dress is the shirred back; the shirred back means the halter isn't so rigid and that's great news when you have a hearty bosom like myself because the weight can really hurt the back of your neck. Thankfully, and again, because of the shirred back, I didn't have a problem at all which is a lifesaver when running around all day.

After lunch we just walked around enjoying the weather and were later joined by a few more of our friends before finishing the day off with dessert. It was such a lovely day with lots of catching up with some of my best friends.

'til next time!

Love and hugs,

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  1. I looove this dress. I seen it a while back and never got round to buying it booo x

    1. Hi Kitty :) I love the dress too and I'm glad I got the white one too (which is my favourite one). Hopefully they bring it back for Halloween. x


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