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Pulp Fiction Switch-Up


I have a thing for white dresses, but being total klutz makes me fearful to wear it. I have four white dresses and this is the latest via a sale steal from ASOS: 


Dress: ASOS^
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Leggings: South (via Very)
Peep-toe Sandals: Primark^
I wore this to the Pulp Fiction Geek-Out, at The Prince Charles Cinema (i.e my second home) and everyone was encouraged to dress up for the screening. It would have been classic of course to go with a black suit and crisp white shirt, but as you know, I'm not a fan of black as the main colour of an outfit, so I decided to switch it up with a white dress and black accessories. I love the sheer panel along the bottom as it adds a lovely detail to an otherwise plain dress, and black and white is a great combo to dress up or down. White is also another "fat girls shouldn't wear..." item, but as you can see, I didn't have a care in the world:
The night was so fun as it always is at The PCC, and dancing in our seats to the soundtrack while drinking Pimms was nothing short of a perfect night in homage to a cult-classic film. 

'til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha xxx


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  1. You look fantastic! I am equally clumsy so completely afraid to wear white-but I love the chic mix of black and white in your look I'm thinking of including something small and white and going from there.

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    1. Thanks so much Jodie. White is such a great colour and if you're clumsy like me it's definitely worth trying smaller pieces to get a classic look. :)

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  2. I hate that white is demed as a color Fat girls should not wear. I myself usely stay away from white as I usely get everything all over it . Not normally a messy person I believe it's the white curse.

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    1. Haha, it just always seems to happen doesn't it?! Luckily on this occasion I went home stain free. :)

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