Tuesday, October 7

Not Letting Go of Summer





Dress: Tmart* | Sandals: La Redoute | Jewellery: Borrowed from my mum
Oops! Its been along time since my outfit pictures have been taken in my bedroom but when I got up on Monday there was a storm raging outside and I didn't have any other option.

When I received this dress a couple of weeks ago from Tmart it instantly said holidays to me. It is a lovely lightweight material with would be perfect if the weather was hotter. The colours are every bit as bright as on the website which I am very happy about it - it was the bold orange colour that first attracted me to it. Here I've dressed it up for the evening or a party look. With more jewellery than normal and sparkly sandals it would make a great statement. 

If you were to pair the dress with a black blazer (which I don't own) or even a leather jacket (again I don't have one) then you could still wear it in the colder months - but only if you were going to an indoor event you know would be warm. I can't wait until a suitable event comes up I can wear it too. 

Would you wear this dress now it has got colder? How would you style it? Please let me know in the comments below.

8 comments:

  1. it's so pretty i' not letting go for summer either. you look pretty

    www.bumascloset.com

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  2. Stuff you autumn- you can't take away our summer spirit! X

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  3. This is such a cute pattern, love the colour on you!

    Emma at www.collagemepretty.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. lovely dress but your hair is stealing the show here! it's looking shiny and lush!

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  5. Gorgeous dress! The necklace is lovely too :) xxx

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  6. Your hair is absolutely gorgeous! It looks so healthy. It's definitely a very holiday dress but it also makes a nice evening dress!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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