OOTD: A Summer Dress

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‘I like being a woman, even in a man’s world. After all, men can’t wear dresses, but we can wear the pants.’ – Whitney Houston.


Gosh I miss Whiteney Houston. I am listening to one of her hits – ‘One Moment in Time’, and it is so sad to know we will never hear anything new from  that golden voice again. I loved Whitney, and her quote above was one of my fashion favourite quotes.

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I am a jeggings and top girl, but I also love my skirts and my dresses, especially my dresses. I really enjoy wearing dresses, especially in the summer. There is nothing like rocking a cute floral summery dress on a warm summer day. It is the best. I find dresses super comfy and easy to style on warm days. I got this stunning skater dress some weeks ago and this was my first time wearing. I love the design and cut a lot. It was also a perfect fit. This new addition in my summer dresses collection is now a favourite, and I will be wearing this beauty some more. I have a couple of outings planned in the next couple of weeks, so I am happy I am sorted in the dress department.

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I found this skater floral dress very easy to style. I wanted to style it up with a pair of sandals because it has been dead warm over here in Cheshire, so I went for my golden tan sandal and paired it up with this brown bag. I didn’t plan this look in advance, it just fell into place and looked good. I am loving this new method of just going with the flow with styling outfits. Looks like it is working prettily well for me.

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Last week was so busy blog-wise. I got back from my Amsterdam holiday, last Monday, and I had so many collaborations to get started, and that is why I was unable to post an outfit feature so I really hope you like this outfit and are inspired by it.

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What do you think of this outfit? Are you a dress lover? What would you rather wear on a very warm day?

Thanks for reading and commenting. Have a lovely day xo




Kimono Sleeve Skater Floral Dress – Blue Vanilla via House of Fraser

Tan Sandals – here

Black Hat – here

Gold Watch – DKNY

Sunnies – here

Bag – Guess

Earrings – here








How To Create The 70s Boho Look


Hey fashion lovers. You must all know by now that the 70s look is back with the SS15 collections. If you didn’t know, well now you know. The Boho look has the 70s style written all over it, Here are some pieces you will be needing to achieve the 70s Boho look:

A Suede Skirt

To start off, grab a suede skirt to create an instant boho look.

Suede skirt

This soft suede a-line popper front skirt by Topshop for £75 is a good choice. It is a neutral colour so it will blend into your wardrobe nicely.

 A Fringed Top

A fringed top will glam up the 70s Boho look nicely, Here are some examples:

Fringed Kimono Top by Glamorous £17 (sale price, RRP £39)

Fringed top

Patterned Fringed Top by Zara £9.99 (sale price, RRP £39.99)

Zara Fringed Top

A Faux Fur Coat

A faux fur coat will keep you warm and stylish, fashion and function peoples. Here are some options:

Faux Fur coat

Evelin black faux fur coat by Blue Vanilla for £60

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Miss Selfridge faux fur coat £45 (sale price, RRP £99)

Chunky Wooden Platforms

Chunky wooden platforms are essentials when it comes to the 70s Boho look.

Chunky wooden platforms

New Look black chunky wooden platforms £14 (sale price, RRP £29.99)

A Hat

A hat will create an instant hippy chic look. Great style.


This Dorothy Perkins black felt floppy for £14 is a good option.

Sequin Bag

Sequin and the 70s go together. The Boho look won’t be complete without a sequin bag.

Here is one by Miss Selfridge for £7

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What do you think? Are you into the Boho 70s look? Sound off in the comment section.

Thanks for reading, please share and enjoy the rest of your day.





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