Just a quick post tonight to show you what I wore to work today for non uniform day! We usually have to wear all black, so it was a relief to wear something brighter in this mini heatwave we are having! Where I work supports the Alzheimers Society Charity, so in honour of that we decided to wear blue, as that is the charity’s colour. I picked up this dress in the sale yesterday and thought it would be perfect for today. I’ve wanted it since it first came in, but the £70 price tag meant it was too expensive for my bank balance. It was reduced to £40 a while back, and when I spotted one left on the sale rail I knew it was fate! I snapped it up, and after staff discount it only cost £30 – a much more purse friendly price. I know I’ll get lots of wear out of this and I can see it being something I have for a long time.

Dress – Warehouse

Sandals – Primark

Belt – Miss Selfridge (came with a dress!)

Rings – Sitting Pretty & JWLRY

Nails – Tart Deco by Essie

Lips – Nicely Nude by ELF

I love the fit of the dress, and the fine pleats of the skirt are delicate and add a bit more interest. I can’t wait to wear it again already!

In other news, I have restocked the shop today with the ‘Pray‘ range, both the cross necklaces and large cross earrings, so be sure to check those out. All orders this weekend with receive a free plain Twisted Festival bracelet too!


7 responses to “BLUE BIRDS OVER”

  1. Anastasia says:

    Absolutely beautiful dress, you look amazing 🙂 xx

  2. What a gorgeous dress! Warehouse always have lovely things 🙂

  3. Demi-Leigh says:

    The dress is such a lovely colour! I love the little pleats. Love your hair, too!

  4. Emma says:

    what an amazing dress

  5. Rebecca says:

    love the dress! really pretty design!

    I just started up a blog, so have a look if you'd like. I'm currently doing a little topshop voucher giveaway to get going 🙂


  6. Rachel. says:

    Your dress is gorgeous, it's such a cute pattern! xo

  7. Misseblog says:

    Very pretty 🙂 Love that you picked blue after the charity 🙂 x

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