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Sunday, 12 July 2015

Outfit: White Knitted Midi Dress







Dress: c/o ASOS
Sliders: Atterley (similar)

This is another outfit I wore in Kefalonia (serious holiday blues looking through my photos!) - a simple knitted white midi, giraffe print sliders and one delicate piece of jewellery. This kind of a dress is a must-have in my summer wardrobe - it's so fresh and clean and is really easy to just throw on with minimal effort.   

Just before I left, this rose gold Astrid & Miyu ring arrived from JewelStreet and I knew it would be perfect for this kind of look. JewelStreet is like an online version of one long street lined with over 300 beautiful designer jewellery boutiques from all over the world - but you can browse at home in your pants and a top knot. I discovered a load of new brands when I was looking through, but this ring is the one that stood out to me most. I love rose gold pieces as an alternative to gold, and the delicateness of it adds a bit of subtle glamour to my outfit. It's a bit small so I'm not sure if it's meant to be worn at the top of the finger or I just have really chunky fingers...either way I like it up there anyway! 


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  1. You look amazing - love how you kept the dress simple with only the ring as a finishing touch
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    1. Thank you - I like to keep it light in summer!

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  2. so pretty! nice dress!

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    1. Thanks Ramida - this dress is fast becoming one of my favourites!

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  3. Awesome shots :) I think you must share your photos on www.voguedrobe.com, too :)

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  4. Oh WOW! That dress just looks stunning on you. And such a great choice to mix it up and pair it with those sliders x

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