Friday, 1 July 2011

It just takes some time, little girl, you're in the middle of the ride.

Originally, I'd planned to post a Glastonbury outfit today. But the first dress I thought I'd feature barely saw the light as of day as it was covered by my kagoul all day, and when I tried to photograph the second dress, my little camera finally decided to succumb to the red wine I'd drowned it in the night before, and died.

So that didn't happen.

Instead, I took the opportunity to take my first outfit post in new surroundings. Yep, I've moved! Nowhere exciting - back in with my parents for a couple of months actually, for various reasons - but they do live in an incredibly pretty place, which is like crack to a fashion blogger, right?

 
 

Dress, Leggings & Wedges - Primark
Necklace - Customised Topshop


I wore this dress on Wednesday - first day back at work after my Glasto adventure - so I wanted something comfortable and easy to throw on. Preferably that didn't require getting up early to iron it. I don't like ironing. I feel like I've mentioned this a lot. Literally, all my favourite dresses are the ones that don't need ironing. I actually forget about the dresses that do, because I wear them once, then wash them, then am like 'Oh, it needs ironing, screw that!' And put them in the back of my wardrobe for a couple of months until I'm like 'WHY DO I NEVER WEAR THIS?'

Anyway, this dress was just £10 from Primark the other day, and I love the print. I think it's a little shapeless, but the print is so pretty I don't care too much. And it's nice and easy to throw on of a morning, which is sometimes all you want from a dress, really.

 
   
 
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14 comments

  1. I love your style, and your figure! In fact I love your blog in general :)
    I need to wear some of my more girly dresses now it's warmer!

    xXx

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  2. It's a lovely dress!
    And wow, the view is amazing. Just had a peek at your other post, it looks like such a beautiful place! xx
    Sirens and Bells

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  3. Love the dress but love the wedges more.

    X x

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  4. Your parent's place/your new place is so beautiful! I'm in awe of the awesomeness. The dress isn't shapeless at all! I can completely relate to the ironing thing: I go shopping, and if it requires serious ironing I assume that I'm going to wear it 5 times, max. I'm far too lazy/hate ironing far too much to own a lot of clothes that require frequent ironing.

    I am ashamed of my laziness....

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  5. Your parent's place/your new place is so beautiful! I'm in awe of the awesomeness. The dress isn't shapeless at all! I can completely relate to the ironing thing: I go shopping, and if it requires serious ironing I assume that I'm going to wear it 5 times, max. I'm far too lazy/hate ironing far too much to own a lot of clothes that require frequent ironing.

    I am ashamed of my laziness....

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  6. I absolutely love this dress, it is so pretty, I think it looks very flattering. What a truly beautiful location too, wow!

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  7. I wouldn't mind moving back in with my parents if I woke up to that everyday!
    I would so love to raid your dresses Sarah! Thisnoe is no exception!
    Sophie
    x

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  8. I hate ironing. There is stuff in the pile that has been in there for months. Literally months. On the bright side, it does mean I discover stuff that I'd entirely forgotten I owned, which is always nice.

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  9. That dress is lovely, and your parents' house looks gorgeous - perfect for outdoor outfit photos!

    Ironing is pretty much the worst thing ever. I tihnk I may actually prefer hoovering to ironing, although it probably comes slightly above taking out the bins!

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  10. The dress looks fab on you :)

    I must start wearing mine now the weather is getting better (hoorah!) :)

    Clare x

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  11. Hey Queen of funnies,
    I love those pinky/purpley hues on you.

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  12. the sleeves on that dress are lovely (well, so is the dress, but SLEEVES)

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  13. This dress looks so pretty and I love the new backdrop! I actually quite like ironing, I find it therapeutic...does that make me weird?!

    Maria xxx

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  14. hello pretty lady! you look lovely, and as usual i adore your dress, the colours are beautiful. xx

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