|I did my nails with two glitter purple and three grey on each hand to match the purples and greys in the top.|
|Hat: Charity shop; Dress: Polly's, Aberystwyth; Jewellery: Charity shops|
So in my last post I mentioned that I had a new dress. I am seriously utterly in love with it. I tried to get a lot of photographs of it to try and capture how good it is but to be honest they don't really go justice to how good I feel in it. It is incredibly soft. You may have noticed on this blog that I am always wearing sleeveless clothes. In fact even in winter I will wear a sleeveless top with a jumper and coat over it. I really really hate to be too warm or to feel trapped in clothing (I despise polo-necks too), and am always paranoid about sweating. However this is actually two items. Underneath is a greyish brown cotton tank top (super soft) and then the top item only has sleeves at the end, but is also loose over the rest. I think that being loose works to make me look thinner than a lot of other clothes do. Tight clothes show my belly bump, but here I can just imagine that I have a good stomach because no one knows! The batwing style is also very different from my usual colourful wear and thus makes me feel sophisticated and I guess 'fresh'. Unbelievably comfy and feeling that good makes me happy. I don't know that I have ever raved about one item of clothing so much (which should make the giver happy -thanks Nay!).
I am also clearly wearing it as a top not a dress and that is probably what it is for taller people, but when I pull down it covers my short shorts so that makes it a dress to me. This is what I wore to go to a big family gathering of my fiances side, but I intend to wear it to go clubbing too. I would then wear it with black tights and my gold heels.
|Silly posing photo. I always start giggling when I try to do proper poses.|
|There were loads of these beautiful flowers in the park near my fiance's parents house. There were lots of bees around but they wouldn't stay still long enough for photographing.|