This floral dress, which I wore endlessly with all of my summer clothes last year, is a very basic Clothing at Tesco number from last summer. Sadly it seems to have shrunk dramtically in length over time (combined with many, many washes), because now if I try to bend over whilst wearing it everyone will get a flash of my hind quarters and no one wants to see that.
Not being one for having clothes sitting around in my wardrobe doing nothing I decided to use it or lose it (send to the charity shop for a short lady to make use of.)
Here are 3 ways I’d wear the dress, let me know which look is your favourite below.
A classic clothing twist, pop a dress under a skirt and wear as a top. The easiest of clothing twists!
If I can’t get away with wearing it bare legged without fear of exposing my bottom I may as well embrace our cold summer and sling on a pair of woollen tights and rock it with limted fear of exposing my bum.
Under trousers as a top. It’s a rare day you’ll find me wearing a pair of trousers but I feel oddly comfortable in these high waisted palazzo pants. I wouldn’t try this under fitted trousers because it would create weird lumps and bumps and I have enough of those already, however with baggy trousers like this it works perfectly. I tied my cardigan in at the waist otherwise the look may have been a bit on the baggy side and that makes me look fatter than I already am.
All jewellery throughout – bootsales and charity shops. Stupid poses/faces in all of my posts are care of dares from my husband. Crap photos due to my camera still being broken.
So which look do you like best and how would you wear an ever shinking dress?
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P.S. Yes I was on railway tracks, no it wasn’t dangerous – they are inactive, we had permission. Please do not go on to railway tracks because if you die I’ll feel bad. Don’t make me feel bad, y’hear?
P.P.S. Are you following me over on Pinterest? I fear I’ve become a bit addicted. Again.