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Monday, 31 August 2015

Fashion | How To Dress Like A Princess

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*Dress - Dresslink | Tiara - Best Friends (borrowed) | Shoes - New Look

First of all, it's Bank Holiday Monday (finally a day off!) and secondly, seeing as this is my 200th post I thought it needed to be a special one! Featuring this beautiful dress from Dresslink. Yes, I did feel like a Princess in this cute little Floral Patchwork Party Dress from Dresslink. I love how this dress floated so elegantly in the wind so effortlessly. It is literally the lightest material so the dress isn't heavy on you and doesn't weigh you down - I'd advise wearing shorts though just incase the wind catches you by surprise! The sizing for this is absolutely perfect and true to size as I ordered this in a size small and it fits so well in all the right places. That's something I've found in a few of the pieces from Dresslink, most pieces do fit me except for the shorts as I ordered them a size too big (oops...my bad) but I work with it and they still look awesome and fit me well with a belt around the waist - the post featuring them is here. They are now my go to shorts actually as I really do love the fit of them. Same goes for the white and vibrant floral dress Dresslink also kindly sent me, I love the bodycon fit to it and flatters my figure nicely, you can view the full post here. The lace bralet also from Dresslink also fits me perfectly which is a bonus as bralets don't always fit around my waist line, as you all may know by now I love my fitted clothing and everything has to fit me properly - view the post featuring the lace bralet here. This is my 100% own opinion on these clothes sent to me. To find out more please check my disclaimer.

Going back onto this dress, I obviously picked the perfect day to shoot this dress, as the wind makes this dress look so much better floating so delicately and elegantly in the air. This is something I would either wear to a wedding, maybe a birthday (definitely my own birthday) or a special occasion of some sort. I am determined to get some wear out of this little treasure. I love how the bottom half of the dress is slightly like a tutu as well. Extra cute points there.

This tiara was what I wore for my 18th Birthday Party which I wrote a post about which you can see here. My best friend kindly let me borrow it and hasn't been returned yet due to not being able to see each other in a while. It's a beautiful little piece that added that extra sparkle that was needed to this outfit and made me feel and slightly look like a princess.

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*Items marked with an asterisk(*) have been kindly gifted for reviewing purposes. All opinions are my own and honest. Please refer to my disclaimer for more information.*

20 comments :

  1. u looks like a little princess,beautiful!!

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  2. like from fairy tale ! ;)

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  3. you look very pretty, I love the dress colour! See you next time :)

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  4. This dress is super cute! You are so pretty too!

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  6. Super cute look. The dress is fabulous. Congratulations on your 200th post, how exciting.
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  7. You really do look like a princess gorgeous. Thank you for stopping by The Cooking Wardrobe. xo

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