A great dress for this season, the dress has a neutral shade ( something in between what the French would call “taupe” and a terracotta brown). The heart details add a little extra touch, stopping it from being too plain. It is versatile: can be worn by day, and also as evening wear if dressed up and accessorized well. Also, at the moment, who can resist crochet?
Created by me.
Dress by River Island €320 ( you can find this on RiverIsland.com ).
Shoes by Billabong €18 ( you can find them on swell.com ).
Sunglasses by Ray-Ban €110 ( you can find them on JCrew.com )
To the delight of the whole nation, Easter weekend is just around the corner! Now although for many of us our minds may automatically ‘spring’ to three VIP-ersonal aspects about the occasion: ie, two four day weeks, a four day weekend AND chocolate egg’s galore, it’s also an incredibly poignant time for all Christians alike, and for our country too it may so seem. For a girl who works every Sunday without fail even I won’t be doing the honours of turning up to work this week (I’m not being a scalliwag, the place will be shut down!) so to sum up; Easter is important. For many reasons. Capiche?
Now, considering we’ll all be flouncing around this weekend with the joys of Spring in our every step, I thought it’d be a wise move to conduct a week’s worth of 'Fashion Finds’. After all, who wouldn’t kindly welcome a wardrobe top up at this time of the year? Although my first find may not scream my name as loudly as my usual sources, it’s typically Easter and can be easily toughened up with a neon clutch and a pair of towering heels. The longer sleeves, the clinched in waist and the soft print are incredibly flattering too- which is what we all want to hear once we’ve scoffed our lives worth of Easter egg’s into our gob’s, right? Nice one, RI.
If you’d like to check out River Island’s floral number, have a little click on the link!