Sunday, 19 October 2014

Outfit: Primark £3.00 Dropped Hem Dress

I tweeted a few days ago about a very unseasonable item I purchased last week & as you can tell from the title it's a dropped hem dress! I've seen these all over the blog scene - understandably more in summer - But with a £3.00 price tag I couldn't resist this!

I don't usually wear casual dresses, I much prefer wearing midis & maxis and even with those I don't wear them a great deal. As soon as I put this on though I fell in love! There's something so cosy & relaxed about this, it really struck a chord with me, and kind of made me feel like a tennis player - Bizzare yes I know! I like the way this sits, with the hem just below my hips and then flowing into a floaty skirt which still makes this still quite a feminine look. The jersey material is super cosy & super comfy - I really think this is £3.00 well spent!
I could only really make this a casual look, I can't imagine turning this into a heels & blazer type dress - Answers on a postcard if you have done btw, I'd love to see your look! Because of this I've dug out my trusty Converse boots, I've had these for years & years, and really believe Cons get better with age - I love that roughed up look you get with these. My most favourite sorts luxe bag is making an appearance again - I absolutely adore this boxy style bag and it comes with little handles as well as a longer strap so you can use it as a cross body bag too. I love how simple it is yet it really makes an outfit come together.

How have you styled your dropped hem dresses? I'd love some links ladies so plug away!

Thanks for taking a look. Lots of love.

Dress - Primark (£3.00)
Tights - Primark (£3.00 for 3)
Boots - Converse at Shuh (£48.00)
Bag - Primark (£6.00)
Earrings - Sister Vintage (£1.00)
Bracelet - Vivienne Westwood (£70.00)
Watch - DKNY at HSamuels (£185.00)


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