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Wednesday, 11 July 2012

chanson d'amour..

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shoes: New Life (originally Primark)
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dress: H! by Henry Holland
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Today's outfit is one of the dresses I picked up at the weekend, from the Henry Holland range at Debenhams. I'm not really sure what the print is supposed to be, but I like it.

The shoes were a weekend bargain as well, £2.99 from the New Life charity clothes outlet, which we stopped at on our way. I like the concept, although it can be a bit like sifting through a jumble sale. I've been a few times now and have managed to come away with some bargains, including Irregular Choice shoes and dresses which I know have been from Monsoon, Warehouse and River Island originally, but you do have to really search.

Suffering with a cold today and rather glad it's midweek. Rangers this evening after a swim and hopefully buying a second hand shed for the allotment. If I can figure out a way of transporting it, that is.

10 comments:

  1. those shoes are a great find! i almost never have the patience to rummage for good finds, it's why i never go to tk maxx haha xxx

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  2. That dress is lovely, such a fun print! x

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  3. I am now singing that!

    That outfit looks blooming amazing on you! Your legs look great. Jealous? Hell, yes.

    Caroline
    xxx

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  4. that print is insane, but I love it!

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  5. Buy four skateboards and push? I volunteer to help!

    Anywhoo you're looking gorgeous and I DEMAND you take me swimming soon.

    xx

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  6. Such a gorgeous print on that dress and those shoes are amazing!

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  7. I do love a Henry Holland dress! This is gorgeous =)
    How does one transport a shed then?
    xx

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  8. I love how your yellow shoes match the yellow in the dress!

    Love Roza xxx
    http://alittlebitofroza.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. You look amazing, I'm so jealous of your legs

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  10. I have this dress too, the skirt is so full isn't it? It was called 'Eiffel Tower print' dress online and I remember not even noticing them between the chairs and poodles etc at the time.

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