In the last few seasons I’ve dabbled a bit with boho. This has mainly taken the form of high waisted flared jeans, high necked lace tops and a touch of fringing. Ultimately though my whole attitude is a million miles from the hippie, loose flowing hair, let it all hang out ‘vibe’. However I suppose the key is, as with all these trends, to just add an element of whatever trend it happens to be and work it in with a style that you’re comfortable with.
I’m growing tired of sales now, we really are getting to the dregs of what the shops have to offer. However I did have a quick whizz around Monsoon yesterday as their reductions are beginning to hit the 70% which is something that always gives me cheer. And what did I find but this mid length, patterned red dress, complete with a hassled hem. I do appreciate this style of fitted under the boobs isn’t everyone’s bag but I maintain that it’s a flattering style as it glosses over any troublesome tummy area and that bit around the rib cage doesn’t tend to get too out of shape. Again maybe not a style to go for if you’re large chested. However this baby is a silky material but still machine washable – what’s not to love.
Anyway I’m chuffed with my dress, its very ‘me’ as my husband said. When he says things like this I never really know if its a compliment or him trying to say that its a particularly boring look. Hey ho though, when it comes down to it his opinion isn’t too important in matters of clothes – if I like it then all is good. Almost forgot, price, £24 down from £89. Worn in the photo with M&S Autograph polo neck and LK Bennett tan boots.
There’s arguments going down in the White household – what to view tonight at the cinema related. Is The Danish Girl one for the boys? Husband fears not! Really a night out is a night out, so I should be content with any option. I will report back.
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