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Monday, 27 February 2017

A bee-utiful dress

After what felt like possibly the longest day ever, I finally got to visit my sister in Leeds last week. I unfortunately got caught up in storm Doris and was stuck on a train for around 7 hours, my journey was originally only meant to take 2! So the following morning I made up for lost time and got ready for the day, went shopping, had lunch, shot a blog post, went bowling and then went for dinner. It's fair to say I packed a lot into one day. 

I picked up this dress in Zara during my shopping spree, along with a super cute gingham mini dress. I really love that gingham is a big trend  this season, I've worn it for years thanks to my obsession with Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz as a child. I'll be sure to buy lots of gingham things before the trend disapears again. Zara has some really great pieces in this season, I'd really recommend going in and trying lots of things on. There were so many cute summery dresses and playsuits but I had to remind myself that I do not need add anything else to my already bulging wardrobe and chest of drawers, apart from the two dresses I've just mentioned of course...! 

Zara Bee Dress



  1. Looking beautiful lady! Zara always have the most wonderful spring bits and bobs, I just love the attention to detail! Sounds like you had a lovely weekend with ya sis (bar Doris), I need to visit Leeds soon! Immy x

  2. You look super cute !


  3. What a cute dress! If I spotted it in Zara I would have bought it too. It's really simple, yet the cute bees detail changes everything.
    Storm Doris was a pain haha, let's keep our fingers crossed than spring will arrive soon instead :)

    Julia x
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    1. I have everything crossed that Storm Doris doesn't make an appearance again! Thanks for commenting Julia :) xo


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