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FASHION: Lavish Alice


Last Sunday I was just getting into bed when I got a call from my friend saying do I want to go clubbing. I had less than half an hour to get ready, which isn't too bad for me really, I take forever to put together an outfit but once I've chosen it really doesn't take long to put it on, do my eye liner and leave haha 

Luckily for me, this amazing dress had arrived that morning and it was the perfect outfit ready to go. I'm not normally a big fan of wearing dresses to go clubbing but what I loved about this one was that it looks like a cute little co-ord and its a pretty summer colour too. I hardly ever go clubbing in Essex and I know that it's a lot more dressed up than me in my shorts, crop and converse on the tube into cheapskates hahah so this was the perfect excuse to wear it out! Looking back at these photos which I took the next afternoon I think I probably could have done with sizing down to a 6 as it was just a little bit too big but its not a problem, I still love it!

For once my nails actually coordinated nicely with the rest of my outfit, they even had a little gem on them which helped with the whole Essex vibe haha 

Dress* - Lavish Alice
Heels* - Boohoo 
Gels* - NailsByRuthG (got a seperate post coming for that!)


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3 comments

  1. Oh wow , your shoes are dreamy sweetie ., want them so bad !!!
    you look beautiful in this post

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  2. Such a pretty outfit turned out, you look really nice! Lovely snapshots as well!
    Have a fabulous time!

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  3. That dress is lovely! The colour is amazing. I love everything in pastel blue at the moment. I think it is such a cute spring/summer colour! x

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