The cutest pink dress

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From being inspired by the recent ‘Notting Hill’ carnival to being here in Notting Hill itself. Showcasing the cutest pink dress on the cutest street- Portobello Road. I don’t head off to Notting Hill as often as I would like  but whenever I do it brings back childhood memories of when my dad used to take me on a sunday morning which was always a really fun trip out! To any of you who haven’t been I would highly recommend a day out in and around the little streets off Portobello even if it’s  just  for a coffee and a crepe (which is exactly what I did after these photos were taken).

Moving onto the dress – the most important part of this blog post. I think once you are a girly girl, you’re always a girly girl and although pink isn’t the main focus point of my wardrobe anymore, I still love wearing it. I really loved the shape of this dress, I am always drawn towards long-sleeved dresses and I loved the elastic around the middle – exentuating  that all important waist. I also loved the tone of pink and the silk fabric, making it really feminine and pretty. This is one of those dresses that is a perfect amount of sexy and cute and a great investment piece in any wardrobe.

I would wear this on a night out but happily wear it in the day time with sandals too.

Dress: Pretty little thing 


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  1. 7th October 2016 / 12:59 pm

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