Casting one LMD (little mustard dress) from Reiss as the star of the show, I have created a weekends worth of outfits, all very different, for a variety of occassions, using pieces from my wardrobe. The dress is fairly new, I spotted it in the sale, and received it for my birthday (that's my birthday, not DC's!) You Brit bloggers may have spotted it before in the shop, but for those who haven't, its made of silk, making it hang beautifully, and is the most beautiful decadent, mustard yellow colour. In a wardrobe full of other dresses from H and M and Topshop, this is definitely a "grown up dress".
Just seen, a bright peek of the dress around the neckline. Reeboks for stomping around the art block and the suede skirt to wear and inevitably spill paint down, but worn anyway for "sensible" flirtiness.
Yeah, because I go to these all the time... Worn with a circus inspired theme of an old frilly, gold blouse from Spitalfields Market and a pair of colourful 90'S kids glasses as a humourous antidote to wayfarers. (I have no idea where they came from, but they have always been around..)
4. Saturday Night. An autumn evening by the bonfire.
Worn on a crisp autumnal evening snuggled by the bonfire with blankets and friends. For grunge factor, I paired the dress with my oversize plaid shirt, wooly knee socks and faithful beanie. It's like the pretty, rich dress is Marissa and it's been tainted and influenced by Volchok.
Worn simply, under a long graphic tee from all saints. The fabric of the All Saints tee is pleasingly "maleable" after being worn, and can easily look baggy, which compliments the smart look of the dress, perfect for lying about on the sofa on a sunday afternoon.
*(Thanks to Elle, Buttonsandstars and Penelope for the suggestions!)