Sunday, 5 April 2015

Fashion: Blue Vanilla OOTD Style Post

Blue Vanilla shift dress

Happy Easter to you all and I'm sorry Thursday's post had to move to today. A cold struck me down for a few days but I'm fine now and hope everyone enjoys the holidays. I don't want to keep you away too long for the Easter family fun, that's why today's post is just a quick style post filled with pictures. Hope you'll enjoy.

Blue Vanilla ootd styling post
Dorothy Perkins Watch Necklace
Kate Spade handbag

The Blue Vanilla dress* (via EtailPR) was sent to me a while ago and when I first wore it, it didn't suit me at all. It literally had no tailoring and though it's a small size, it would hang like a linen sack from my shoulders (should have taken pictures, but forgotten to do so) - not very flattering! I brought it to the dress maker and she was able to fix it. She fitted the dress to my measurements and tailored it nicely. It is still a bit casual but has a lovely shape now. You can either team it up with a collarless coat or wear it on its own with some accessories.

Collarless coat Blue Vanilla dress
Blue Vanilla monochrome dress
Blue Vanilla fashion review

Here’s what I’m wearing:

Dress: Blue Vanilla* (similar style, £22)
Shoes: Primark (summer season 2012/2013, £4)
Collarless Jacket: Pimkie (current spring season 2015, 60€/£50)
Watch Necklace: Dorothy Perkins (spring season 2010, £12)
Bag: Kate Spade via Bicester Village (current season 2015, £79)

I love that the dress is made of a thick material which makes it similar to a tapestry dress and you can wear it for those chilly spring days.

Thank you so much for reading today's post and I hope, you'll be joining me on my next adventure. What do you think of the dress? How would you style it?

Till next time,

xx CAZ xx

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*PR sample, opinions and words are my own.
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