I put this dress on, and my boyfriend told me I looked like I was wearing a picnic rug. Admittedly, gingham isn’t for everyone, and I swing between thinking it’s adorable and on-trend to nauseatingly twee. At the moment, I fall into the first camp: especially with the warmer weather and light, breezy evenings.

This Asos swing dress is ideal for summer, because it’s airy, oversized and has a bit of a sleeve – which, if you’ve read my blog before, you’ll know is a winner for me; bingo wings are defo not the one. The star of the show, however, are these red M&S heels: the struggle for a comfortable platform is legit real, and I’ve managed to find them, nestled between some Percy Pigs and a caterpillar cake. These shoes are like walking on air, even though they’re sky-high – honestly, I want them in every colour. Soz, bank account…

dress: asos | shoes: marks & spencers | sunglasses: wildfox | bangle: hermes

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2 thoughts on “GINGHAM

  1. Gingham is a pretty difficult trend to rock – there’s such a fine line between cute and tacky, at least for me! You look great in it x


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