Tuesday, 15 March 2011

A 'new dress' and more movies

So yesterday I had to go into work cause some insurance guy was coming to fix a chip in my car windscreen, and me being dense, thot I was gonna be at work when I made the appointment. However I didn't change it cause I live in scumville and there was every chance some lowlife would see it getting fixed then put a brick thru it ( you think I'm joking...).

Anyway... off I went to work, and did some time-wasting by getting my weekly shop at the neighbouring supermarket and previewing Chalet Girl. Which was tragic. Totally not surprising, altho it started well - some mild swear words were thrown about (not condoning swearing, just find the films I like usually have them!) and the whole female cast were gorge, so I was paying some attention. But somewhere along the line it just became bland and predictable (ok it was always predictable), plus I think Ed Westwick is meant to be a big deal, but I have no clue who he is and he had a rather distracting accent - think somewhere between British and Australian... I gave it 2 stars but in hindsight it really only deserves 1 I think.

Ok, mega long review over, here's what I wore!
Blazer - charity shop £2.50
Cardi - charity shop £2
Pullover - charity shop £1
Blouse - M&S, rather old
Jeans - DP Tall £20ish
Boots - New Look £20
Some close ups - couldn't even begin to guess how often I've worn this blouse...
Kinda love accessorising my pony-tails - if its not a scarf its some kiddy bobbles or a bow clip

Did a quick run to one of my fave charity shops before work - not been there in weeks and was pleased to pick up a few goodies. Found this vintage M&S dressing gown for £2, its so pretty and when I got it home I realised I had one of their nightdresses in the same fabric that I planned to wear as a dress this summer. Which brings me to my point - can this work as a dress? It just seems too pretty to wear as an actual dressing gown, so I added a slip, belt and my new sandals (ignore the tags!) and tested it out. I quite liked it, but would everyone on the street look at me and think 'why is she wearing a nightie out?!'

Close up of the pretty detailing
Also found a couple of pretty 'pony-tail' scarves for 50p each...
...and a cute gingham blouse for £1. Ok now I gotta stop buying summer clothes, seriously this time! Especially since we had a bit of a snowstorm earlier...

:)

10 comments:

  1. It would totally work. I'd stitch some cerise ric-rac to the sleeves and hem.xxx

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  2. i love the print, so darling :) xx

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  3. I'd be thinking "Want. That. Dress!" It's utterly gorgeous.

    Love the floral blouse and pretty jumper combo as well. You have the best luck in charity shops!

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  4. Very pretty dress.

    Great charity haul!

    X x x

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  5. Great buys, defo get away with wearing it as a dress - least you know no one else will be stealing your thunder with the same dress - love love love the look. Scarlett x

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  6. Lovely dressing gown! Can't help thinking you need to do a little something to it though - like Vix said maybe some embellishment, or maybe make the sleeves a little less flouncy? I'm not much help am I - I'm sure you'll make it work tho! xx

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  7. It def works as a dress, its so cute. You got some great charity shop pieces. I always have a look but don't often find anything much.
    http://cgdn.blogspot.com/

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  8. I see you work in a cinema- me too! That dressing gown totally works as a dress, I hadn't even registered that it was a dressing gown!

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  9. i have been after a gingham sleeveless bouse for waaay too long, good find!
    and i love all the layers in your outfit, esp the ponytail scarf!! :)

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  10. Yeah, it can definantely work as a dress with some bold jewellery and accessories. I love the New Look boots too!

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