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Afternoon my lovely lovely readers!!

I have literally vanished off the blogging planet since the beginning of January, and I obviously therefore haven't been updating you with trendy treasures, so I'm sorry for that!! Sometimes though, you need to take a break (a six month break lol) and since I had Alevels this year I really needed to focus my time on those. Also, I've had a bit of a rocky year so far and so I really needed to spend some time on myself and my own well being. But I am 100% back and ready to get back on board with the blog. I am sooo excited! So I hope you enjoy :)

Dress: Kiss The Sky (Asos) 
White Sunglasses: Primark
Peach Sunglasses: Topshop
Heels: Asos 
Fringe bag: New Look
Hoop earrings: Asos

So, this year I have been completely infatuated so far with festival inspired items of clothing, boho patterns and as always, I've been enjoying fringing on items. So, I figured that this dress would be perfect for a summers day, as it's got the most lovely boho inspired pattern. I also adore the colours, coral, blues and pale tones that work ever so well together. I was also intrigued to adventure with Bell Sleeves. I love them. They're so elegant and floaty which I think makes this dress particularly gorgeous and a lot smarter than a dress with regular sleeves. The choker neckline is also great, as it means you haven't got to be too full-on with accessories, and as we all know accessories in the summer heat can be problematic. I only purchased this dress recently, and is still available on Asos. To pair with the dress, I wanted to keep it simple. The hoop earrings from Asos are fab, I've been wearing them a lot and they're so light and easy to pop in. Also, the heels are from Asos, but I've had these a year or so now so they are no longer available. I think nude shoes are so handy, whether they're pumps, sandals or heels, everyone needs some! 

Generally, I love this outfit as it's cool but effortless and I would definitely recommend having a look at what items Kiss The Sky have available on Asos! 

Lots of love,

Link to the dress: 
Kiss The Sky Dress

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Earrings: ASOS

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