Wednesday, 27 June 2012


Recently at my internship I've been organising photoshoots...which is literally one of my favourite things to do! I had two female models come in, Stephanie, who I've worked with before in Southampton, and also Hannah. I was also with Asa, a fellow intern, who styled half of the shoot whilst I styled the other half, and my friend Jen took the photos. Head over to Glass Boutique's blog to check out a few snaps from today...they should all be live on the site within the next two weeks, how exciting!

Any way, about my dress! This gorgeous lacey little number is from Dahlia. I've decided to try out lighter shades like white and cream as it is summer after all; I'm not sure how I feel about it yet though! Does it suit me? I love how the turn-up sleeves on this dress make it just that little bit more casual, and I'm excited to see what else I can wear underneath as an alternative to the cream slip...maybe a bright colour!?    

I've styled this Dahlia dress with a Triwa watch, brown ankle socks from Topshop and also tan brogues from Office. Oh, by the way, I have two interviews lined on Saturday for an independent shoe store, and another is a job in e-commerce for an online boutique that sells designer childrenswear. I'm a tad confused about what I even want to do so I shall keep you updated on that! I better go to bed, night! xx



  1. Your internship sounds so great, I would love to witness a photoshoot :) That dress is gorgeous, I think it would look great with a bright colored slip too.

  2. Good luck with the interviews! I'm sure you'll do fab and you look perfect with that dress!

  3. Such a beautiful dress, I love dahlia

  4. Good luck with your appointments, I'm absolutely confident you will rock their socks off! You look gorgeous as ever in that dress and I ADORE your hair!

  5. Omg that watch I seriously want. All the best with the internship. You can do it. xo

  6. like your blog!
    keep posting and go for itttt


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