That Dress indeed. Let me just say it is from Primark and it has a gingham print. Yup. That dress. So originally they had three colours, blue/white, red/white and black/white. I bought the black and red one. Two of the same dresses in different colours because two months ago I was adamant that I would wear That dress to my deathbed. Fast forward to this day and I have worn the red one once and never the black one, in fact its in my wardrobe with a label. A couple of days ago I said I was going to blog about a dress. Primark has seen how popular the dress was and has tempted me YET AGAIN. This time in a fabulous green/black and bright pink/black. So now I have four of the same dresses (SAD!). I like colours and there is no way in hell I would have left these items in Primark for another eager beaver to have. So I got both of them (this was the dress I got stuck in). It is the most obvious Primark dress ever and everyone will want/have one just like the old one, but I don't care-the print and colours are too nice. I have yet to come past any bloggers who has got the two new colours, so I will be the first to show you on the blogsphere (^_^).
Modelled By Stephie. Dress: Primark (£12)
What I wore today. Tee: H&M (£9.99), Bow Belt: Primark (£2), Bow Trainers: Reebok FS Paris (£55), Bow Bag: Zara (£6)
The dress is too 'dressy' for everyday wear that it deserves to have so I have turned it into a skirt. Much more casual and wearable! Don't worry I never cut it, just a simple tuck-and-zip and voila a fab skirt. I love 2-in-1 clothing's. I did chop of that horrendous bow. That is what makes the dress so recognisable! By the way I returned the red dress even though it is 2 months old. I am ashamed! Sorry Primark. I will never do it again. I needed the money!