I have finally blogged this dress! I was meant to shoot it last Saturday when we had a spell of lovely weather and Matt and I went to Oxford Christ Church Meadow for a picnic. The skies were clear and there was a thirty percent chance of rain. Well suddenly at 3pm cloud surrounded us and that turned to thunder, lightning and HEAVY RAIN! I was having to use the picnic blanket as an umbrella darting from shop to shop! It was an absolute nightmare you would have seen this if you follow me on snapchat (thepixiecut if you wanna give me a staaalllk). I have to say thumbs up to St Moriz because I was wearing INSTANT TAN that day and even though I did get a bit wet, the tan didn't streak! I was well impressed!
So now I can finally talk about this statement Missguided dress! I do love my dresses when it gets to summer, and if they have a pretty print or a festival feel to them then I love it even more. I love the floaty sleeves and the print is bold but girly. Best way to describe it in two words is 'Festival feminine'! The only reason why I wouldn't give this dress a 10/10 is because its sadly too short for me and I am wearing shorts underneath this. These shorts in fact are only £15! I never have to worry about bending over when I wear these and luckily the dress has an inside lining on the bottom half so you can't actually see the shorts through them *smug face*.
I rarely discuss my Quay Australia Sunglasses when I really feel they should have a little mention, since I'm always wearing a pair of sunnies in my post nowadays! I think the colour of these are so unique and the aviator shape make these easy to style. I have always been a fan of the aviator style because they are oversized (not everyone may like this), but my face is quite wide anyways! The Quay Sunnies can be considered a little expensive but compared to designer prices I think these are a reasonable price!