Tuesday, 16 February 2016

French Connection sale #OOTD...

Hello lovelies!

Does anyone else do this?  That's right, I'm talking the obligatory changing room photo!  I quite often take photos from the changing room and send them to my poor Mister waiting outside for his opinion (then I always go with my gut feeling regardless of his response!!).  For someone who constantly covets and waxes lyrical about fashion-you'd be surprised to know that I very rarely shop.  After realising that my wardrobe was starting to look a little bit played out, I managed to hit the French Connection sale two Thursday's ago, just as some of the dresses had been marked down so there was lots to choose from (yay!)...

All three were a bargain at £39 each!!  I only bought the second two, the navy dress with the collar and the flowery one (which I was least excited about until I tried it on-it's a beauty and was my favourite!).  I preferred the orange dress in blue but there weren't any left; it wasn't that flattering on me anyway, it was too big.

Back to the point of this blog post, I wanted to share my OOTD and how I styled out the navy dress.  I nearly didn't buy it but felt amazing in it when I wore it last Sunday, so I'm so glad I did!

I paired it with my new Valentino dupes here and my beloved Louis.  I went for my trusty 'Kayleigh' necklace and a bit of a quiff to the hair!  My lipstick is 'Oxblood' from the Burberry Kisses range here.

I'd been having a bit of a rough week, so wanted to dress up to make myself feel better and although we were just wandering around Durham for the afternoon, I felt great.  The power of clothes right there!

You can check out what the French Connection sale has to offer here.  You never know, you might bag a bargain!  Happy hunting!

Kay xxx

PS-you can still vote for me in the SunFM awards for most stylish blogger (and I'll love you forever!) read all about it here and drop me a little vote...thanks! xxx

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