Following on from my holiday OOTD day #1, here’s my second day outfit! Thank you all so much for the lovely comments on that post by the way 🙂 I wore this dress (H&M, £12.99) on the second day of my holiday when we went to visit an old town on a mountain (yawn). I wore it with a plaited tan belt (£1, Primark) and matching sandals (£5, Select). I also found this floral little beauty of a bag in my wardrobe brand new that I bought last summer but never used! I love it! It was also from H&M.…

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I had my cousins Holy Confirmation on the weekend, so I got to choose a pretty dress to wear for the event. I had a lovely day seeing all my cousins! I decided to wear this dress that I bought in the River Island sale at the beginning of the year, which was reduced from £35 to £15. It’s a lovely minty colour, with an ivory lace panel on the bodice, with a scalloped edge, and long skater skirt. I teamed it with my pretty floral wedges from Shoe Zone, and my new Ted Baker handbag. Check out my nails…

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I showed you last week the goodies from Ted Baker that I managed to pick up, and this gorgeous dress was included. It was reduced from £149 to only £49, and it has applique heart detail around the bodice, and a lovely lined floaty skirt. It is too big for me, so in the photos I’ve had to pin it back. But I love it so much! I can’t wait for an event to wear it! Maybe my new nephews Christening, I’m going to be an auntie again, the little baba is due beginning of September and I’m so excited!…

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Madam Rage sent me this wonderful dress from their ‘New In’ section on their online boutique store. It’s called the Cream Heart Print Dress, and I chose it because I love the Peter Pan collar and cute print. It has an elasticated waist which cinches in your waistline, and it includes the black skinny patent belt. The colour is a nudey cream, with a black ditsy heart print all over. The pointed Peter Pan collar is my favourite touch, and I love the floaty, girly skirt! The dress is a great length on me, not too short, but not too…

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This weekend I visited Cambridgeshire (again) and I wore this very cute little shirt dress from Prodigy Red. If you’ve not heard of them, Prodigy Red is an online fashion retailing brand bringing  its customers fast fashion and high street looks at incredible value for money prices. I was kindly offered a dress as a sample and I picked this dress because I love the colour and cute print. It’s also a great shape, with a fitted top half and a pleated skirt. The dainty pastel ice blue buttons start from the bottom of the dress, all the way up…

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