Guest Blog - Brand Ambassador Miss Lulu Lipstick

Posted on September 26 2018

I for one am super glad to wave goodbye to winter!





I hate having to cover up my outfits with jackets and coats. Separates are a great way to mix and match your wardrobe and the Jill Bow Peep top is perfect for this. It’s super comfortable and very flattering. Obviously that neck line with the bow is super cute! The top gives you lots of coverage without feeling like you’re covered up. It’s a really nice length in the body too so you could wear it over the top of pants or shorts. I’m wearing both the black and white colour ways which will match with any skirt.




I’ve team them up perfectly with the Pink Lemonade Bettie Skirt. I will definitely be wearing these tops a lot with all the skirts in my wardrobe this spring. I’m wearing a size 3XL.


  


But my favourite thing about the warmer weather is wearing dresses! I was so excited when I first saw the Norma Jeane in Peachy Queen. The gingham print reminds me a spring picnics in the sun (there’s a couple of other gingham pieces from the Spring Break Collection that I have my eye on).


 


And I really love orange at the moment, it’s such a fresh vibrant colour. I think it’s a print that you could pair it with lots of different coloured accessories. This dress matches so well with the Perfect Picnic Peach fascinator.


  
 


The fascinator is constructed on a mini straw disc with white double roses and orange fruit to match. Although this dress is a halter neck style, the straps are quite wide which provide some cleavage coverage. They’re also a really comfortable shape. I did wear a strapless bra for this shoot, but I reckon on those hot days I could get away without wearing one. The shirring elastic back also makes this dress really comfortable. The Norma Jeane is fully lined and of course, like all Louella DeVille dresses, comes with generous pockets. I’m wearing a size 20.
 




Pics courtesy of Brookleigh Photography

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