Last Monday was my 23rd birthday (I know, lets get the anti ageing products out!) and on Saturday I went for a night out in Durham to celebrate with the girls. It was a pretty wild night filled with many cocktails. In all honesty, I drank far too much than I usually do on a night out so yesterday I was nursing a very sore head! Were too bottles of champagne really necessary? Possibly not. I had a fantastic night and I was so pleased I wore flats as my dance moves would give Michael Flatley a run for his money.
Tonight, I thought id show you the outfit that I wore. I picked up the dress at the Simply Be VIP store opening that I attended in Liverpool recently. It is not a style that I would usually go for and to be honest, at £70, its not a price I would usually opt to pay either. That's whats so good about Simply Be opening stores. I got to try on a long sleeved dress which I would never have ordered online, in a colour I wouldn't have ordered as I didn't think that I would suit the style or colour and I got to try a range of sizes. I tried on four different sizes of this dress until I bought the one I wanted as it was a large fit. Realistically, I would never have been able to afford to pull out £280 to buy four of the dresses online to then send three back. I cant tell you how happy I am with the dress, I absolutely love it and it made me feel gorgeous from the inside out- it was so worth the money I paid for it.
Cornelli Tunic Dress by Frock & Frill at Simply Be
Black ankle length leggings from Evans
Pink Blush flower sandals from Primark
Black and gold bag from J by Jasper Conran at Debenhams
White gold and diamond rings
Black chandellier earrings from Next
Heart necklace from Next
Nail Polish is 3 coats of Pastel Pink by Models Own with two coats of Barry M Pink Iridescent
What outfit makes you feel beautiful? Have any of you been to the Simply Be store in Liverpool yet? Do you prefer online shopping or going to a shopping centre?