What I Wore Wednesday | Superwoman11/02/2016 02:21:00 pm
Last week I went to see Rebecca Ferguson - a beautiful woman with a gorgeous voice. She's been one of my favourite artists for a long time now, her songs are all so heart felt and I love singing along to each of them (talk about the ultimate shower songs). So when Rebecca advertised a new tour a year or two back, I jumped onto ticketmaster and bagged my sisters and I three row A seats. This new tour - titled Superwoman after her newest single - was everything I could have wished for, and Rebecca showed off her voice beautifully.
Up close and personal with Rebecca was the ultimate dream, and being able to watch her twirl around the stage or pelt out another high note was incredible. I did try to vlog the whole experience, although it's not turned out how I expected... we'll see if I can make anything decent out of the drunk footage I got. But I do plan to put together a blog post with some of the incredible images I got and to give some real appreciation to such a wonderful woman.
For such an occasion, a new outfit was needed. I popped into town recently to pick up some new things, including a dress to put on as I chair danced away to each song.
I picked this dress up from H & M, for a bargain price of £13. I paired it along with my old heeled boots, and my black leather jacket.
Before the concert, I spent the day with my sisters getting ready. This included many a drink, plates full of food and gallons of hair spray. I decided to curl my hair - creating a bit of a bigger look than I'm used to, but made me feel all glammed up. I decided to snap up some photos of my outfit, and chose the charming back ground of my garden... looks pretty glam ay? It's a lot nicer in person.. but in hindsight I won't be taking photos with this as the back drop again!
I love how this dress felt, its floaty enough, but figure flattering at the same time. The cinched in waist is subtle but makes this dress less boxy. The pattern is cute - flowers will be perfect for the summer, but the darker colours are ideal for autumn. There's a slit at the front that ties at the neck line, making this dress a little bit risky but not too revealing at the same time. My favourite part of this dress is the sleeves - who doesn't love a dress with sleeves! It's the best thing for this time of year, adding a little extra warmth. I also think this dress will look adorable with a jumper over the top, or worn with my chunky woolly cardigan.
What do you think of this dress?
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