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On my birthday, my boyfriend kindly treated me to meal at my favourite restaurant. I decided to take the opportunity to wear this amazing paisley print dressing gown that I picked up in a local vintage store. I wore in the way of a kimono style dress and belted it with a vintage tie. I borrowed my mums Versace mules which have a kinda ghetto-fabulous feel and so they’re not the easiest to style up but I love how unexpected they look with this outfit.

I thought that the boyfriend wouldn’t be so keen on this outfit but it turns out he thought it was cool, though he did mention something about Hugh Hefner! Cheeky git. We took these photos pretty late, it was after we had a meal (thank goodness I wasn’t wearing anything fitted, I know who am I kidding, me & fitted just doesn’t happen) and so that’s why they may be a little fuzzy. But still, i’m surprised they came out this well, considering there wasn’t much light!

BLOG UPDATE: I am currently working on Bloglovin incase some of you are wondering why that hasn’t switch over yet. I am emailing them constantly but am having no luck with responses. I will keep working at it and hopefully it will get sorted! Please stick with me 🙂

Hope you enjoy todays outfit post!

Take care,

Daniella xox

 

 

  • Vintage Dressing gown
  • Vintage tie
  • Vintage clutch
  • Mums (old) Versace Mules
Posted by:Daniella Robins

3 replies on “Vintage Dressing Gown Wearing

  1. Congrats on the new blog dear and that dress looks so luxurious!
    P.S. I moved my blog just a little over 6 months ago and had a huge drop of traffic and had some struggle with old backlinks and Bloglovin, etc. etc. Shoot me an e-mail if you need any help with that, the memories are still fresh 🙂

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  2. Awesome! I’m always on the hunt for vintage gowns like this but it’s very hard to find around here. You look great! And congrats on the new blog, I’m loving it 🙂 x

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