Shoes: Chie Mihara
The promise of spring is in the air, and I’m dusting off some of my warm-weather dresses. It’s still too cold to completely eschew the cardigans though.
This Asos Curve dress is a favourite (though it creases annoyingly quickly, simply hanging in the wardrobe). The heart print fabric made it a must-buy the moment I found out it wasn’t as crotch-skimmingly short as the product photo suggested it would be.
The heart print cardigan from Dangerfield was ALSO a must-buy when I saw it (hearts? who doesn’t love ’em?) even though it was overpriced.
Put them together, and maybe it’s overkill, but I quite like it anyway!
Really like this combination of dress and cardigan – the neckline of the dress looks great with the buttoned-up cardi! 🙂
I don’t think it’s overkill at all, in fact I think the two heart prints tie the ourfit together nicely. You look lovely as always 🙂 P.S. I want your shoes!
I adore the way that dress looks with those red shoes.
LOVE!! Totally beautiful! Really wishing I had that pull out of my closet right now!
Oh I am so in love with this!
I love Asos at the moment, I never knew how well fitting their goodies were until I bought something on eBay 🙂
Not buying that dress when it was in stock is one of my biggest shopping regrets. I have ebay notifications set up so that if anyone ever sells it there in my size I can maybe get it but so far nothing. I imagine everyone is hanging onto it. Combining it with a heart sweater in red and white doesn’t feel like overkill to me, it’s just right.
Def heart winner-I also love the two necklines combined! Cute as shoes! So pretty!
You look like the funnest kindergarden teacher! Which is totally compliment in my book because I tend to think of my style as kindergarden teacher chic.
I am all about this outfit. You look great. 🙂