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How I Looked: Floral Glaswegian




As I mentioned at the end of last week my mum was in town and as part of her West End tour I made her take photos of me 'round the back of Suchiehall Street. It's okay, we're in Glasgow so we'll just look like vain tourists!

This is one of the two dresses I quickly picked up in New Look on the day of the INAA awards announcement night without even trying on. But for my walk about town with Mummy Mo I decided it was time to try it on.


The dress is really floaty and you might spot in the second photo that I'm holding it down slightly. That is because the split at the side can really split and leave not much to the imagination, if you get what I mean.

The back (as you can see) also had a split and could show most of my back (and bra) if the wind blew a certain way. Hence why I chucked on the denim jacket. You know, for modesty.




These two rings are from my favourite Dundee boutique Maggie's Farm, however I have seen similar rings popping up in other Scottish shops of a similar nature (even Sloan's Market). The star one used to have a circus lion on top (best description I could think of) but I lost it heading out to do an outfit post last February. Boo!

But that was the same weekend I purchased the seven dwarfs knuckleduster.

And let's be honest, I don't think I'll ever own a ring as great as the seven dwarfs knuckleduster.

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