OOTD – Baroque – Dahlia Top

Dahlia top - UK fashion blog

This is my second purchase from Dahlia (there was a 20% bank holiday discount!) and I am as equally thrilled as…

I have been with my lace top which I’ve worn on countless occasions (see here) and which is a very active part of my wardrobe. I was immediately drawn to the bright baroque-esque print but then wasn’t so sure when I saw the contrasting longer back. Here I’ve tucked it on, but you’ll see it in its full glory soon as I’ve have quite a few outfit posts coming up. What I loved about this top when it arrived this morning was how obvious and easy it was to throw on with a pair of cutoffs and how suddenly looked like I had a full-on outfit going on. Not too much to go to the post office because of its loose and comfy fit but certainly enough if I wear out on a Friday night.

I slipped on my Ancient Greek sandals as the thong seems to echo part of the top’s design and the strong raspberry colour of my new Village England bag (ooh, I’ve got a What’s In My Bag post lined up!) fitted in perfectly with the navy and gold. Summer is still here and I’m not going to hurry into my autumn wardrobe quite yet (though I have just gone and stocked up on a whole load of new jumpers!). What do you think of the top? It’s not what I would usually go for, as I do like to keep colours simple and more blocky, and I’ve lost my penchant for floral pieces this last year. However, this seems to be quite a sophisticated version of floral print. I think you’re going to be seeing a lot of it to come. Have you bought any new wardrobe cornerstone pieces lately?

Wearing Dahlia top (sold out), Village England Cranleigh bag (c/o), Zara shorts (summer season) and Ancient Greek sandals (sold out), Portuguese Heart ring (c/o).

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