The Peasant Dress


As luck would have it, the colour-pop blooms on this peasant dress wouldn’t let me leave the Free People showroom without their pretty floral faces, despite the wintry December night…

Having just recovered from a rather sickly Christmas and New Year (me), they called out to me once again – this time, from the back of my closet where they had been rather unceremoniously flung – for a little Sunday playtime. They had obviously sensed my celebratory mood, puffed up no doubt by a mention in the current issue Porter as sporting a style relevant to the forthcoming spring (SPRING, people!) – The Peasant Dress. (Love how Porter has decided to take ownership of the definite article; everything is a ‘THE’. And why not. Only choose what’s forever fabulous, right?).

So, here it is. The ever so pretty peasant dress with the simplest of jewellery and classic black ankle boots as I listen to Tracy Chapman on the 80s channel and forget about it all. It’s Sunday after all. No intention of leaving the house – which I’ve been subjecting to a pre-spring spring clean and enjoying the light-feeling fruits of my labours.

Free People dress*, Seven Boot Lane boots (in sale), AB Antonio Bayana necklace ∴

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    1. Thanks Sophie! Yes, it’s really filling me with spring like feelings, so pretty & colourful!

    1. Trust me, they’re the shortest legs going 😉 But thankyou, and yes, hair down is fun but just not very good with it, must do it more!

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