What would be my perfect style of clothing? Something Unique? Vintage? or Modern? Perhaps a mixture of all three? I am not sure, I seem to change my mind daily! Certainly, I love shoes and dresses. If you are a regular reader of my blog you will know I like floral or polka dot designs.
It was a pleasure then, to be asked by Joe Browns last week if I would like to review something from their website. I often browse the website as their clothes are right up my street. Modern clothing with a vintage twist and lots and lots of floral designs. Result.
After a busy weekend painting, building a trampoline and gardening I was exhausted. After the school run on Monday, I fitted in a quick run and spinning class. Treated myself to a nice long shower, then I decided to have some me time and have a day of dressing up (At least until the kids were due to be picked up!).
I picked this Japanese blossom dress. I loved the style and pattern and thought it would be ideal for the summer season. When it arrived it looked amazing, even better than I imagined. I couldn’t wait to try it on.
The dress is really good quality, looks beautiful, fits great and makes you feel really confident when wearing it. I love this dress…
About the Japanese blossom dress:
- Classic 50s inspired dress.
- With net trimmed underskirt.
- Striking cherry blossom print.
- Secret zip.
- Perfect for summer.
- Body: 97% Cotton, 3% Elastane.
- Lining: 100% Cotton.
- Trims: 100% Polyester
- Approx Length: 90cm
- 40 degrees machine wash
- Available in pink or black and white.
I cannot wait to go on my holidays now to show it off. I just need somewhere fabulous to wear it. Perfect for a wedding, celebration, night out, summer garden party (or just walking around your home pretending your Carrie Bradshaw like me!!)
I would like to say a big thank you to Joe Browns for gifting me the dress and my 11-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter for taking these beautiful pictures for me.
Dress ~ Joe Browns
Shoes ~ Local shop
About this post~
I was asked to choose an item of clothing from Joe Brown for the point of this review. All thoughts are my own honest opinion and I did not get paid for this post ...