Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

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Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle. Happy Thursday lovelies.

Today I am sharing another Throwback Thursday outfit post with you. So much fun looking back on outfits and days out!!

You can last weeks Throwback Thursday outfit post here by typing Orange Dress And Sandals: Throwback Thursday into the search bar.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday

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Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle:

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle.

Also, I wore this outfit back in Summer 2018 on a day out in Nottingham.

“This dress has me feeling cherry-tastic!”

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday

This dress is still one of of my favourites, I just do not get to wear it much unless I team it up with my chunky red jumper, thick black tights and boots.

Back then we were going through a mini heatwave!

Also, I had been burning hot just popping out in the garden.

Now I’m freezing cold just nipping out!! Ha! Love seeing photos from warmer day, though.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

Shop The Outfits:

Firstly, the star of the post, a Cherry Swing Afternoon Tea Dress*. I brought mine, years ago off Amazon but the still sell the same style and similar cherry dresses.

Secondly, Pink Reeboks Trainers*. Love to be different!

Thirdly, Black Converse Shoes*. Always a must for lots of walking.

Fourthly, Black Flat Shoes With Strap*. Loved these shoes and wore them over and over. Sadly they fel to bits after years of being worn.

Nottingham Castle

Photos taken around Nottingham Castle.

We love visiting this part of Nottingham.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

A photo with Robin Hood.

“Twirl into tea time with cherries on top.”

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

The Robin Hood Statue Outside Nottingham Castle.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

Always afternoon tea, ready!!

“Cherries and tea, a perfect match for me!”

Chic and cherrylicious at today’s tea party.”

Afternoon tea just got a cherry upgrade.”

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

“Feeling berry fabulous in my cherry tea dress.”

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

“Tea time treats and cherry patterns, pure perfection.”

“Dressed to impress with cherries, naturally.”

Nottingham Castle

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle:

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle.

What I Wore: Cherry Dress: Amazon | Shoes: Clarks | Handbag: c/o Matalan

Some more pictures in Nottingham:

Nottingham Castle

How cool?

Nottingham

My favourite place for a beer and sit outside, admiring the views.

Nottingham Castle

Always love taking a Trip To Jerusalem Inn.

Nottingham

Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem,

Nottingham

Some More Post In Nottingham:

Firstly, Nottingham Winter Wonderland.

First up, getting dressed up ready for Winter, brr it was cold!!

An inset day for my Daughter so we spent the day in Nottingham, looking for Christmas present ideas. Nottingham Winter Wonderland.

Secondly, Outfit Of The Day: What I Wore: Nottingham Castle.

We were going to visit the Victoria Embankment but as my youngest son decided to stay home we changed our plans and we went to visit Nottingham Castle.

I am sharing an outfit post today, wearing a dress my Husband bought me for my Birthday. With cherries on it. How sweet!? Outfit Of The Day: What I Wore: Nottingham Castle.

Thirdly, Pretty Flowers And Nottingham Castle.

I love taking photos of lowers and snapped this pretty flower in Nottingham. Near Nottingham castle.

Me and my Husband nipped up to the castle on his day off from work. I love popping up here as there is always something fun to photograph. Pretty Flowers And Nottingham Castle.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday

Fourthly, Styling A Cherry Afternoon Tea Dress Through The Years. 

Don’t you just love an afternoon tea swing dress? Especially one with cherries on. Always dressed ready for afternoon tea!! Just in-case!!

Hey lovelies! So today on the blog, I am taking a sweet stroll through my fashion history with this favourite cherry-patterned afternoon tea dress.

Love wearing it after all these year and it still gets complements.

The last time I wore it, the worker in a restaurant, shouted me over, and when I got there, she told me how much she liked my dress!! Styling A Cherry Afternoon Tea Dress Through The Years. Plus 30 Instagram-Worthy Captions for Your Cherry Swing Dress.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle:

Last But Not Least, The Oldest Inn In England.

I have some photos to share that I took in Nottingham on a day out with my Husband.

Just next to Nottingham Castle.  Apparently The Oldest Inn In England. Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem (Nottingham, est. 1189). The Oldest Inn In England.

Cherry Dress: Throwback Thursday Nottingham Castle.

1950 Afternoon Tea Dress Pinterest Board:

Visit My 1950 Afternoon Tea Dress Pinterest Board:

So transform yourself into the glamorous 1950s with sophisticated, elegant clothing. The era embraces classic elegance with everything from fitted suits and kitten heels to big skirts and tight waists.

Accept the appeal of retro charm, where pearls, poodle skirts, and polished ensembles characterise a significant era in the history of fashion.

If you’re looking for a little inspiration to get your creative juices flowing, pin me. 1950 Afternoon Tea Dress Pinterest Board.

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22 Comments

  1. 7 February 2019 / 21:41

    Love the dress – and yes – I layer clothes too, aiming to get as much wear out of the things I love. Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

    • 9 February 2019 / 21:13

      Thanks for stopping by Stephanie.

  2. thestylesplash
    5 February 2019 / 16:43

    Such a fun dress, and lovely photos of Nottingham! Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx

    • 6 February 2019 / 22:19

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Emma.

  3. Morgan Prince
    4 February 2019 / 20:13

    What a gorgeous dress Claire! A bit chilly for a dress at the moment but I’m looking forward to the nicer weather so I can pull out my dresses.

    • 6 February 2019 / 22:18

      Me too Morgan. I keep trying my dresses onto see if they still fit.

  4. 2 February 2019 / 17:20

    Oh, look at that dress cheering us up with cherries in this chilly weather. Thank you.. I had a really good weekend in Nottingham a few years ago. we went to the Barge house, I think it was called. A pub with a canal running through, or is it canal house pub. We saw the fish man too, we don’t have fish men down here. Its a guy going around selling fish from his bag as I remember. Thanks for linking up and do do so this Monday too

    • 6 February 2019 / 22:17

      I love it there Anna. Yes Canal House. It is fun seeing the boat in a pub, isn’t it.

  5. Ruth
    2 February 2019 / 13:46

    Lovely dress and location.

  6. sam
    1 February 2019 / 17:19

    What a lovely dress that fits perfectly. I love the fun print X #pocolo

  7. 1 February 2019 / 13:18

    Your dress is lovely. I fear it will be a while before it’s warm enough to wear again though! Nottingham castle in the background looks lovely, we must try and visit, it’s not too far from us #pocolo

    • 6 February 2019 / 22:07

      Thanks Louisa. Hopefully Spring is not to far away.

  8. Karren~OMHGFF
    1 February 2019 / 01:56

    I love the cherry print, you must be some where warm. Hope you have a lovely weekend!

    • 4 February 2019 / 14:17

      Thanks Karren. It is a throwback post from Summer.

  9. Heather
    31 January 2019 / 13:41

    Sooo cute! I miss those warm days!

  10. Tamar Strauss-Benjamin
    31 January 2019 / 11:46

    Memories of warmer days!

    • 31 January 2019 / 20:18

      Thanks for stopping by Tamar.