Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Outfit of the day for cookin' some fried chicken!

I decided to cook for Karen and Will on Saturday, since they are both always cooking for me, so they deserved a night off :)  I cooked the yummiest and crunchiest chicken ever!  You can find recipe and picture here but I still had to go and get some ingredients, so I wanted something comfy to wear to the shops.  Say hello to my go to dress.
I particularly like my Riverdance pose, don't you?
Dress - H&M
Boots - TK Maxx
Tights - Jonathan Aston Heritage Collection - Arnotts
Belt - Penneys
Scarf - Corte De Ingles in Spain

I love this dress.  I got it in September in H&M for €14.99.  It's a light cotton with some stretch to it and it's so comfortable.  It's the type of dress that can be dressed up or dressed down, whatever your mood.

I have to say I really love the tights.  I have never worn anything else besides black tights, and would never have thought of wearing pattern tights either, but these were in a goody bag from the Arnotts Spring/Summer preview collection so I tried them on, not knowing if I'd even leave the house in them.  They are a gorgeous red/purple/burgandy colour and they are so comfortable.  I didn't once have to stop once to pull them back up my leg!

And of course I had to add a scarf to the ensemble!!  I think there would be something wrong with me if I didn't!

Do you have a go to dress that you can dress up or down?


  1. This looks great!! :D Most of my clothes are either fancy or not at all (and most are PJ's, lol!)

  2. Lovely outfit Joanne - fab dress, can see it being really versatile xo

  3. I am biased but fricking gorgeous as ever. That is all ... :)

  4. @ashesela Im the same! All my fancy clothes are seldom worn, cos they are too fancy... but have to stop that and start wearing them

    @Fluff and fripperies - thanks emma :)

  5. nice look woman!

    come say hello-

  6. Great look Joanne, the dress is fab.


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