Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Cynthia Rowley dress

Here in Ireland we're still waiting for summer to arrive.  I don't know about you guys but I haven't a clue what to be wearing these days.  It's summer so I want to wear pretty dresses and skirts and shorts but it's feckin freezing out most of the time so unfortunately I am still pretty much wearing my winter wardrobe.

Enough is enough - so last week I decided to wear my new Cynthia Rowley dress to cheer me up.
I was drawn to it the second I saw it in TK Maxx - the purple and aqua green is a match made in heaven, plus its a dress that can easily transition between summer and winter, given the right accessories. It was an absolute bargain at €26.99 too. Since it was freezing out and windy, I teamed it with my Rockport boots, black tights, my Warehouse denim jacket and my Fossil bag. It wasn't until Karen was taking the photos did I realise the dress, boots and bag were all from TK Maxx! 



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  2. That's the spirit! Horrible summer begone, I wore sandals yesterday. My toes were mucky by last night, but still. I wore 'em. That dress is fab, such a bargain too! x

  3. Fair play to ya wearing sandals!! We have to fight through this misery!!:)

  4. It's gorgeous on you Jo, loving the colours!

  5. Bit of Marilyn Monroe at the end ;) Love the bag!

  6. It's so true that wearing something pretty and summery can put you in a good mood! This week at work, I have been wearing really bright, colourful dresses to try to get me out of my work-funk. Today I am wearing a crazy-coloured Aztec-patterned dress over tights... probably slightly inappropriate for my corporate-policy job, but it's making me happy!
    Your dress looks beautiful! xo

  7. Lovely. Dress - sure you don't know what to be wearing I have Been wearing sandals cause my feet over heat


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