I know what you guys are thinking – do you even own anything that’s not denim? Well, actually, I probably think that a good 70% of my wardrobe is, and even knowing that it doesn’t stop me buying more, and my latest purchase was this beauty of a denim dress that I picked up in the Fat Face sale for less than £30. In my defence, the other denim dresses I own they are either shirt or pinafore style, whereas this, is more relaxed, and kind of reminds me of a prep-school uniform, especially with how I’ve worn it with a straw hat.
What I love about denim is, it generally is quite timeless, OK, there are some styles with graphic prints, crazy amount of rips and even patches that might not stand the test of time, but a dreamy, soft, and faded denim dress like this in a relax, chuck-on-and-go style like this, most definitely will.
It’s the chuck-on-and-go element that attracts me the most, there is no thinking when it comes to this denim dress, you either wear as is, with a bow tied around the waist or loose without the belt, or over a stripy top, a light knit, or a bright pink T-shirt, or even under a chunky knitted jumper, one of those over-the-sized cardigans I love so much, or even with a tulle skirt over for added glam appeal. That’s what I love about this denim dress, its fit and style just makes it so versatile, oh and can anything with deep pockets like this not be a good thing!!!
In summer it is perfection, in autumn it is a transitional piece teamed with chunky knitwear, in winter it’s a layering component to your wardrobe, teamed with knitted tights and in spring, it’s probably that first piece you wear without tights. Trust me, a go-to denim dress like this will be with your throughout the seasons.
My Style: Fat Face – ‘Angie’ Chambray Denim Dress // Keds (c/o) // Cath Kidston – Disney x Cath Kidston Mickey and Minnie Mouse Backpack (c/o) // Mango – Hat //