Sunday, 15 January 2017

Black Love Heart Dress - Outfit of the Day

Black Love Hearts // First things first (I'm the realist), I love this dress! It's from a brand called Nobody's Child and I had never heard of them before. I happened to stumble across their instagram account and knew I needed this dress in my life. I've always thought that wrap style dresses are always flattering, for any body shape and size, and this has quickly become a firm favourite of mine. The dress has to be wrapped round your body and tied tightly to one side - it instantly makes you feel like you have the best figure in the world. 

(Black Heart Print Dress - Nobody's Child / Fringed Bag - H&M / Necklace - Happiness Boutique /
Watch - Daniel Wellington)

I was worried this dress might look too much like a kimono / dressing gown, but fortunately I think it looks subtle and smart. It's a cute number which I'm so glad I found - I loved this dress so much, I've even picked it up in a burgundy wine colour, and yup, you've guessed it, that will be featured on the blog very soon... keep them eyes peeled! Have you heard of Nobody's Child before? This post is not sponsored btw, just in love with this new dress of mine! Let me know what you think in the comments below!

More soon,



  1. so nice pics= ))

    i invite to me too

  2. I love this! I love how it can be dressed up or dressed down.
    You look great!

    Leanne xx

  3. Nice pictures, have a good day

  4. yess, wrap dresses always look so good. this one is no exception, it's beautiful :)

  5. That is such a cute dress, love the print and style so much and yay for monochrome! :)

    Style Sunrise☀


  6. You look amazing. I love that dress, it's so cute!
    Obsessed Fashion Blog

  7. It doesn't look like a dressing gown at all, you look fab! xx

  8. Beautiful dress! You look so pretty!

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