Friday Frock O’clock

Ted Baker – BELLETA – Scallop detail dress – £159

I feel in limbo right now when it comes to fashion. In the last week, my concious has shifted from being disinterested in fashion, fed up of sales and with adequate clothes for the ongoing warmer weather, to curiosity over what’s in store for AW13.

For some reason I keep getting that September feeling already. The back to school vibe that makes me want a new school coat and shoes. Maybe it’s my sister moving in and starting a new job, maybe it’s the odd rainy day breaking through, but already I’m wanting to buy Autumn fashion, knowing it’s too early yet and I should enjoy the last of the summer.

Todays frock felt right to bridge the gap. Perfect with tanned legs for an occasion ensemble, it’s the type of dress that after a few formal outings I’d start wearing to work with opaque tights and flats come the cooler months. Red looks great in the summer teamed with navy or nude, but even better in the winter layered with berry shades and black.

What do you think readers? Have a great weekend!


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14 thoughts on “Friday Frock O’clock

  1. I love it! I do think it is quite Autumnal though, and I am wholeheartedly refusing to buy Autumn/Winter clothes just yet! x

  2. Must be something about this dress & the name Rachel as I was about to post the same comment. Love the scallop edges & three quarter length sleeves. Happy weekend everyone.

  3. I too am willing on the Autumn Rebecca! It’s my favourite season. I’m SO looking forward to shopping for a cosy buttoned-up coat and a pair of shiny-as-a-conker mary janes. Bring on the falling leaves!


    I know I should be in summer mode and appreciating what we have left of the sunshine, but I can’t stop thinking about A/W clothes. I want knits. I want boots. I want layers.

    I want this LRD!

  5. I too keep looking at all the autumn stuff coming in. I may have even made a list of my favourite jumpers! Must stop and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts.

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