I quite clearly remember dancing whilst trying this dress on. Wanting a better view than my typically minute fitting room provided, I decided to assess the garment in the much larger mirror just outside. No one else was around. A state of blissful satisfaction washed over me as I evaluated my reflection. I liked it- (and this is not always the case) I liked it so much I broke into a dance. Without describing the movements I’ll just say I was happy; I liked the silky, smooth graciously loose material. There were options. If I was feeling slim I could add a belt, if I’d just eaten I could remove the belt and breathe again. – Either way it made me dance and therefore came home with me.
According to Google: “Red is the colour of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love. Red is a very emotionally intense colour”. I just thought what a nice bright shade. Apparently in this dress I am a passionate, powerful and determined woman; I’ll take that.
Look #65: Dress and Belt – Mango, Heels – Zara, Clutch – John Lewis, Choker – Topshop