When this dress hit the ASOS Curve site I was all kinds of in love with it, so I put it in my ‘saved items’ list and was waiting for my next pay day. Alas, the dress sold out pretty quickly and by the time I could afford it, it was sold out. GRRR. But yet again, this is when my crazy daily (sometimes twice daily) ASOS check came in handy. One day, I logged on and checked my saved list to see that my size had come in stock. I snapped it up straight away. MINE!
I’m still learning to push my boundaries. I love my body and I accept my body, but I still don’t have great confidence. I see so many amazing bloggers rocking a VBO and it’s something I one day hope to be able to do. I am working up to it, in baby steps. This dress feels so amazing on, but I found that to wear it out and still feel confident, I had to layer it. That being said, I think it works well with layers.
I’m kind of in love with how this TCD twin tails tunic sits over the dress. Its sheer, and a great length at the front, but offering up something different from the back. I took these pictures quickly before going to see my Pysch, so I’m not wearing any make up. Luckily cause it was a pretty full on session resulting in a lot of tears.
Dress – ASOS Curve | Sheer Top- c/o The Carpenters Daughter | Belt – From a City Chic Dress
Necklace – Sportsgirl | Shoes – Rubi Shoes
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