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What I Wore: Roll The Dice

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DRESS: DANGERFIELD, HAIR FLOWER: LOVISA {SIMILAR HERE}, EARRINGS: FOREVER NEW, STOCKINGS: TARGET AUSTRALIA, FLATS: KMART AUSTRALIA {SIMILAR HERE}, RING: THRIFTED {SIMILAR HERE}

It feels so good to fit back into clothes that once hung in your closet because you probably, maybe, ate one too many carb loaded meals the previous season. I purchased this Dangerfield dice print dress way back when for a birthday party and probably wore it once or twice because it was very small size 14 and my weight continuously fluctuates (particularly in my behind area)! Sadly it became very snug and it was retired to the “when I lose weight” section of the wardrobe that is finally becoming more active these days.

What drew me to the dress was the print. It reminded me of a night at the casino! I’m a huge Dangerfield fan because they are that little bit different and some of my favourite dresses can be credited to the retro inspired brand.

This dress took me out recently to my lovely Mum’s birthday. You may have seen this dress featured in my second post for Paint The Town Ford. I like it so much I thought it deserved it’s own post. Teamed with simple stockings and flats and a bit of gold bling, I was very ready to party on this chilly evening.

Do you have a “wear when I lose weight” section in your closet?

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12 Comments

  1. The Running Lesbian. says

    I sure do. I call it my, ‘Congratulations, you didn’t fill your face with chocolate and bread this month. You may wear me’ section.

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