I do love Spring. It's almost as soon as I smell freshly cut grass, see flowers blooming and the sun creeping through, I just want to clear out my winter wardrobe. Personally, I tend to transition from my trusty skinny jeans to floaty dresses, that usually have a dash of floral print (groundbreaking for Spring, I know). It's always pretty much a gamble with the British weather, but I find adding a pair of tights and having an umbrella in your handbag does the trick. I'm known for loving my florals, and when I spotted this figure-slimming dress, I just knew I had to buy it....

Ready to know where this gem is from? This smock dress is from one of my all-time favourite high-street shops - River Island. It retails for around £45, but I had a £15 gift-card (so I didn't feel too guilty!) and to be honest, I think it's an absolute steal as it's something that you can RE-WEARABLE. As soon as I tried it on, I knew that this is a wardrobe staple, that I know in years to come I won't get tired of - and that's something worth purchasing. 

Black Chained / Quilted Messenger Bag - Mango - £39.99

The V neck dress has sleeves (bonus for me and my bingo wings) and a pinched in crepe-woven material waist - perfect for making you appear that little bit slimmer - it's right up my street! The floral print itself isn't too shocking or bright, it's a great 'everyday' work-to-weekend outfit.  

Fedora hat - Warehouse (old season)
Necklaces - Accessorize 

Tights - Primark
Chelsea Boots - New Look

What do you think to this simple spring outfit?
Would you wear it? What do you wear for Spring?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo


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  1. This dress is beautiful, it's definitely something I would wear during spring! x

  2. This dress is really nice! I'm always looking for ways to wear a ton of black and still look springy. I think you nailed that in this look. Thanks for the inspiration :)

    I live in Seattle, so I'm constantly dealing with the unpredictable weather too, umbrellas and layers are the way to go!

    xx Angela