Birdy Baby: More Vintage Dress Shopping

I bought this dress when I was sitting at my desk. Lindy Bop like to send me tantalising emails with all their new ranges, new styles, and prints enclosed. It usually results in me buying something, painfully I always buy something and then I hide the dress when it arrives to make myself feel less guilty about the fact I've bought it.

Tell me I'm not the only person who is completely at the mercy of shopping emails! 
This dress caught my eye as I have the skirt in the same print, little birds against a blue background. It's the Ophelia dress, on a side note I actually tried on the Ophelia dress in white as a second dress for my wedding but the fit was completely different to how it is now. 

The dress nips in at the waist, has a ruched contrast bust detailing and a crumb catcher. I paired it with a Hellbunny petticoat and a pug. Fit wise, it is snug but I actually would say it's actually true to size. There isn't very much give so if you're in doubt I would say size up especially if you want a little extra room. 

The best thing about this dress? POCKETS! Seriously can we have more pockets in dresses, it is the best thing ever!

How about you guys, what is your favourite reproduction vintage store?

Much Love 


Nic StrawberryBlonde said...

Stun-ning Dawn! <3

Nic x

Sciencekoekje said...

Oh my god this dress should come with a warning at least if you are in it. I think unless you want the guys to cause traffic accidents do not go on the streets like that. It is really amazing on you!

Girlwiththeskew-earring said...

Only one things wrong with this post Dawn, theres only One picture.... MOAR Pictures please!!!! You look beautiful!

Dawniepants said...

awk you guys are so lovely seriously. It's weird for me putting up pictures but I'm just getting over myself and doing it because I'm getting less freaked out. It's definitely made easier when you are all so lovely

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