What I Wore: Cut Out Dress

29 Sep 2016

UK plus size fashion blogger AmandaApparel wears a stunning cut-out detail dress in this outfit post featuring pieces from Simply Be and BonPrix.

It is FINALLY getting cooler outside, you guys, and that means long sleeved dresses with over the knee boots! I am living for that little sliver of skin between the hem and the top of the boot. SUCH a look, right? 

It has been grey, rainy, and dreary in Edinburgh the last few days. For me, those days call for brightly coloured clothing. This was the perfect opportunity for me to debut this multi-coloured snakeskin dress from Simply Be. These boots are my absolute favourite right now, but tbh I'm not 100% sold on the dress. 

Now, let me clarify. I got loads of compliments on the dress. I think the cut-out detail is GORGEOUS. It's super fun and interesting, and the scalloped lace detail is so flirty. My biggest complaint is the wrist detail. It's rather big. Like, 4 buttons deep big. And the sleeves themselves are on the baggy side. I also wish the waist was elasticised the whole way around, rather than just the back. Maybe the colour is just too much for me. The primary colours make it seem the tiniest bit childish. 

Overall, The dress is very pretty. While I DID get loads of compliments, it may end up on Depop sooner than later. So if you fancy the dress, be sure to follow me there! 

 

Shop the look

 

Cut out dress, size 24, Simply Be

Boots, size 8, extra curvy fit, Simply Be

Bag, old BonPrix. Similar from New Look

 

Photography by Samuel Bone

 

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hiya! i'm amanda!

 
Plus size style and fat positive blogger. Born in Kansas City. Matured in Edinburgh Scotland. Feminist killjoy, Instagram fanatic, and avid user of the sparkle emoji. Expect outfit posts, fat activism,
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