I think what makes this midi much more wearable for me is the fact that it has a split at the front, and it's not tooo much of a split either. A demure split if you will. Making it both flattering and easy to walk in.
I bought this on a(nother) mad dash last week for a meal for my besties 30th birthday (she's exactly 6 months younger than me, so whilst she's just thinking of turning 30 i'm already contemplating my next one!Booo) And so it seems my spur of the moment purchases have done me well of latel. First my River Island dress a couple of weeks ago and now this beauty.
Warehouse has always been my one stop shop for great dresses,more proof here(which is a rather scary walk down memory lane) and last summer in another Warehouse midi here and this past few months it's not just their dresses, it's pretty much everything.. they are on point this season, which makes my bank balance a little scared, but makes me and my wardrobe very verrry happy.
I can't wait to style this dress with some tan lace up flat sandals and a denim jacket for a more summer, casual outfit.
If you like it it act quick as it appears there's only a few left online.
Don't you just love when a new item excites you?!
Shoes: French Connection
Both c/o Mcarthur Glen
Have you mastered the midi trend? How do you find it?