A French Red Daisy DressFashion
Some dresses come and go. Some stay with you for years to come. This French red daisy print one from the Parisian high-street label Maje had me at ‘hello’.
Red Daisy Dress
Gone are the usual soft tones you might expect of a floral dress, instead Maje has replaced them with punchy, bold colours, creating the Rayelle. Or has I like to call it the French red daisy dress.
A new, sleek vision for bohemianism, the shape true to size, is kept familiar and wearable with a plunging V, smocked waist and flattering three quarter sleeves.
It goes with my entire basket collection which seems to be growing at a steady pace.
Because London is still freezing I added my leather jacket and some white trainers for a more dressed down day-time approach.
With a touch of volume in the skirt, the fresh red gives a strong focus to your daywear.
It is also perfect for doing French non-chalant things like hanging around cafes looking a bit peeved or lost in thought.
Bread and flowers also go brilliantly with it, and there’s absolutely no reason why it can’t also be worn pushing a buggy.
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How I’m styling my dresses
These days I’m really slow to put on a heel, a block mule is the closest I come. My life just has little room for a high-heel. In London I find I’m practically running from school run, to work, back to school run.
If I head out in the evening, I’m normally tubing it, and then google mapping it, so sorry high-heel, I’ve fallen out of love with you.
I love pairing white trainers with dresses, flat sandals on holidays and wrap around block heel mules heading out for dinner.
Star White Trainers
I bought these trainers last season from Hush and oh my goodness I have got so much wear from them.
They have created a similar pair with a few silver stars this season and they are fab. I’m very tempted !