I am loving all things dots at the moment and if I had more money I would certainly be wearing more of them! So today, I put together a Wish List of dot inspired clothing. I feel like Cruella Deville (minus all things animal cruelty!).
These are all products I would wear. So I’ve picked out things that would suit my body type. I am a HUGE promoter of dressing to suit your figure and to make you comfortable. And quite frankly, not all the ‘on trend’ styles suit me. So being brutally honest: I am 5 ft 3, I have big boobs and chunky thighs. So here is what I have learnt:
- Never underestimate the importance of feeling good in your clothes. You wear it with confidence and you will own it.
- You got big thighs? Emphasise your waist- oh and floaty trousers are your new best friend.
- Fact: People pay mega bucks for boobs. Though I am the first to complain about their inconvenience, I know they ain’t going nowhere, so why not dress to suit! This, for me, means avoiding baggy tops and wearing comfy, supportive bras (even if they are a little granny-like or you have to pay a little extra!).
- Would you talk to your best friend the way you talk to yourself (in terms of body image)? No? Then stop. Be nice to yourself!
I hope you enjoy!
Mae Woven Pleated Polka Dot Culottes- £20, Boohoo.
Bethany Polka Dot Wrap Front Jumpsuit- £25, Boohoo.
Boutique Indira Polka Dot Tulle Full Midi Skirt- £20, Boohoo.
Polka Dot Wrap Self Tie Waist Frill Cami Dress- £12, Shein.
ASOS Bardot Long Sleeve Mini Skater Dress in Polka Dot- £28, ASOS.
Missguided Polka Dot Jumpsuit- £35, Missguided.
Mango Dot and Floral Midi Skirt- £16, and Floral Tie Crop-Top- £11.50, Mango
New Look Polka Dot Wide Leg Trousers-£11, New Look
Club L Polka Dot Wrap Dress With Flute Sleeve- £25, Club L/ASOS
Black Polka Dot Gathered Sleeve Blazer Set- £35, Missguided
Is it just me that dreams of the day I can see something I like and just click ‘buy now’ without a second thought?