Going back to the ’60s Derby Day inspo, the Jean Shrimpton image in particular has been playing on repeat in my mind – part of the reason I was so excited about these shoes. Wearing them with a swingy mini dress kind of makes one want to skip around like Twiggy and pretend it’s groovy London. Yeah baby.

Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses (new style here)
A.V. Max necklace c/o Max & Chloe
ASOS dress (old, new ones here and here)
Hermes, Madewell, and Amrita Singh bangles
Nicholas Kirkwood shoes (also here and similar here)
Sophie Hulme bag

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that dress is spectacular!! love the color and silhouette!

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You have the perfect figure for that dress! So mod:)

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Courtney

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Simply delightful that one piece in solid block color is just the match to your gorgeous shoes! and yay for London.

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Love this! <3

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Wow! That dress is gorgeousssss!!! I love the shape and how bright it is. And the cutouts must keep you nice and cool in the heat!
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I covet those pumps – gorge!

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I'm not a fan of waist surrendering silhouettes for myself, but you totally rock that dress. It's a great colour as well.

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oh man oh man, I would love this dress. I love how the sleeves are slightly poofy and the color is so vibrant and it looks like such a freeing dress. Wow!

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What a beautiful dress! You look great in orange!

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Groovy indeed! That era suits you really well 🙂

– Kelsey @ Time Stand Still

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love the look! sexy AND comfortable, which is pretty much the ideal combo!

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that's such a beautiful dress!

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E you always look so chic!
I just love the dress
the sleeves are so cool =)

happy friday!

-Bionica

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What a lovely dress!

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I really love this look! And I also love that one of your tags is 'Badass Shoes'. Right on point.

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your dress is super cute, i love it!

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