Sunday, 26 April 2015

Bark in the Park

Dress c/o Sugarhill Boutique| Cardie from Primark| Trainers from Converse

Being able to finally wear my "Bark in the Park" dress without tights has been wonderful. The dress that I dreamed of, got posted through my letter box and has been waiting ever so patiently on the hanger for so long.
A few weeks ago Sam, Sev and I disappeared to South Devon for a few days of peace and togetherness. We found beaches for Severus, tea shops for us and walked some pretty coastal paths along the way too. On the Sunny Friday, it seemed only right that I crack this amazing shift dress out for the perfect pretty but laid back look. 

Obviously, being the crazy dog lady that I am, this dress is perfection for me. How gorgeous is the print, but it brings in the awesome Spring/Summer feeling with the nautical stripes too. Sugarhill Boutique has everything I want (read "need") and more for the Summer, from weddings to days in the park, walks down the canal to cocktails with the girls.

Sevvy even dressed up in his gorgeous Daft Paws bow tie, the mint is perfect for the sunny weather we're having. I love that he has his own little wardrobe....even if I'm happier about it then he is ♥ 


  1. Loving the dress, Steph! Suits you so nicely :)
    Great location shots too xox

  2. Love the print and shape of this dress, it looks lovely on you xx

    VanessaVonJames | Fashion Blog

  3. Eeeep, this dress looks gorgeous on you Steph! Oh how I love Sugarhill Boutique. That last snap is adorable.

    Tara x

  4. That dress is just so cute, you're such a stunner Steph x

  5. Love the shorter dress with the long-line cardi :) really suits your well!!

    Sarah | More Than Adored

  6. This is just gorgeous! I loved it in your haul but it's even prettier on <3 x

  7. Loving the dress ... and twit twoo at your legs! Look amazing x

    C xx

  8. These photographs are beautiful, and your dress is lovely xx

  9. This dress is gorgeous, I love the print!

    Maria xxx


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