She’s Trouble


If you walk into your subconscious you’ll often find a funny side of yourself.

Hang on, I won’t generalise. I find a funny side of myself in there.

So… This dress. It’s definitely something I am flirting with. The suggestive leg. Oh if we were back in the medieval times what a wench I would be. 

Provocative, yet modest. The simplicity of it is just wonderful. Once again the beautiful Addy at The Edit had fulfilled a need for tomboyish yet girly clothing for me. Native Youth first came to my attention when I endlessly began stalking the beautiful Penelope Armstrong from  Fashion Fade via Instagram (which has a lot to answer for with my inner perv) – anyway. This dress is so versatile and to cut a long story short I’m super chuffed. Also because when I’m endlessly stuffing my foodie face it allows room for a delightful “food baby”. 

I can take it from day to night, summer to winter. So yeah. It’s a treat. Much like this brick wall. Which aids in highlighting such a carelessly modelled dress. I particularly like my daydreamer look – a cross between high fashion and high class muppet. 

Going back to my first thought… My funny inside. I will give you an insight, I can see myself dancing with kippers on a summers evening barefoot and fancy free in this beautiful fabric. Singing to the sky and sending peace and love to fellow limbless cold blooded creatures. Yes my spirit animal is one of the sea. 

For now I will leave you with that lunacy.  


 Dress – Native Youth|Arm Cuff –ASOS|Scarf – Zara|Boots – New Look  

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