So when I spotted this little number from George at Asda, I knew I had to have it immediately, for a few reasons: 1 - it's a super-cute fifties shape 2 - it's a bargainous £18, and 3 - well, obviously: the lemons!
Let's be honest, fruit prints are nothing new - I've been dodging watermelon skirts and strawberry tees for a few years now - but I've found most a bit too cutesy for me, being thirty (something). This print looks quite grown up I think - it's vibrant without being too bright.
I think the print works perfectly with the design of the dress - the neckline is cut like a sweetheart which gives a vintage vibe, and the thick stretch cotton fabric is super flattering. It's a good length too - down to the knee on me (I'm 5ft 6"). If I had one criticism, it's that I would have preferred a pencil skirt rather than the slightly A-line shape that the dress is - but that's just me. For the price, I think this dress is a total winner for summer days (that's assuming we're going to have any).
What do you think?
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