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STYLE // OOTD - BURBERRY

Merry Xmas people, I don't have a whole post dedicated to Xmas, but here I am,wishing you all the best of the season and a blissful new year to come.
 So about my outfit, I have had this BLUE BURBERRY dress for over a year, I actually didn't like the style, because when I got the material, I asked my tailor to make a high low turtleneck dress for me, but she came up with this and it was way bigger than me (guess she swapped it).


Serving Faces!

So I happened to be clearing out my wardrobe for a new season and new year, then I found the dress and wore it. I rocked it in two different ways, but I will leave the second style for a different post. I got lots of compliments, so I decided to share.

Hand Crafted Slippers and my Side open teeth *winks*

Are you thinking of an outfit for a family get together, casual lunch, girls time out on a holiday? Take a clue from me, I can hook you up. What I finally like about this outfit, is the burberry pattern, the way it decently exposes some good skin *winks*

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  1. Lovely dress
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    1. Welcome back buiti. Please updates on your blog ooooo, Am heading over there now.

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