Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Yumi tummy

Dress: Yumi (Similar here)
Bag: Betsey Johnson
Shoes: Aldo (Similar-ish here)
Ring: Flea market (Same here)
Once upon a time, there was a princess who enjoyed wearing button down dresses. However, as the day went on, inevitably, the girl would move around, and the spaces between the buttons would occasionally not sit as flatly and so, her stomach and chest would sometimes be 'open for business'. She would spend her days fidgeting and pulling at the seams, to ensure the garment lay flat and closed. However, no matter how hard she tried, she could not succeed. She was embarrassed and grew despondent. She retreated to her castle, vowing to burn her button down dresses and refused to come out.

One day, a knight in shining armour (by the way, this is a female knight, kinda like Brienne of Tarth but not so tall) came to her rescue. This knight told her that all she needed to do was to sew press studs in between those spaces and clip them shut and she would be boobs-ahoy no longer. The girl began sewing press studs for all her button down dresses (erm, new ones, cos she burned the old ones), and she emerged from behind her castle walls adorned in her new button down dress with no less than 10 press studs in between.

The townsfolk rejoiced and the princess renamed the village 'hot studs' and everyone lived happily ever after. The end.

The moral of the story is that the females in my life are awesome at sharing tips with me to make me less of a fashion tragedy. Thanks ladies! Thanks for reading everybody.

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