How's your week going?
On Sunday my husband took photos of me at Yengarie Gallery and Gardens wearing two of my vintage inspired dresses for upcoming blog posts! I've also been keeping myself busy at work, as a activity officer in a aged care facility.
What are you're plans for this coming weekend?
On Saturday my husband and I are taking a ute and trailer full of things up to my Mother's new house in Bundaberg, Queensland. She's had a big few weeks of packing and sorting everything out for the big house move, my Mum has actually moved from one town to another!
On Sunday we will probably clean and tidy our unit up.
This week I'm featuring this beautiful dress by Swedish brand Miss Candyfloss I especially ordered this dress through Australian vintage inspired clothing company called Call me Valerie I was able to pay for this dress using Afterpay. This dress is called Edelie-Tea Burgundy and is from the Acid Doll collaboration (Acid Doll is a influencer on instagram with a lot of followers).
I just love this dress style and the colours of black and burgundy. I'm wearing a size XL, it fits perfectly in the bust and waist areas, only thing is the sleeves are a little tight for my bigger size arms. This dress is great to wear in the cooler months in Queensland, Australia but I won't be able to wear it in our hot humid Summer months!
This exact dress is just about sold out through the Miss Candyfloss website, with only a couple sizes left.
Other great features is the detachable black bow, I decided to keep the bow on for these photos. Next time I wear this dress I'll maybe wear it without the big bow! This dress also has functioning buttons down the front, French cuffs and a double Henley neckline. You have the choice to fully buttoned up to show of the double Henley neckline or partially unbuttoned for a more comfortable feel. It also comes with a matching fabric belt and has a hidden side zip to get in and out off. Personally I prefer back zips on dresses, as side zips can sometimes feel uncomfortable and are sometimes a bit tricker to zip up. You also could wear a petticoat underneath, I choose not to for these photos.
It's made from 62% polyethylene 32% viscose and 6% spandex.
Black Beret thrifted
Lady Brooch by Erstwilder
Bangles and Earrings by Splendette
Black shoes by Kitten D'Amour
These photos we're taken by my wonderful husband at Bamboo Land and Nursery
My husband Graham and I love these gardens, as it holds a very special memory for the both of us. This is actually where we got married at, in August last year! We both have visited here together a few times and decided together Bamboo Land and Nursery was the perfect location for our wedding ceremony!
Have a great weekend and take care.
Until next time!
Miss Milla Cherry xo