These 'One-Dress-on-Five-Ladies' outfits are my absolute favourite kind of Fatshion Faceoff post. If you've happened to have a squiz over all of our blogs, you would have probably noticed that Dani, Hanna, Mouna, Mhairi and I all have very different styles, different seasons and very different body shapes. I genuinely love seeing how we all rock our one dress in our varying styles!
Dress: c/o Lane Bryant
Belt: ASOS Curve
This gorgeous little Skater Sweater Dress was very kindly given to us from Lane Bryant. Now I'm not going to lie, remember what I said about different seasons? We are having a unusually hot Spring days here in Brisbane at the moment- I'm talking 36°C (or 97°F) and the mention of a 'sweater dress' made me quake in my air-conditioned lounge room. But this dress is so surprisingly light that I could comfortably wear it for most of this sunny day! Paired with some funky accessories and these ultra-fabulous retro school shoes, I was ready to head to breakfast with my ladies!
We have just watched The Great Gatsby, so I was inspired to buy this geometric gold-leaf-like belt. Its a kind of geometric style I rarely wear, but I'm loving the way the overall look came together with the art deco belt and hat and the 1960-70's dress and bag! Its like a clash of fashion generations!
My favourite thing about this dress is the non-iron shape and material. No matter how fabulous an item of clothing is, if its high maintenance to look after, it often ends in the hardly worn pile. I have an ingrained hatred of ironing (TANGENT: I think it has a lot to do with the fact my high school uniform was a 'must-iron-before-every-wear' blouse. Seriously. How annoying. Couldn't I have spent more time learning and less irnoning?!) so find myself drawn to the more easy care fabrics.
Hanna from The Wardrobe Challenge
Dani from DIY Fatshion
Mouna from Brussels Fatshion
Mhairi from Lilybobombs