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A little black Dahlia dress | Style

Everyone needs a little black dress. No matter what the material or shape, it'll always be a fail safe in your wardrobe ready for those days you just need something you trust and can rely on. As a lover of black clothing and forever trying to find items with their own little detail, a lace trim was just what I needed in my wardrobe. Dahlia to the rescue!

Day tripping to Brighton is something I do often and always like to be comfortable as there's always quite a bit of walking. Because of this, trainers are a go to for me, and mixing up sports with quite an evening style dress is something I do often. Even though I've styled the dress today with a bit of a dress down vibe, it could be easily be dressed up with some heels and a nice jacket. 

Dahlia has their own website and are on all social media. Not having purchased anything from Dahlia before, I can't compare the dress quality etc with other items, however can tell you, that I'm really happy with it! The overall quality is fab and honestly will be getting good wear out of it. The only thing I'm not 100% on is the straps. It's just a loop and doesn't stop the straps lengthening on their own which proved a bit of a pain, but despite of this it will be a staple in my Autumn/Winter wardrobe. I love the overall look of the dress, the feel, how versatile it is and of course the little bit of lace at the bottom which makes it a bit more interesting than your standard black dress. 


My Brighton vlog will be up on my channel Sunday. Make sure you head over and subscribe so you don't miss out!

See you there! 

Xoxo

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  1. I'm planning on visiting Brighton next year! Cute outfit! I'm a newbie to Brighton so I might need some tips on the best places to go! (Tweet me! @isobelceline )

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  2. Love the outfit! I really want to visit Brighton soon.

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  3. Love the dress.. will check out your channel. ��

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  4. Lovely look and great photos. Brighton seems like a lovely location :)

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