Dresses are oft a lady’s most wanted wardrobe item…
I’m introducing the boohoo series to my blog look-book where I’d wear, accessorise and review my favourite boohoo dresses. This way, my readers can get the tea on whether it’s lived up to my expectations – while at the same time – influencing their decision to purchase or not.
I’ve always been a sucker for dresses, I guess I just dig how good I look in them (yes it’s healthy to hype yourself sometimes *flicks hair*) and since I discovered boohoo.com like 5 years back, there’s been no looking back!
Love that their dresses are super affordable, super trendy and more times than not, give you value for your money.
Worth the buy?
This open shoulder number is particularly a fave because first off, it comes in a LIT range of colours and second, it looked even better than I’d anticipated, especially for the price. Plus it feels super soft and comfy on the skin.
So yes, it was worth the buy!
Hate that at the time of my purchase, chestnut and mustard were not in the colour options. Considering that mustard is so in right now, I might just add it to my basket next time I’m “boohoo-ing”.
More looks below…
Not so FUN FACT: Boohoo does NOT ship to Nigeria (true at time of this post). Note that they have several other African countries on their shipping list, including Niger that is literally next door to us. *long sigh*
Let me know in the comments if you found this review helpful and if you would like to see more posts like this .
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