Those of you that follow me on social media will know that little Rose has been very poorly over the last couple of weeks, unwell enough to warrant a dose of the most disgusting antibiotics known to man “YUCK!” poor mite. I’ve been doing my mama duty, Mr T, Lewis and Holly have had to fend for themselves whilst I nursed the littlest of my brood. By the end of the week I was getting a serious case of cabin fever and Rose was ready for a change of scenery too.
By Sunday we had turned a corner and so decided to go to the cinema to celebrate. Rose being Rose decided she wanted to wear her party dress (and why not) I followed suit with my newest frock – a midi denim number from Laura Ashley, the swishiest dress I’ve worn in a long while, which, due to the length makes me feel very grown up in a totally non-mumsy ish way! I was ever so slightly worried that the length wouldn’t suit me, but it turns out I rather like longer dresses.
To complete my outfit I accessorised with my Biba crossbody bag*, the newest and cutest addition to my (ever-expanding) collection. This little bag has a lot going for it, I love this particular style of bag and often carry a crossbody now that Rose doesn’t need me to haul around a changing bag for short trips out. The tan colour is bang on trend yet completely timeless, I don’t believe tan bags will ever drop out of favour and they go with everything, especially denim.
I’ve been a fan of Biba for a while, immediately drawn to the instantly recognisable and iconic logo that has that 70s boho feel. I adore anything with a 70s vibe, I have said it before but I really do think I was born in the wrong era! Does anyone else get that? Whatever your style, there’s a great selection of handbags to choose from at House of Fraser including several beauties from the Biba range.
So, off to the cinema we flounced in our girly frocks, we had a super time. It was Rose’s first visit to the cinema and she really enjoyed herself, looking pretty as a picture in her party dress!
*Handbag kindly gifted by House of Fraser0