Love this ASOS curve skirt, I love how the little florals and the lace make it so granny-fied lol
I saw this skirt on the ASOS website and knew I had to have it but the original price was £45 which for me was just a little too much for a skirt. As soon as I saw this skirt in the sale for £13 I chucked it into the basket, It was out of stock in a size 28 which is what I ideally would have liked but for £13 I was willing to risk a size 26…. and I am so glad that I did, the skirt fits like a dream.
I love the mix of lace and floral as its so pretty and girly, Its a great length so I’m happy to wear it without leggings (I wore it with leggings on this occasion as it was freezing in London). I just wore it with a plain black top, a tan belt and tan brogues
*Debz at WannabePrincess has also blogged this skirt here if you want to see it on someone else*
I wore this outfit out in Soho to a new food restaurant called Bunny Chow, They are now open to the general public and I strongly advise you go check them out. They are a street food restaurant that serve food originated in South Africa, your meal is served to you in a little bread loaf that absorbs the flavours from whatever dish you chose and you get to eat your ‘bowl’ when you are done.
I chose the Bunny Dog which is Baby Cumberland sausages, onion gravy, blue cheese and mustard. It was absolutely delicious and the bread bowl had sopped up some of the gravy and was so nice to eat afterwards. I will definitely be going to try out another bunny next time I’m in London.
They also offer a range of sweet treats including what I had for ‘dessert’, it was an apple with spiced fruits in the middle, everything is so well presented and delicious.