Brightness to Brighten in Dresses!

When you love colour..

I am participating in the Mummabstylish linkup

I haven’t always had a love of wearing colour.

For a long time I went to black as a means of looking my best.

That has changed and I’ve moved more and more towards colourful clothing.

Today I had medical appointment and at these times I prefer to wear something structured and business like.

I went for this purple? pink? sleeveless dress that has a flattering peplum.

Bold and Beautiful!!

I wanted to up the brilliance of this outfit so paired this beautiful jacket with this simple and elegant dress.

The orange in the jacket can also be seen in the shoes.

I kept it simple with pointy toed heels.

Looking Back!

I like the way this jacket fits at the back as well as the front.

Just because we get older doesn’t mean we don’t want to have style and energy in the way we present ourselves.

I want my outside to fit in with how I feel on the inside!! And colour fits this bill beautifully!!

I would probably like the jacket a little shorter as I am fairly petite so this hits lower than I’d prefer and I may get it altered but for now I’m okay with it where it’s sitting.

Beautiful Lingerie Beneath…

Once again I preferred a little one piece bodysuit under this dress.

I love being in touch with my inner goddess and love the sensuous, feminine feeling of wearing beautiful things from inside to the out!!

Do you love bright and beautiful clothing or do you prefer the more conservative blacks and greys as we move towards the colder months … I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below or leave a like or follow!

Thank you for joining me in my little corner of the web,

Donna 🧚🏻‍♀️❤️🙏


    • So now you’re an artist, hey? Wait until you see the next dress – truly a delightful cacophony of colour … enjoy your Friday!! Donna 🧚🏻‍♀️❤️🙏


  1. Bright blue suits most skin tones and helps to brighten the complexion. It’s proven that, if you suffer from stress, wearing blue can help as it stimulates the release of the calming hormone oxytocin.

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