Outfit Details:
Coat: Sainsbury's
Dress: Missguided
Belt: eBay
Shoes: Deichmans
Socks, Bracelets and Necklace: Primark
Watch: everything5pounds 

I've reached the grand old age of 23 and somehow, I dress more like a six year old girl than I did when I genuinely was a six year old girl! I even display my most treasured cuddly toys on my sofa...

Now that October is just a breath away, I am making full use of any and every sunny day we have. I'm personally very pleased with the summer we have had this year, it has been both warm and sunny for extended periods of time - but, it's Britain and I know it won't last. So every time I wake up with the sun shining and a bit of heat in my room, out come my summer clothes, because I never know when it's going to be my last chance.

This pink lace sleeveless skater dress is an absolute favourite of mine. Not only is it the perfect shade of pink, but I've perfectly happy with the way it fits as well, I find it very flattering. It's also super versatile for accessorising as well.

On this most recent occasion that I wore it, it was a little chilly in the morning and the shade so I grabbed my lovely floral coat which I just do not wear enough! Another reason for the Child's Play title of this blog post, it comes from Sainsbury's childrens' section!

My belt was the next obvious step for me, amazingly, I don't think I've ever showcased this on the blog. I bought it was back in 2011 for my May Ball at uni. I normally wear a very thin cream waist belt with this dress, but I was in the mood for something fancier this day, clearly. I'm a big fan.

Next up, jewellery. This pink statement necklace I was given by my sister is a favourite of mine. Due to the pink gems in it, I decided it would look great with the dress and because I think these bracelets match the necklace very well, on those went as well.

Finally, it was time to put my shoes...and socks on. I mentioned in my Primark Haul video that I had a dress that match my lace top socks perfectly, well here it is!

Do you struggle to act your age sometimes?