Summer in the countryside and the essential linen dress

I call this dress the Frankie dress – essentially it’s only an Italian label linen dress I scored in a boutique on Portobello Road this spring. The reason it is called the Frankie dress is it was purchased in an attempt to shift my wardrobe into boho territory inspired by none other than Frankie in Frankie and Grace (If you haven’t heard of Frankie and Grace, where have you been? And why, thank you, my job is to give you heads up on good TV).

And what better way to dress up boho than hit the countryside? Now that the British summer is well and truly here with temperatures reaching 30 degrees for five consecutive days, Mr O and I went walking around Furzton Lake – just one of the many man-made lakes scattered around Milton Keynes) and here are the results of our snap-happy walk.

Mr O even did a quick #ootd video for me of course; the music inspired by the beautiful weather and the Wrabel induced and Frankie inspired realisation that we could be beautiful in every way at every age. Check out the song on Spotify.

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As for the look? The details after the video.

Dress: Ella Moda

Shoes: Beymen Club

Bag: thrifted at Oxfam Newport Pagnell

Shades: Free with this month’s Tatler

Necklace: gift

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