Happy Monday and today I am wearing another of my Eva Trends pieces. The grey Slit knitted dress which was a dream to wear. Comfortable, loose yet still fashionable. Plus it washes like a dream. True confession, I know it says hand wash only but I cheated. I got a dip on the sleeve and was so worried I threw it in the washer and dryer. Came out perfectly.
Checking the stats on line, the dress is perfectly summed up:
All that aside, well, point form really doesn’t summarize well does it? I honestly should have sized down. I selected the medium but I really think small would have been more than ample. That’s the extra bonus ordering a small. I mean honestly it’s been a while since I was a small so that makes me really happy. Maybe I have lost a few more pounds than I thought.
So back to the dress, comfortable, stylish and washes like a dream. It also comes in pink so how fun is that? Don’t forget I did receive the dress from Eva Trends to review but they have generously provided a discount code, if you like this or anything else on their site. LC15(15% off per customer). First was the Blue Geometric and now this fun look, what;s next you ask…. well maybe a fun pink tassel cardigan.
Kent was working this weekend and staying at the Chateau Fairmont. Me, well I opted to spend some alone time. Pizza and movies is always a fun way to spend my nights. Actually I did a lot of blog post updating. SEO is my new addiction so I hope all my hard work will pay off soon….
On a fun note I picked up Pitch Perfect 3 and Jumanji. Let’s talk Jumanji for a moment. This is on par and level with Guardians of the Galaxy I kid you not. I could not stop laughing. This was a remake that was a worthwhile re-make. The updated premise of video games and avatars was perfect. But OMG Jack Black as a teenage girl and Dwayne as well Smoulder Bravestone…. need I say more.
In a brand new Jumanji adventure, four high school kids discover an old video game console during detention and are drawn into the game’s jungle setting. Forget Breakfast Club, this detention will have you at the edge of your seat. Drawn into the game they become the adult avatars they chose. What they discover is that you don’t just play Jumanji – you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they’ll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves – or they’ll be stuck in the game forever, to be played by others without break.
The humour is five stars, and as I said this is a Guardians competitor and I truly loved both of those movies.
I feel like it’s been forever since Lou has made an appearance, OK actually she dropped by last week to share her self cleaning Litter box but that was work not pleasure right? She is doing well, loves the blogging still and has fallen in love with my new Loosely Blanket. I think Pink is her colour.