Dress: OASAP 
Cycling Shorts: H&M (old)
Bandeau: Internacionale
Sandals: River Island
Clutch Bag: H&M

As I have mentioned in previous posts, I love the neon trend, but I'm not really brave enough to wear full on neon outfits, however, I'm loving neon accessories. This dress is perfect for me, with the attached neon triangle neckline on a plain black dress, the neck piece makes a huge statement.

Although the OASAP website calls this a t-shirt, I would definitely say it's more of a dress... an edgy, alternative style to the classic 'little black dress'. It's made completely of mesh, with a cut out section on the back. I really love it, and was so excited to receive it when they sent it for me to feature. 

I'm planning on wearing this for a night out with a bodycon vest underneath and my legs out (although I will have fake tanned them for a night out!) Can't quite believe how white they look on these photos! You can see pictures of the dress with a vest underneath here... it's great how, by changing what you wear underneath transforms the whole look of the dress.

This look was styled more for daytime, with my H&M cycling shorts underneath, I decided just to wear a bandeau on my top half, rather than creating too much of a block of black with a vest as well. I chose some more neon accessories to tie it all together; my £1 bargain ring from the River Island sale matched the neckpiece on the dress perfectly, then I wore sandals with neon green beading and carried a tan and  neon pink clutch bag. I think mixing and clashing neon colours with black works perfectly.

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