When I went to Luxembourg city last weekend to shoot some outfit pictures with a friend, I would never have guessed that I'd be coming home with two same dresses. Of course I knew I'd be hitting the stores because I mean - Hello?! Why wouldn't I? - but in fact I had been looking for this cardigan. The cardigan however seemed to be of an average quality so I didn't want to spend 50 euros on it. I was already on my way home, without a single shopping bag in my hands, when I saw a Promod store and thought to myself that it wouldn't hurt anybody if I entered for a quick round. The quick round ended in the changing rooms as this mustard yellow dress had caught my eyes. Unfortunately there was only one left that didn't fit and so I decided to buy the same dress in navy blue which I liked just as much and which was available in my size. Why did I like the dresses so much? Well the A-line and the cute pockets had such an obvious 60s flair about them that I immediately felt comfortable and playful in this dress. Furthermore both the blue and the yellow were matching my brown overknees quite well and still, I thought, both colours would also look great with a grey cardigan or black tights. Really versatile dresses thus. Now you may be wondering how it came that in the end I came home with the two colour options? Well I knew about another Promod store being almost on my way to the central station so I popped in but couldn't see the yellow dress anywhere. So I asked a shop assistant and she pulled out a single last yellow dress which was exactly my size! Yay, happy me! I immediately went to the cash register with the words "Oh I won't need another shopping bag, I've already bought the dress in blue..."