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Dove have been encouraging everyone to get confident with colour again and I have to say I love it! I went along to Goodwood Races with Dove where the Dove Dress of 100 colours created by Gok Wan was revealed and I had such a lovely day.
When I was shopping for my dress to attend Goodwood races as a guest of Dove, I kept drifting towards the dark options and then having to pull myself away. I ended up with a super silk shirt dress from Sandro in the most beautiful poppy red and absolutely loved wearing. I shared a photo on instagram and got lots of nice comments. That always helps!
Dove asked me to wear colour to help demonstrate how much happier and more empowered it can make you feel. When I read the comments on my photo, I definitely felt happy and motivated to keep things colourful.
The biggest part of Dove’s 100 Colours campaign is this gorgeous dress.
Dove teamed up with good old Gok Wan to create this word-first; a crowd-source dress of 100 colours to celebrate Dove’s Invisible Dry antiperspirant range which is has been tested on 100 colours and proven not to leave any white marks. I wasn’t sure what to expect from a dress with 100 colours, but I think this is absolutely beautiful.
And look at these Dove 100 Colours flowers. So gorgeous!
True to its promise, Dove Invisible Dry didn’t leave any white marks on my silk dress. I knew that already because I have been a fan for some time. Quick note – check out Dove’s twitter feed to see how you can win your own Dress of 100 Colours.
Dove Invisble Dry is available as a roll on and in two compressed sizes. Find it here. Thanks to Dove for the loveliest, most colourful day at Goodwood.
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