Tuesday, 7 January 2020


I have forever wanted to try out clothes from DLSB, and when asked what I wanted for my birthday from my family, I picked out two pieces from there and was way too excited to try these out.

The clothes from DLSB are a little different to the ordinary clothing retailers with that they provide most of their clothing as ‘one-size’, and for some time I have been scratching my head wondering how is this possible and is it possible? I’ve not had much luck from online clothing stores as I can always be a different size from each shop, I’m a size 8 in one and a size 10 or 12 in another. So, I am intrigued by this and hoping they fit like a glove.

Their dresses could work as one size as they mainly do their one sizing on wrap dresses, meaning you can make it as tight or loose as you want.

The jumper I chose was the 'No Hard Felines' jumper, and I was worried if it was going to be too big for me as I am small and mainly shop the petite clothes. I was excited to get this jumper as I am obsessed with pink and leopard prints. 

The jumper is an oversized jumper which I do love anyway as they're super comfortable and means you can wear with leggings underneath. I do think that this jumper would fit a size 8-14. It is super comfortable, and I am obsessed with the design.

I also got the 'Feelin' Knit' cardigan, it has balloon sleeves and it is probably the best cardigan I have ever owned! It’s a struggle to find a cardigan that I like these days as they can look quite granny on me, but this is such a beautiful detailed cardigan. 
The chunky knit keeps you snug throughout those cooler evenings and looks super cute with mom jeans and a little vest. Again, this cardigan was one size, and it is slightly big on me, but this is what I love about it, it’s cosy AF. I can’t stop wearing it and want the cold weather here just a little longer so I can keep wearing it. 

Have you shopped at DLSB before? What do you think of their ‘one size’?


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