Midi dresses can be a little difficult to wear, especially when you’re not 6 foot tall and they end up trailing along the floor. But when I spotted this gorge piece from La Redoute, I knew i had to have a good go. I’m loving metallics and burnt orange shades so this is pretty much my perfect piece for the party season – though I decided to style it up as an off-duty look to show of the versatility of the dress. Excuse the creases, ironing is not something I subscribe to (soz Mum)…
SATIN SLIP DRESS* | FRILL HEM TOP* | WHITE HIGH TOP CONVERSE | BLACK SKINNY BELT | CURVE BAR NECKLACE
The burnt rust colour of this dress is blooming gorge. Simple slip dresses and cami tops are perfect for layering a.k.a Winter essentials. You’ll probs know how obsessed I am with La Redoute if you’ve seen my Blogmas day 16 post – they’re killing it when it comes to metallics for the party season, so I’m stocking up for all the upcoming events.
It’s no secret that I’ve been head over heels for frill hems this season. The jeans of my dreams have fab frill hems and the jumper I’ve styled up from Apricot works ’em too. Since it’s block colour, I’ll be wearing it with black skinny jeans and boots for a minimalistic, monochrome look but I love it layered under this slip too.
Keeping it casual, I’ve thrown on my plain white converse. Mixing casj trainers and dresses is my jam right now. For accessories, I’ve stuck to a simple gold bar necklace and nipped in my dress at the waist with a skinny black belt. The belt also lifted the length of the dress to an ankle grazer, so no tripping over hems for moi!
What do you think of today’s look? Catch up with my blogmas style looks here.
A faux-ginger, gin drinking, digital marketing gal with a thing for food styling. That was basically my old Tinder bio... Living in Leeds, I'm forever heading out for dinner, buying too many clothes, spending 50% of my money on ubers and, as of now, putting my stamp on my new apartment!