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The Gorge dresses of Anthropologie

26 Apr

Anthropologie will always induce the wows and oohs and aahs with the delicately beautiful dresses they whip out. With names like Sunny Soiree and Summer Souffle, they definitely have the fun and ladylike at heart when designing the dresses. I can’t help but notice the names of these dresses right? Done that on a previous post.

For these picks, i’m loving the vibrant floral print, soft draping and delicate bows. They also would serve as very versatile pieces, from the wedding guest dress to the dinner date to the church dress to the chic girls’ day out.

Anthropologie again is a very worthy favourite label. You should check the site out!

En Plein Air dress_$258

En Plein Air dress $258

Quechua Dress_$158

Quechua Dress $158

Pezza dress_$128

Pezza dress $128

Gathered Hemlock Dress_$148

Gathered Hemlock Dress $148

Summer Souffle Dress_$198

Summer Souffle Dress $198

Sunny Soiree Dress_$148

Sunny Soiree Dress $148

You can find them all on Anthropologie.com

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These are a few of my favourite shopping spots…

2 Dec

Both Online and Brick n Mortar, I love each of these stores for different reasons, some for clothes, some for shoes, some for accessories, some for a bit of everything. Let’s talk about the ones that stand out the most for me.

For the most unique, one of a kind, whimsical dresses and spunky tees/blouses, Anthropologie is the place to go. All set in a romantic, fairy tale/art gallery style store, complete with artsy design books doubling as props.

All Saints has a dark, brooding, mysterious feel to it but the clothes in there are a design wonder. Given how much I have a penchant for complex, draping, wrap round styles, and the colour black, my love for All Saints is justified. I’d put some bright lights in the store though.

Freedom by Topshop is arguably the best high street accessories brand, always avant garde, always on trend and frequently adding new lines. The massive Topshop store on Oxford circus has an accessories wonderland on the ground floor, boutique style with a range of brands to choose from. You’ll get almost all you need for accessories on that floor, not only from the Freedom line but from several other brands. I especially love the exquisite Orelia and ethnic-style Made collections.

For stores/malls I could totally live in, it has to be Forever 21, Selfridges and Bicester Village.

Forever 21 has the best basics, several styles of tees and an eclectic collection of clothing styles. Everything from sportswear to outerwear to party wear, all under one roof and at the best prices for remarkable quality.

Bicester is a quaint, chic village where you can get the best designer bargains in the best possible conditions, no clothes all over the floor, no long lines or crowds falling over themselves, just row after row of gorgeous designer discounts in posh white bungalows.

There are dozens of great online stores but no one does it like Net-a-porter for high end designer items. Asides from the having a vast collection of your favourite designers, they offer the very best styling/how to wear it tips I’ve ever seen on an online store. That’s more than enough reason to visit.

For shoes, it’s Office, Kurt Geiger and largely Asos, Aldo is also great for classic, work shoes, ballet flats and them some. And oh, i love Zara shoes, they’ve got the sleekest, polished high heels, perfect for the luxe ladylike look. Selfridges at Oxford Circus also has to take the cake for shoes, I mean they’ve got the biggest shoe gallery in the world. With 4,000 shoes of every brand imaginable on display at any given time, what more can a girl ask for?

 

 

An exquisite take on the Lace Dress plus more

15 Nov

Anthropologie is the best stop for the most beautiful, ladylike, whimsical dresses you can find. I was completely bowled over by this exquisite lace number. It stands out from the pack of black lace dresses lining the shops this season and it will remain a classic even when the trend phases out.

Spinning Lace Dress_Anthropologie

Spinning Lace Dress £228

http://www.anthropologie.eu

And there are even more beautiful dresses from where that came from

Braque Bodice Dress_Anthropologie_£128

Braque Bodice Dress £128

Stylist's Eye Dress_Anthropologie

Stylist's Eye Dress £138

And this waistcoat? with its waterfall ruffles? It’s to die for. The name it was given couldn’t be more apt.

Falling in Love Waistcoat_Anthropologie

Falling in Love Waistcoat £98

Falling in Love Waistcoat_Anthropologie

You should drop by the site www.anthropologie.eu or check out the stores in London at W1B and SW3

Style Item: Ladylike Chic

28 Sep

Anthropologie Learning Curve dress

This beauty is available in one of my favourite stores, Anthropologie on Regent street W1B or  online at anthropologie.eu