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What I Wore: Tularosa Mel Dress X Cyber Monday Sales

27 November 2017

Tularosa x Revolve Yellow Dress

Hey everyone, happy Monday!

We had a stunning weekend and thoroughly enjoyed the glorious sunny weather. We had lots of outings with our kids, a swim with the cousins, dinner with my parents, birthday celebrations and my husband and I even went on a double date too (cheap and cheerful Vietnamese dinner – the beeeest!).

Today I’m sharing an outfit that I was was planning to wear to a fashion event.

Usually I’m not so organised. But as it turned out, I didn’t feel 100% on the day and didn’t end up going. So I’m going to keep this dress for the New Year or Chinese New Year.

It’s the Mel Dress by Tularosa, with a cowl neck, a fitted waist and pleated skirt.

I love the warm, mustard yellow colour of this dress. It looks a bit like a warm gold.

Tularosa x Revolve Yellow Dress

I probably could have paired the dress with some minimal, strappy, heeled sandals. But I decided to go a bit fierce with my shoes and try something a bit more unusual with these Aquazzura Belgravia Lace up pumps.

The exact style (with studs) is not on sale anymore, but the Belgravia Suede Lace Up Pumps (plain black) is currently selling at FWRD and is currently 56% off at their Cyber Monday sale.

Do check the rest of the FWRD Cyber Monday Sale, there are heaps of designer items that are up to 70% off.

Tularosa x Revolve Yellow Dress

And Revolve are also having their Cyber Monday Sale, which involves 20% off Final Sale Items, making some items around 75% off. Such  great time to grab a bargain!

Have a lovely week!


What I Wore: Tularosa Dress (with Revolve and FWRD Black Friday Sale Picks)

24 November 2017

Tularosa x Revolve Dress

Happy Friday!

Wow did your email inbox EXPLODE from all the Black Friday Sales messages this morning?!?

I had been quite unprepared for the avalanche of sales, but I’m soooo glad because it’s such a great time to save on things I was planning to buy anyway, such as homewares, Christmas presents and stuff I’ve had my eye on for the loooongest time.

I’m so excited to share that both Revolve and FWRD are having their Black Friday Sales, with up to 65% Off + Free Shipping over $100 from 24 – 26 November.

A lot of the items I have featured on my site are currently on sale, including this Tularosa Marty Dress, which is 40% off. I’ve had it for about 5 months and it’s still one of my favourite weekend dresses.

Tularosa x Revolve Dress

I always feel that Revolve is best for buying dresses, tops and denim. Their items are usually a bit higher in price than high-street brands, but their quality is usually much better and their styles are a little more unique too.

Here are some of my picks!

Revolv Black Friday Sale 2017

These dresses are all on sale, priced under AU$50.

One is $40 and still so many sizes from XS through to L. So good!

See them here – Dresses on Sale. They really do have such a droll worthy selection.

Revolv Black Friday Sale 2017

And these tops are under AU$60!

See all Off-Shoulder Tops on sale here.

 

FWRD has always been one of my favourite online stores for discounted designer items. I’ve been shopping here for years. I’m completely thrilled to be working with them!

They are also having an Up to 65% Off Sale + Free Shipping over $100 from 24 – 26 November.

I feel that FWRD is best for designer bag, shoes and accessories, so here are my picks.

FWRD Black Friday Sale 2017

Yep there are high-end designer brands such as Givenchy, 3.1 Phillip Lim, YSL, Valentino, Proenza Schouler, Saint Laurent, all with major discounts.

All these pictured here are on 30% – 50% off sale, making them approximately from AU$270 – AU$1800.

Eeek I’m so tempted by that PS1 Mini Cross Body in Red (bottom left)!

See all Designer Bags on sale at FWRD.

 

FWRD Black Friday Sale 2017

And for shoes and accessories, you can find Isabel Marant, Sophia Webster, K Jacques, Aquazzura, Acne Studios and more.

Shop Designer Accessories or shop Designer Shoes here.

Happy shopping!

xxx


Red Ruffle Dress + Click Frenzy

13 November 2017

Brought to you by Revolve

Heads up everyone! Revolve are having their Click Frenzy Sale right now, meaning there’s Up to 60% Off all sale items.

They also have free shipping to Australia (over $100) and free returns from Australia… so they are making it pretty darn easy to get into the whole clicking spirit.

I guess it’s a perfect time to pick out a few outfits for the festive season!

I made a little edit of “Dresses on Sale That You Have To Check Out” below, so do scroll down for some inspo, or just make a mad dash over to the Dress Sale section yourself for a head start.

However, first of all I just wanted to share this Lovers + Friends Gigi Wrap Dress

Lovers + Friends Red Dress

Ahh I’m totally in love with it.

The rich, deep red colour is so lush and unique, that it has pretty much sky rocketed to be one of my favourite dresses.

I look like the dancing emoji lady in this dress. I instantly feel all swirly and flamboyant as I walk around in it.

They say style and confidence should come from within. But hey, sometimes you need a winning dress that fits, flatters and falls so nicely on you that you feel comfortable, confident and makes you feel like dancing!

Lovers + Friends Red Dress

So I have a few wrap dresses, but this one is much more silky and ruffly than I’m used to.

It has a semi-open back and semi-halter shoe string shoulders. It’s a bit tricky to wear, as you have to thread your arms through a few shoestrings, in the right order haha.

The midi length makes it very wearable. The silky fabric makes it look gorgeous and luxe.

My only problem with it is… it’s too sexy/revealing. The wrap skirt doesn’t actually close up, so if a wind blows, or if I walk too fast, my skirt will lift up. I’d feel more comfortable with a button or stitch to preserve my modesty. It’s something I can easily do myself, so no biggie.

It also comes in black. I’m wearing Size XS.

Lovers + Friends Red Dress

Unfortunately this dress isn’t on sale. However these dresses are under AU$100… and I am pretty tempted to nab a bargain.

Privacy Please Inwood Dress – I have this dress in a slightly different style. It’s perfect for easy and effortless summer errands.

JOA Floral Wrap Dress – Lovely pink floral wrap dress. Lady like and perfect for an outdoor garden party.

Privacy Please Pink Delta Dress – I have two wrap dresses in this style. Love wearing them. This pink is very cute.

Lovers + Friends Off Shoulder Cotton Dress – This pale blue dress with little pink dots is really cute too.

Tularosa Smocked Dress – Simple, white, beachy dress with tiny cut-outs. Very cute. I’ve had my eye on this one for ages.

Hope you find something you like!

Happy shopping!

xxx


What I Wore: Grab and Go Red Dress

25 October 2017

Lovers & Friends Dress

I’ve been trying to wear more bright and vibrant colours in my everyday going-out outfits.

If you scroll through my “Fashion & Shopping” section, you’ll see that I tend to wear the same old black, white, denim, grey pieces, sometimes blush. And it has only been in the last month or so that I’ve been experimenting with wearing some red styles.

I picked out this Lovers + Friends Etra Dress because I was looking for something that could be worn to both day and night events (courtesy of Revolve).

The fabric is a floaty, silky texture, without the delicate and high-maintenence nature of silk.

It is really a lovely, effortless dress, that HIDES EVERYTHING, but still looks bold and feminine.

I like it because it’s now one of my “grab and go” dresses. It is easy, no fuss, hangs in my wardrobe, all ready to go when I’m stuck for something nice to wear RIGHT NOW. I’m wearing Size XS.

Lovers + Friends have quite a few dresses made from this material.

Some are not as “grab and go” though, but are equally bold and pretty!

Red Dresses from Revolve

Left to Right:

Gigi Wrap Dress – I’ve ordered this one! It’s so pretty!

Haven Dress – One shoulder + nice ruffles.

Flynn Mini Dress – Long sleeve, wrap style + nice ruffles.

Sur Mini Dress – not pictured. This one is deep green, but same fabric.

Red Dresses from The Iconic

On the same note, I found some other easy-to-wear red dresses on The Iconic, which I’m also quite obsessed about. I haven’t bought them though, I just have them in my wishlist / shopping cart haha.

MNG Vivian Dress – also red with a floral print. Love the simple/ vintage style of this dress! This one is my favourite.

Atmos + Here Bambi Swing Dress – also red with a small floral print.

MLM Noah Dress – floral print with a little lace detail. MLM do gorgeous dresses!

Happy shopping!

xxx


What I Wore: The Easy, Breezy, Starry Dress

20 September 2017

Brought to you by Revolve

Lovers + Friends X Revolve Dress

Hellooo everyone!

I’m so happy that the sunshine is finally here! Time to crack out the summery dresses and straw hats!

I’m wearing a lovely star print Basil Midi Dress by one of my favourite brands Lovers + Friends.

It is SUCH a relaxed and easy-to-wear dress.

Perfect neckline, perfect midi length. Cute little ruffle at the bottom. Relaxed fit, so it’s not tight.

Lovely bright and happy colour with a cute star print. The red is not too bright, it’s an easy-to-look-at deep red.

It has adjustable straps. It’s lined. Good quality fabric that falls nicely. Excellent stitching. Not staticky. Not clingy. It’s not overly delicate.

When I took it out of the box, it had a few ugly, fold creases in it, but I gave it a good iron on low/medium heat and it withstood the heat very well. So I’d say it was easy to iron, and the finished look was perfect.

Wearing it in the car, sitting down on it, the dress didn’t crease very much either.

It’s so good!

Ok, if I had to find one fault, maybe I would wish the quality of the fabric to be silkier and softer? Or heavier somehow. It feels very lightweight even with the rayon lining (which will be lovely for summer). As it is, it is 100% polyester and feels like a thick, slippery satin. But it’s actually fine. I like a hardy, easy-to-wear fabric.

These were a few other silky-satiny Lovers + Friends dresses I had my eyes on : Haven Dress (sexy and a bit different), Etra Dress (love the layers on this one), Ivy Dress (so pretty, but looks like pyjamas maybe?).

Lovers + Friends X Revolve Dress

Anyway, I’m excited to let you know that Revolve are having 20% off their entires site today, dedicated to VOGUE Online Shopping Night Australia!

Simply use the code “REVOLVE4AU” at the check out.

It only lasts 12 hours, so be quick!

Enjoy!


What I Wore: Majorelle Portia Dress

31 August 2017

Revolve x Majorelle Portia Dress

Hi everyone!

Spring in Australia is literally one day away and I just had to dress up for the occasion!

The amazing team at Revolve have sent me some gorgeous Spring + Summer dresses and I’ll be featuring them over the next few weeks.

The whole “minimal trend” is starting to make way for “over the top styling” with patterns, florals, lace, mixed textures, ruffles, volume and more.

I picked out this Majorelle Portia Dress because I love a good wrap dress!

It’s not too “over the top”, but it’s just perfect for me. I know it’s the kind of dress I’ll wear a lot.

It’s a very flirty style – deep V neck (not wide though), short mini skirt, ruffled details, big bow. Makes me look 5-10 years younger I reckon haha.

The sleeves are longer than usual, which is a nice thing. It keeps it balanced and slightly modest (ok maybe not).

I think you have to have boobs for this dress, or at least wear a kick ass push up bra (I wear this one!), and be happy to show a bit of cleavage.

I like that the V is narrow. I dislike wearing wide V necks, because I hate wearing double-sided tape.

Revolve x Majorelle Portia Dress

Since it’s a wrap dress, I did have some concerns about the dress unwrapping and “popping open”, as there are no buttons or zips to keep it together. It’s like wearing a robe?

The only way you are stopping the world from seeing your girls, is with your ability to tie a knot.

I never did any girl guides courses, so I made two shoelace knots, and a bow at the end. Looks a bit wonky but it did the job!

* Sometimes I like to use a hidden safety pin JUST TO BE SURE, but I didn’t have to in this case, because the length of belt is wide, so you can feel it firm in place against your skin.

Anyway, I love that it’s a simple WOW dresses, that tucks in at all the right places and makes you feel like a million bucks.

I’m wearing a Size XS and I’m usually a size AU6. When it was first released, the dress was completely sold out, then restocked. It’s now on Pre-Order, so more are coming soon.

Remember, Revolve have free returns for Australian customers!

Revolve x Majorelle Portia Dress

Wearing the Majorelle Portia Dress , ​Rosalia by Meli Melo, Aquazzura Sexy Thing Heels, and vintage scarf (from my mum!).

Can’t wait for that Spring weather!

xxx


What I Wore: Floral Dress + Faux Fur

13 July 2017

Majorelle Dress

Last winter I shared a few tips on how I wear Summer dresses in Winter (my hair was so short back then!).

And those tips still ring true for me: Add a big furry coat and some long boots.

You can’t go wrong with that formula!

A few weeks ago, back in June in fact, I went out with some girlfriends to catch up over Mediterranean tapas, drinks, and to celebrate an early birthday.

I put on my fancy, floral dress – a little worried that we might get a table outside the restaurant and that I would certainly freeze to death. But thankfully they had the heaters cranked up and the collective body heat of the guests (and food?) made the place super nice and cozy.

I’d like to say that we went out dancing after, but in reality, we became a bunch of grandmas and each headed home (at 11pm!) to crash into bed haha.

Majorelle Dress

Wearing: Summery dress by Majorelle, Faux Fur Coat by Korean brand Sarah (similar from The Iconic), Over the Knee boots from ASOS and a Rebecca Minkoff Quilted Bag.


What I Wore: Runnings Errands in a Dress

22 June 2017

Steele Dress from Elone Online Boutique

With the sunny weather still in full swing, I’ve been trying to get as much use of my dresses (and my tan) as I can.

This beauty is from Elone, an Australian online store with a very drool-worthy collection of dresses and clothes. (It’s currently 30% off at the moment in the sale section!)

I’m preparing for our big road trip and I’m slowly working through FOUR PAGES of “To Do” and “To Buy” lists:

Buy audibooks. Buy a battery pack for our devices. Buy microfiber towels. Buy thermal underwear. Buy my 8yo some spare walking shoes. Upgrade my wireless modem. Pack a washing up tub. Pack a soft esky. Pack a compass. Email all my kid’s teachers…

Omg my list goes on and on. So I’ve been running around town doing this and organising that – in a dress!

Truth be told, I did start the day with a fluffy cardigan, and I did meet up with a girlfriend who passed me some camping stuff, and we bought takeaway coffee from a fancy cafe… so I didn’t really dress up for the guys at the camping store haha!

Steele Dress from Elone Online Boutique

Wearing: Steele Dress from Elone, Converse sneakers, Straw hat from Sportsgirl.


What I Wore: Tularosa Off Shoulder Dress

17 June 2017

What I Wore: Tularosa Off Shoulder Dress

Last week, the sun was out just enough for me to get some vitamin D in this super lovely, off-shoulder dress.

My girlfriend and I sat in the sun for 55 minutes, under the shade of the trees, ate salmon and salad and marvelled at how lucky we were to live in such a beautiful and peaceful city.

Then we both rushed home to do chores before the kids came home from school haha!

What I Wore: Tularosa Off Shoulder Dress

I love a good off-white summery dress!

The off-white gives the dress a very natural and relaxed feel. Not to mention that I feel much more relaxed about trying not to spill anything onto it.

I love that the midi length gives the dress a lady-like and classy feel.

It has a great quality to it – lovely fabric, lined with cotton, excellent stitching, beautiful drape, perfect cut and style. The fabric has a great weight to it and the elastic is soft and comfortable.

I’m thinking that this one will last me years!

What I Wore: Tularosa Off Shoulder Dress

It is called the Marty Midi Dress by Tularosa. I’m wearing the Size XS and the colour is more of a cream, than shown here in my photo.

It’s definitely one that I’ll be wearing to a nice garden party or dinner on a tropical night while in Thailand!

Also wearing, Sportsgirl Straw Hat, Celine Sunglasses, Fabienne Envelope Clutch by Clare V., and Schutz Cadey Lee Sandals by Schutz.

Have a lovely weekend!

xxx


What I Wore: Tularosa Berkley Dress

24 May 2017

Tularosa + Aquazzura

I swooned over this vintage-inspired Berkley Dress by Tularosa for ages!

I first saw it worn by the gorgeous Negin Mirsalehi (last year) but it was sold out. I thought it was not to be. But I recently spotted it back in stock and I grabbed it while it was available (courtesy of Revolve)!

While I might not be a bronze Persian beauty like Negin, I love that I can make this dress my own.

I love it’s delicate, yet natural feel. I love the soft, gathered fabric, the fluted sleeves, the panels of embroidery and the overall nod to boho, French countryside. It is just adorable!

 

Tularosa + Aquazzura

I’m wearing the XS and it has a strangely small head hole.

At first I thought it was a mistake, but I read a few reviews and a few people mentioned it too. I have to cover my head with a thin scarf and then gently give it a firm tug to get it over my head. Then I have to rearrange my hair and double-check my makeup after that too! It was very weird.

It fits perfectly every where else though!

I’m thinking I could wear it over-the-knee boots for the cooler evenings, or hey, just wear it with jeans and sneakers :)


What I Wore: Spotty White Dress

15 May 2017

Shen Spot Dress

A few weeks ago, I featured a pretty, floaty off-shoulder dress.

This week I want to show off a more affordable option and picked out this Spotted Off-Shoulder Dress, courtesy of Shein.

It is a super pretty dress, that is comfortable and fits really well. It is lined throughout (not in the sleeves though) so it isn’t see-through. I received a lot of compliments when I wore it out the other day.

Best thing about it: I didn’t have to iron it and it doesn’t crease easily. I love that! I just pulled it out of the bag, aired it a bit, threw it on and it looked fantastic!

Not so great thing about it: The fabric looks a bit cheap. But the whole garment has a good weight to it, the stitching is good, and the fabric feels nice and soft… so it doesn’t FEEL cheap.

There might also be too much fabric at the waist, because it bunches up and makes my hips and bum look a bit bigger than they are haha. Maybe it would look better if I was taller? Because it doesn’t look that bad on other customer reviews on the site. Or maybe I’m just imagining it because it’s such a flowy and ruffly dress?

I’m wearing the XS and I’m usually a Size AU/UK 6.

Overall, it’s a lovely spring or summer dress to wear to a special occasion.

Check out more Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein. They have lots of cool and affordable styles!

 

Shen Spot Dress

I have to be honest, Shein is potentially quite hit and miss, because their product photos tend to look much better than the actual product. They do have sone good stuff. But you have to look REALLY carefully at customer reviews, customer photos, product photos, product measurements and fabric details. Then google the item for more customer images or blogger reviews.

Shipping also takes some time too. And I’ve read that that returns can be a bit of a headache.

Personally I’ve never had any bad experiences, in fact, I’ve only had excellent shopping experiences and customer service when I’ve bought from them in the past.

I also wore: Meli Melo Rosalia Bag and Tony Bianco Heels.


What I Wore: Lace Up Dress and Shoes

28 March 2017

Zara and Aquazzura

While I was out sightseeing in London, there were so many instances where I found myself stuck indoors waiting for the rain and weather to clear up.

That’s right! I was forced into a Zara store and compelled to buy something! Haha!

This dress was in impulse buy. I saw it, I tried it on, I loved it and I bought it.

I don’t usually buy black dresses. When I do, the black dress would have to be pretty special for me to consider it.

So yes, I thought this was pretty special.

Zara and Aquazzura

It’s called the Bow Sleeve Dress.

I consider it to be a fantastic winter dress – as it has long sleeves.

It’s made from thick, warm, ribbed jersey fabric. It’s stretchy, comfortable, hugging, flattering, hides any bumps and lumps.

The eyelets and lace-up details make it pretty standout, edgy and sexy. But not too much.

Zara and Aquazzura

I wore the dress with my lovely Aquazzura Lace Up Heels (which I got on sale!) and there are a few other similar Aquazzura pairs on sale too.

I also wore some new earrings from Kookai too.


What I Wore: Woven Slip Dress

12 January 2017

Hello Parry Checked Dress

Hello hello, I have one more summer look to share before I head off to the UK :)

I have fallen crazy in love with this Ellie Woven Slip Dress from Hello Parry. It’s a slightly different take on the usual slip dress and I think it’s a great summer dress that’s not floral!

Slip dresses are not for everyone, as they can be quite low at the chest, low at the back, the material can be quite flimsy, thin and see through, they can be a bit shapeless and they can look like pyjamas!

Hello Parry Checked Dress

This dress is still a bit shapeless… but it’s fitted at the top, so it’s quite flattering.

It has a high neck and high back (I simply wear a strapless bra), and it also has adjustable shoulder straps so you can change the height of the neckline. I’m wearing it quite high in this photo, but worn low also looks great.

The material is lined with an oh-so-soft cottony material (it feels super lovely on my skin), it’s thick and not see-through. The houndstooth print is handwoven, not printed, so it has a kind of rustic and natural look to it.

I love its effortless shape and cute raw-edge details – it’s very summery. It comes in a blue or black too.

Hello Parry Checked Dress

I wore this to a birthday BBQ in the park, but I didn’t get to stay long, because I had to rush to the shops and then go home to pack.

I got heaps of compliments on the dress, I think because it looks very unique.

One stranger, a well dress lady in her 50s, asked if she could touch it, to feel the fabric, but she was feeling my thigh (omg!) and she asked if she could buy it off me? For her daughter. Er like right now? What did she think I was going to do? Just buy it yourself from the online store maybe?? Haha it was so strange. I wrote the URL on her phone.

Anyway, if you’re looking for a more standard silky slip dresses, Hello Parry have some nice ones, like this Nellie Hoop Dress and Omalia Silky Dress.

Also wearing Clare V Handbag, K Jacques Sandals, Sportsgirl hat, Ray-Ban Aviators.

Happy shopping!


The Vyshyvanka Dress: Vita Kin and March 11

10 December 2016

Ukrainian designs, patterns and traditional embroidery techniques are HUGE at the moment.

Last year, Ukranian designer Vita Kin became an global sensation as she began to introduce a fresh, modern take on the Vyshyvanka – the traditional Ukranian national costume.

She mixes bright bold colours with a seventies Bohemian feel, uses luxurious fabrics and threads, and she is dedicated to meticulous couture craftsmanship. Her dresses, blouses and skirts can be bought from Matches Fashion, for quite a price!

They are certainly unique, bold and beautiful. Check it out.

Vita Kin Vyshyvanka Dress

Vyshyvanka Dresses by Vita Kin

Vita Kin Vyshyvanka Dress

March 11 is a New York brand which also specialises in creating modern day Vyshyvanka dresses and blouses.

They embrace the spirit of travel experiences, discoveries and memories, drawing inspiration from the lively scenes, sunsets and colours from Mykonos, to Maldives, to Florida. I love that idea!

March 11 clothing can be bought from Net-A-Porter.

Vyshyvanka dresses and blouses by March 11

Vyshyvanka dresses and blouses by March 11.

Vyshyvanka dresses and blouses by March 11

I love these last two, because they have a slightly more modern style.

Honestly, I’m a little wary about modern interpretations on traditional costumes.

As I said, the designs and patterns are bright, bold and very eye catching. I’ve never seen Ukrainian traditional costumes before, so my eyes are immediately drawn to them and I can’t stop staring at the lovely embroidery.

Yet I can’t stop thinking about the history behind them… and how much I DON’T know about the country and culture.

Apparently the origins of vyshyvanka embroidery is centred around spiritual safety. The embroidery was believed to act like a protective charm to that particular area of the body (chest, neck, arms) to ward away evil spirits and bad luck.

Designs, patterns, colours and pictures were all specific to regions and villages too.

Like tartan! Very interesting!

Anyway, my ethnicity is Chinese and when I see old, traditional Chinese costumes… I feel a warm nostalgia mixed with a pang of  awkward, old-fashioned dowdiness.

Yet when I see the Chinese traditional designs being translated into modern fashion and worn around the globe, how do I feel?

Is it an unseemly rip off? Is it poor taste? Is it tacky?

I’m not sure how other people see it, but for me… I feel a bit of pride, knowing that other people from around the world have embraced another culture and (hopefully) made an effort to know a little bit about my cultural heritage.

The world could do a bit more of embracing other cultures.

Global fashion trends move so quickly, especially through social media, that an image can be seen all over the world in an instant. And sometimes a style, or design, or item can lose its original meaning and get lost in the digital translation.

I both love and hate the speed of fashion trends… but at this moment I’m googling Ukrainian Culture, educating myself and discovering a bit about Slavic History… and I feel that little bit connected to a world that I’ve never known.

So if that’s one upshot of modern global fashion design, then I’m all for it :)


Grana Silk Racerback Trapeze Dress – My Review

30 September 2016

Hey everyone! Remember a few weeks ago I reviewed some Grana silk tops, where I didn’t like one top (I returned it), and I fell in looooove with the other?

Well Grana got in touch with me and sent me a few items on my wishlist (wayhey!).

So I guess you can say I’m being sponsored, but I’m not actually getting paid to say a particular thing. I’m still just sharing my own opinion as usual, about the items that I chose, I just didn’t pay for those items myself.

Also, Grana offered all my readers a 10% discount code; you can be an existing customer or a new customer to use the code, scroll down to the end of this post to grab it.

Grana Silk Racerback Dress

As I mentioned in my previous post, I absolutely loved the Silk Racerback Top that I bought.

It is made of a 100% Silk Crepe de Chine – which is beautiful, soft, slightly velvety, delicate, looked luxurious and had a lovely drape to it. It was also extremely affordable for silk too.

This time, I picked out this Silk Racerback Trapeze Dress in a Mulberry colour, in the same kind of silk fabric.

I chose the Size XS, and I’m usually a Size AUS/US 6.

Grana Silk Racerback Dress

My first worry about big, shapeless, flowy dresses is always: does this dress make me look fat???

Haha. Well don’t know about that, but it does fit me very well on top and it hides my waist, tummy, bottom and most of my thighs under that flowy skirt.

Grana Silk Racerback Dress

OK actually my real concern for shapeless dresses is: how does it fit at my chest and under my arms?

Usually when I try on spaghetti strap dresses, the shoulder straps are always soooo long that the dress sits awkwardly low on my chest and I show too much cleavage. Or my bra peeks out at places. Not with this dress!

The fitting is just right for my petite frame.

And because it fit so well on top, I felt really confident to move around in it. I didn’t have to worry or fuss around in the dress – is my skirt riding up? Is it clinging to my butt? Did I eat too much, is my tummy sticking out? And other silly dress worries.

I just felt really relaxed and comfortable in it.

Grana Silk Racerback Dress

Again, the area under my arms fits me just right and you can’t see my strapless bra.

mirrorGrana Silk Racerback Dress_445

The back of the dress is a racerback style – it’s exactly the same style as my Tibi racerback top.

I like the back. It’s a bit different, and it shows off my shoulder blades?

OK, if I had to mention some negatives about this dress:

1) It’s SILK and such a pain in the ass to iron haha!! I have an iron with a “Silk” setting, but it doesn’t work very well. So I have to set my iron to ULTRA HIGH WITH STEAM setting and wave it over my garment bit by bit. It’s a bit dangerous (I could drop the iron on my garment and ruin it), plus it takes ages to get rid of the creases this way.

2) It’s a teeny-tiny bit long for what I like. I like my dresses to be short-ish, so that I show off a bit more leg. But that’s just my personal preference. Hmm, actually looking at the photo, the length is ok. It looks fine and classy.

3) It’s silk! And I have to dry clean it. So I’m a bit precious whenever I wear it.

4) It comes in 6 colours (Black, White, Navy, Grey, Olive and Mulberry) which is a good thing. But I would LOVE to have this dress in a Rose/Blush colour, and it’s not an option, booo.

Grana Silk Racerback Dress

Other positive things to point out about the dress…

The dress is actually double lined (two layers of silk) so the fabric hangs and drapes really nicely.

I decided to live a little and choose a vibrant colour, instead of a neutral colour, and I’m so glad I did!

It’s such a versatile style. You can wear it with heels, flats, sandals and sneakers. I actually wore it to a fashion show as a TOP, asymmetrically tucked into white pants, like this!

Telstra Perth Fashion Festival 2016 - Grana Silk Dress

This is me, with my lovely fashion friends, Grace and Sandy. Photo taken by the lovely Josh from inlovewithdotdotdot.

So there you have it; I think that’s about all I want to share about the dress.

My Conclusion: I love it and I can’t wait to wear it for summer!!

Here’s the link to it if you want to take a look – Silk Racerback Trapeze Dress

Aaaand, Grana sent me another dress to review, so that’s coming up soon.

10% Off Discount Code

Get 10% off your total order by using the code “KARENxGRANA” at the checkout. Valid until 1 November 2016.

Enjoy!

xxx


Blush Dresses for a Summer Wedding

27 September 2016

I have a Garden Wedding to attend later this year (in summer) and I’m hunting for a blush / peach / pinky dress.

I totally love the drape and wrap style of these dresses. Feminine and sexy, I like how these are a bit different to the off-shoulder, body con dresses that everyone seems to be wearing to weddings these days.

But are they too casual wear to a wedding? A bit of bling, a pair of killer heels and a cool clutch — should work right?

Blush Dresses from Revolve

Niro Dress by MLM Label – I love this style! It looks so flattering, classy and versatile.

Wild and Free Romper by Blue Life – Ok this is actually a romper and looks a little casual for a wedding. But that colour is dreamy.

Love Happy Dress by Lovers and Friends – This dress is a little more elegant, even though the V neck is pretty deep. Again I love the drape.

Just a little heads up!

Revolve Clothing are offering Free 3 Day Express Shipping to Australia and to celebrate, they are giving away a 20% Off discount code.

To get the code, head over to this page, share with a friend, and you and your friend will receive the code in your inbox. Offer ends 3rd Oct, 11:59pm.

Enjoy!

xxx


Obsessed with Blue Lace Dresses!

24 September 2016

You know that thing that happens when you buy a car – you choose a colour thinking that no one else has that colour… then for the next 3 years, all you seem to see on the road is everybody driving THE SAME CAR MODEL IN THE SAME COLOUR AS YOU?!

Anyway a similar thing is happening to me.

Ever since buying that blue Lover dress that I wrote about here, all I can see are OTHER GORGEOUS BLUE LACE DRESSES!

So here’s number one on my wish list right now:

Obsessed with Blue Laces Dresses

Left: Self Portrait Strappy Lace Dress. Oh my this dress is exquisite! And unique! And beautiful! I am completely smitten! Love the lines, the silhouette, the sheer panels, the contrasting stripes, the flare skirt, the lace – all of it.

Right: Next is the Self Portrait Azalea Dress, in Navy. This is a popular style, re-done by quite a few other brands, but I’ve never seen it in this kind of dark blue before. I love the style of the bodice, skirt and the lace is just lovely.

Obsessed with Blue Laces Dresses

Left: Diane von Furstenberg Zarita Lace Dress. Yes I’ve been considering this dress for a while now. Love the classic design, the flattering shape, the elegant high neck and the 3/4 sheer lace sleeves.

And lastly, this Lovers + Friends Bellini Dress, which is a little more affordable than the others. I really like the contrast between the flower lace and the geometric lace. Again I’m loving that sweetheart V neckline.

Hmm I might have to sell my Lover dress in order to afford these dresses… so they might have to sit in my wish list for a little while longer! Oh well!


Affordable Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein

8 September 2016

Affordable Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein

A few readers have asked me to suggest some affordable options for dresses… so here’s my recommendation!

Try some of these Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein.

I’ve bought a few things from Shein before, and honestly it’s been hit and miss. You have to really look at the photos and read the description carefully.

Thankfully these two dresses were great!

This dress is the Shirred Off Shoulder Floral Dress in Burgundy.

The top half of the dress is shirred, including the bust area, which I thought would be awful, but it doesn’t look that bad. It’s stretchy and comfy, wraps and sits nicely against your bra to show off your boobs.

The floral pattern also disguises the shirred-bit and it all looks fine.

The shirring stops just above the waist, so it gives the dress a “baby doll” or “empire cut” look. Which is nice because it hides the waist and tummy (hello hamburgers for lunch!) yet it still looks fitted and slimming, and you don’t have to worry about sucking in your tummy all day haha.

The double split panel in front was quite nice too, it makes the dress look extra summery.

Affordable Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein

It’s a really comfortable dress to wear! It’s a very casual, simple, throw on and walk to the beach kind of dress… or put on nice heels and wear to a summer backyard party.

This is the Size S and it fit me perfectly (I’m usually a size AUS/UK 6) – even in the length.

The fabric is a soft, printed kind of cotton. It handled a hot iron very well and didn’t crease easily after that.

Does it look cheap and nasty? Nope, it’s a summer dress, which looks casual, fun, high-street and affordable.

Affordable Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein

For the second dress, I picked out this Black Off Shoulder Tie Cuff Dress.

It’s VERY good value for AUS $20.

The fabric is a soft-to-touch rayon that looks like a kind of textured cheese-cloth. It’s light, floaty and a tiny bit see-through. It feels robust and strong and like I could wear it all day. It’s very comfortable.

Having said that, I haven’t washed it yet. But I did iron it and the fold creases came out easily.

I like the bow on the sleeves and the mini length. It is completely shapeless, so the focus is on your shoulders and legs.

Affordable Off Shoulder Dresses from Shein

I’m wearing the XS and the width of the shoulders were good – not too squeezey and not difficult to move in.

Again it’s a summer dress, so it’s good as a casual wear. Although I wore it with skinny jeans and tall boots one day and it looked great too.

Does it look cheap and nasty? I think because it’s black, it has a polished look to it. It looks casual and affordable, and definitely not nasty!

I guess if you’ve never tried an off shoulder dress, this is a good, safe dress to start.

And if you like it, you could look for a high quality replacement for the rest of spring / summer, as this off-shoulder trend will stick around until the start of next winter!

Happy shopping!!

xxx


What I Didn’t Wear: Forever New Rust Dress

31 August 2016

Last week, I was having SUCH a bad day with my kids (just one kid)… that I stormed out the door the moment my husband returned from work.

I headed to the local shops, to pick up my dry cleaning, buy some makeup remover, buy some baking paper… then I went into a Forever New and spotted this dress!

Forever New Rust Dress

I tried it on, I thought it looked great, and with not much consideration, I bought it – YES IMPULSE SHOPPING!

It stayed in the bag for a few days, then when I was preparing to go out to dinner with some girlfriends, I tried it on and took these photos.

I realised that — I DIDN’T LOVE IT.

It was really low cut and cleavagey – I don’t mind showing a bit a cleavage now and then, but this looked a bit.. um, trashy?

I felt that the skirt shape made my hips and thighs look HUGE! And the shape of the top made my arms look really chunky.

And the material was staticky too. As I walked around those few minutes, the skirt lining stuck to my legs and rode up my thighs in an unpleasant way and I kept having to reach in between my legs to unstick them. Very unclassy, haha!

Forever New Rust Dress

I must admit that these photos do make the dress look quite flattering.

But in the end, it’s not really about how I look in the dress, it’s how I feel in the dress. It completely changed my posture and the way I moved.

I didn’t love it, I didn’t love how it made me feel… so I returned it.

(And while I was back in the shop, I swapped it for another – cheaper – dress! Will share pics of it soon!)


What I Wore: Tassel Red Dress

12 August 2016

Tassel Red Dress

Oh how I love a bargain! And I love to share!

I bought this Copper Red Dress from Cotton On the other day! It’s so cute!

I’m wearing the XS and it also comes in a black version.

I love that it’s not too bulky, not too scrunchy; it drapes nicely, the waist sits at the right spot on me, the neckline is not too low, the skirt is not too short… it looks great.

It was $39.95, now $20 (Still on sale! Lots of XS/S/M sizes in stock!). I didn’t see the dresses in-store, so they must only be online?

I wore it out last night, with a fur vest and knee high boots to keep me warm. Such great buy hehe.

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!

Tassel Red Dress

Also wearing Schutz Cadey Lee heels, Gold Tassel Earrings (similar here) from Shopbop.


Floral Dress by Privacy Please

8 August 2016

Privacy Please Dress from Revolve

Hi everyone!

Last week I headed out to a morning fashion event, wearing this gorgeous floral dress by Privacy Please courtesy of Revolve.

It’s called the Delta Dress in a print called Gramont (lots of sizes available online).

You can get the same print in a different style called the Lehunt Dress (midi skirt with a high neck)

Or the same print in a maxi kimono style called the Plaza Dress.

Privacy Please Dress from Revolve

It is such a pretty, flirty, flattering, spring dress! I felt very feminine and girly, but still modern and elegant.

It’s a simple, wrap style, with a long tie. It’s easy to wear, comfortable, easy to move in and the fabric is light and soft.

I saw a photo of a girl wearing this dress in a casual way – with beach hair, straw hat and sandals – which I will try one day!

But for my fashion event, I decided to bling it up with gold stud heels by Diavolina, a Blush clutch bag by Tory Burch and a white blazer by Bardot (old).  I guess this would be a nice wedding guest outfit too.

Privacy Please Dress from Revolve

I actually picked out this dress a few weeks ago, and at that time, the only available size was Size S. I’m usually a size 6/ XS, but I added it to my cart anyway haha.

Because it was a wrap dress, I was able to wrap the dress a little tighter around my was it, and the dress fit me perfectly everywhere – except the sleeves.

Too Big Sleeves

This is how the Size S looked on me… the sleeves drooped halfway down my arm.

So I took it to my seamstress and she fixed it up for me for an amazing price.

I was super-duper happy with the result.

Privacy Please Dress from Revolve

As for spring dresses, I have a few events, parties and celebrations coming up so I have my eye on a few more floral dresses, especially the Privacy Please dresses because they are so pretty and affordable.

Can’t wait to share!

Have an amazing week!


How To Look Stylish Wearing a Summer Dress in Winter

29 July 2016

In collaboration with Shopbop, I’m sharing a few tips and ideas on how to extend the wear of your favourite summer dresses.

Yep, being in Australia, it’s currently WINTER and the online shops are bursting with new season SUMMER wear – on sale too!

So if you’ve nabbed a few summer threads – or heck, if you’re just bored of your winter clothes – with a little bit of creativity, you can wear your summer pieces in winter.

I picked out two summer dresses:

– This beeeeautiful Equipment Neck Tie Dress because it has a simple, timeless and versatile style.

– And this Tularosa Tunic Dress, because it pretty much screams on-trend, beachy summer style.

Here we go!

1) Wear with pants or tights.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Wearing a dress with pant’s isn’t as awful as it sounds. The dress basically becomes a tunic. And there’s a hint of rebellion in the outfit, as if I’m breaking ALL THE RULES.

I chose to wear it with slim black jeans. Not very adventurous, I know. They could have been tights.

But I could have easily worn regular trousers, wide leg pants, culottes, slim blue jeans or flared jeans.

Plus because the dress is black, I can wear it with all kinds of coloured pants (white! red! blue! floral!) to really extend the use of the dress.

 

2) Wear an oversized jumper.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Apologies for the simplistic advice, but this one is a goodie because it’s hard to get wrong.

You wear the dress as a skirt.

I like this because some of my dresses have LOVELY patterns/texture/lace, so it makes me feel like I have a new skirt.

Again, a great way to get more mileage from your wardrobe.

Oversized, chunky jumpers are very popular right now, super easy to wear with a dress.

In this case, I styled my dress with an oversized, light weight, simple, bamboo sweater from BambooBody.

 

3) Wear a top underneath

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Wearing a top under a dress sounds like awful fashion advice for 8 year olds!

But I was shocked when I experimented by wearing a short sleeve top, a turtleneck, a button-down shirt, a lace top underneath my black dress… they all looked really cool. It felt great to wear too.

In this case, I wore a white top with my dress, but I could have happily worn a grey top or black/white striped top – of which I have many in my wardrobe.

By the way, I bought this boat neck white top from Cotton On for $10(on sale from $15) which could go so well with many of my other dresses.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Whoa… so… after experimenting with the Equipment Tie Neck Dress, I’m so in love with it. I don’t think I’ve ever owned such a PLAIN, shapeless shift dress before.

It’s awesome because I can wear it with or without the neck tie, wear the tie as a belt, hitch it up to be a mini dress and even wear it as a top tucked into pants or into another skirt – soooo good.

 

4) Play with layers with textures, vests and cardigans.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Next dress!

As I mentioned earlier, this Tularosa Tunic Dress ticks all the boxes of being on-trend and beachy.

It has a slightly boho, slightly tribal look, with embroidery, pompoms, tassels, dots in a pinstripe pattern and it has long sleeves – so it’s a bit different. But the black and white colour ties it al together nicely.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

A faux fur coat, or a black leather jacket is a simple winter covering for any dress.

If you have a fur vest, you can layer it on top of a cardiganjacket, ponte blazer.

Similarly with a scarf, you can use an oversized one as a vest, on top of your coat.

Think about textures and pattern clashing too – denim, checked, floral, wool.

Layer, layer, layer!

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

 

5) Wear with knee-high boots or over-the-knee boots.

How To Look Stylish Wearing A Summer Dresses in Winter

Lastly, you can never go wrong with a pair of kick-ass boots to WINTERISE your summer dresses.

Wear with thick socks that will keep your legs and toes warm when you go out at night during winter.

(Preferably choose socks with a pattern of cartoon pizzas/puppy dogs/lipsticks haha!)

These boots are from Betts, from a few seasons ago.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my blog post. I haven’t put together style tips like this in AGES. It was so much fun!

I do miss my little studio (with the white background) which has been turned into a storage room at the moment. My grey wall is pretty cool though, except I get easily annoyed when editing my photos, if the wall lines and floor line are not perfectly horizontal.

I might do another post about the Equipment Tie Neck Dress because as I said, it’s so versatile and fun to play with.

In the meantime, do pop over to check out some new season summery dresses, or dresses on sale… like this Keepsake Strapless Black Dress and this Free People Off Shoulder Black Dress (both under $65) and both of which I am stalking :)

Thanks for reading and hope you have a fabulous weekend!

xxx


Lover Poppy Fitted Dress

18 April 2016

Lover Dress Poppy

I’m off to Bali for a girlfriend’s wedding soon, and I finally bought a dress to wear!

I splurged (kind of) on this Lover Poppy Fitted Dress in blue. Eeep it’s so pretty!

It wasn’t really a splurge, because it was on sale here, and I also received an extra 25% off (the sale is still on, just enter the code “EXTRA25″ at the checkout). So it was really just the price of a normal dress :)

There are other Lover dresses in a similar style in nude, black and white here at Revolve (with significant markdowns).

Can’t wait to wear it out!


What I Wore: ShowPo White Dress

20 February 2016

Dress from Showpo

I love a good cotton dress! This dress is from Showpo and is called the ‘You and I’ Dress in white.

I’ve bought and returned a couple of duds from various online stores over the last few months… but this one is a winner. I’m so happy with it. It’s gorgeous, simple, flattering and well fitting.

I always prefer my summery dresses to be slightly fitted, as they don’t overwhelm my petite frame. I also like my dresses to look pretty but not too pretty, and most times I like them to have sleeves too, so they offer a little bit of sun protection for my shoulders.

Dress from Showpo

I went to a lunchtime meeting by the river and I felt so light and fresh sitting under the shade of the trees and umbrellas.

Ah there were so many other dresses I wanted to get, notably this white crochet dress or this long sleeve playsuit.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

xxx


Looking for: A Wedding Guest Dress

16 December 2015

I’m pretty excited to share that I’m off to Bali next year to attend a friend’s wedding. She’s a family friend and so I’m actually flying over with my mum! Yay I can’t wait :)

Anyway, I’m on the look out for a wedding guest dress to wear and here’s what I’m thinking…

Wedding Guest Dresses

Dresses from Nicholashere and here.

Ugh. Both so stunning. Want both.

Wedding Guest Dresses

Gorgeous lace dresses by Diana von Furstenberg.

Again ugh. Both so stunning. But both so expensive.

Here and here.

 

Wedding Guest Dresses

Totally digging this navy lace dress by Saylor.

The sparkly one looks good. But possibly too sparkly for Bali?

Here and here.

 

Wedding Guest Dresses

Bec & Bridge dresses here and here.

I just adore that navy one.

But maybe the second one is a bit too sexy and potentially poppy-outy?

Eeeep what do you think?

(Not “What do you think about popping out?”. What do you think about the dresses…?!)


Looking for a Casual Silk Dress

2 November 2015

Casual Silk Dresses

A bumped into a girlfriend of mine the other day… and she was wearing the most loveliest silk dress I have seen in ages.

It was so simple, casual, effortless – I was instantly obsessed!

It was this dark red silk dress by US designer Rory Beca, who has a very pretty collection of drapey, silk dresses. The dresses are priced between $80 (on sale) to $360. Which is pretty good for nice silk!

Yes I already have a black strappy silk dress by Zimmermann (this one), but I’m thinking I might try to save up for a coloured one?? Am I crazy?

Pictured:

Left: Rory Beca Natalia Dress, Dark Red

Middle: Rory Beca Eli Dress, Navy

Right: Yumi Kim Jayne Silk Dress, Black


Still Lusting After a Shirtdress!

23 October 2015

Shopbop Shirtdresses

Sometimes I get a bit obsessed about searching the world for one particular item… and lately this one thing is the perfect shirtdress.

I’m still dying to get one… but I’m still trying to find that perfect trifecta of style, quality and price.

These 3 shirt dresses are so, so close!

They are from the Shopbop Sale (sew styles added), search for shirtdresses.

Parker Kimmi Dress, $297 (hmm a bit expensive, but it’s so pretty!)

Pam & Gela Printed Gauze Dress, $74 (60% off)

d.RA Prato Dress, $40.80 (70% off)


What I Wore: That White Aelkemi Dress!

22 October 2015

Aelkemi Dress, Spet 2015

Wooohoo! Check it out! Look at me all glam and fancy! Eeep!

My lovely photographer pal, Manny Tamayo took this snap of me at the Closing Night of the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival.

Aaaaand, I’m wearing an amazing gown by one of Perth’s top fashion label, Aelkemi.

You know how they say that real style is all about the person, and confidence, not the clothes blah blah blah.

Well in this case, THIS dress was everything haha! For realz!

It was the end of fashion week. I had been going to fashion events for 5 days in a row, I had little sleep all week, I had been juggling my kids, work, wife and mummy duties. Then before this final event, I ran around making dinner and helped kids with homework, jumped in and out of the shower, brushed my hair hastily, slapped on some makeup, slipped on the dress… then omg I stopped in my tracks and felt like I was transformed!

My shoulders arched back, my posture straightened out, my tummy tucked in, my chin lifted up, my neck felt elongated, I walked taller, and stood more confidently, I suddenly felt that I could conquer the world and party all night!!

The dress was so comfortable to wear and so easy to move in. It sat and skimmed off my curves rather than hug and squeeze like a body con dress. The slight folds, the drape, the cut — ahh it was perfect.

I’m so in love with it that I might see if I can get a custom length made up, possibly a mid calf length? In dark blue?

The Aelkemi online shop has a small selection of dresses to buy, but if you want to see the good stuff, you’ll have to go instore. So if ever you’re in Claremont, do pop by to check it out!

Aelkemi
Time Square Center
22/337-339 Stirling Hwy
Claremont WA 6010

*Outfit: I’m also wearing Nude Schutz Heels and Zac Posen Clutch.


Looking for a Shirt Dress

2 October 2015

A reader emailed me last week (hi Sue!), asking me if I had any suggestions for a casual dress that was a bit more “modest” than a typical summer dress, BUT not frumpy or daggy.

Yes! Sometimes I don’t feel like wearing strappy, low-cut dresses, that make me look like I spent all day at the beach… yet it’s hard to find a dress that is casual and flattering…

I spotted some of these super cute shirt dresses and I’m now obsessed!

Shirt Dresses fro ASOS

Eeep, all three of these dresses are just adorable, stylish and look so flattering!

If I had to choose between them, I’d choose from left to right:

Sessun Pinted Dress in Ivory (Ok it’s a bit pricey)

Yumi Belted Dress in Tile Print (On sale!)

Ganni Shirt Dress in Rose Smoke Print (Hmm yep again a bit pricey)

Shirt Dresses fro ASOS

Or if you’re not into print dresses, these plain shirt dresses focus a bit more on the tailoring and the fall of the fabric, so it’s best to pay a bit extra for better quality.

Warehouse Utility Shirt Dress (Excellent price for good quality)

ASOS Shirt Dress (Very affordable!)

Oasis Military Shirt Dress (Very reasonable!)

Happy shopping!

xxx


This Lace Dress!

10 September 2015

White Lace Dress From ASOS

I spotted this Petite Lace Dress With High Neck on ASOS a while ago and I absolutely fell in love with it!

I saved it in my wishlist but then I forgot all about it.

However, it turned out that my sister, who is in the UK, actually bought it but decided she wanted the black one instead. So she sent over the white one to me as a birthday present.

So much sister love!

So blessed to have a sister who’s the exact same clothes and shoe size as me! With similar taste in clothes too tee hee!

Thanks sis, love you to the moon and back! Maybe when we are finally on the same side of the earth, we can be twinsies and wear black and white.

White Lace Dress From ASOS

These were a few other white lace dresses that are in my wishlist.

From Left to Right:

Vila Premium Crochet Waisted Dress

Crochet Dress with Waist Tie

Hazel Lace Midi Dress

What do you think?

Happy shopping!




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