Everyone loves a good sale, am I right? I love nothing better than a browse of the sales, so I’ve put together a few of my favourite sale picks; maybe even to give you some inspiration of what’s hot at the shops.
Toptop black Bell Sleeve top
Tiptop Feather Lace Up Heels
Topshop Faux Fur Jacket
ASOS Navy Front Split Pencil Skirt
ASOS A Line khaki Mini Skirt
Zara Navy City Bag with Handle
If you’re feeling a little more brave, this is the perfect party dress! The twist on the LBD makes this piece sexy but at the same time very flattering. You’ll defiantly be the star of the party.
Self Portrait Azaelea Midi Dress In Textured Lace – £240.00
This dress is gorgeous for the festive season. Not only does the colour scream christmas, but it’s such a feminine and flattering style. The midi length gives it a flirty feel, yet the lace and neckline gives it a sexier edge. I love this one!
If you’re not wanting to pay quite as much, miss guided do a great alternative which is pretty much the exact dupe!
This dress reminds me of the 20s, the perfect mix of embellishment and gorgeous chiffon detailing. I also like the fact that this dress has little sleeves and is a bit more loose fitting – perfect to hide any food babies!
The first thing that drew me to this dress was the colour – I think it’s so flattering on anyone. The sequins will make you ready for any party, and if you look at the back, it has a gorgeous lace up detailing.
This dress is so gorgeous! White seems to be a colour that is neglected in the party season, but for me it’s a colour that screams christmas and winter. The bodycon style keeps it fun and dressy, but the split sleeves along with the high neck makes this dress so sophisticated.
I love the lace detailing along with the sequins on this dress. The spaghetti straps also makes it fun and a bit more daring.
Which one’s your favourite?
If you’re anything like me, then you’ll have had the ever so annoying task of hunting down the perfect jean for pretty much forever. You finally think you’ve found them, in my case the Topshop Leigh Jeans, but then find the colour to come out within the first wash. If you’re a black jeans kind of girl, then you will feel my pain. But don’t be too disheartened, because I think I may have discovered the PERFECT jean.
Although they are on the pricey side at £42, the River Island Molly Jeans are well worth the investment. They call them the Molly ‘jegging’ but don’t be put off by that, they’re defiantly more jeany. If you think about how much you wear jeans, then the price doesn’t seem to bad and defiantly worth it. They come in loads of different styles and washes, from ripped, to normal jean ‘blue’ to black and white. They also have sizes from 4 – 18, something which I find so much easier than having to find out your waist measurements. Not only this, but they don’t stretch and go baggy, something which I hate skinny jeans to do. Seriously you need to try these jeans if you’re anything like me.
What are you favourite jeans?