Fashion and lifestyle blogger WelliesandChampagne styles our must-have dress of the season...
As the season for transitional dressing approaches, welcome the return of retro with our must-have dress of the season- our georgette v neck midi dress, adding a daring yet dignified pop of colour to your everyday neutrals. Invest in a staple with staying power and capture the spirit of the ‘70s, as Sara from @welliesandchampagne blog, a former fashion buyer with a passion for style, shows you exactly how to incorporate this signature dress into your day-to-night dressing agenda.
Select this dress from a sea of your ever-present alternatives for a lasting look that’s fresh and feminine you can showcase all season. Pair this look with our luxurious leather jacket, forming a fabulous foundation piece guaranteed to make a statement at any occasion.
“For a perfect evening outfit, wear it with a leather biker jacket and accessorise with a touch of sparkle! It’s a great transitional piece that can be worn from summer through to winter”
If you’re looking for an outfit that creates an off-duty appeal, nothing turns heads quite like our georgette V neck dress, wear it with confidence by teaming the look with a casual cover-up and a comfortable pair of shoes. Designed to steal the spotlight and make light work of your new season refresh and reinvigorate not just your outfits but your autumn-ready line-up.
“My favourite thing about this dress is its versatility. Elegant and feminine, it can easily be dressed down for a casual day-time look with sneakers and a denim jacket.”
Whilst offering a decidedly dressed-up appeal to any transeasonal look, this dress acts as one of the most versatile pieces in your wardrobe, due to its ultra-stylish hemline, sitting halfway between the knee and ankle; it’s a perfect choice for dressing up adding instant glamour to any outfit.
“This midi dress can be styled into a sophisticated look for a special occasion – worn with velvet heels, a beaded clutch bag and soft pashmina shawl it’s perfect for weddings and other special events”