Never Fully Dressed
November 4, 2011 § 2 Comments
Never Fully Dressed is a brand to watch! Celebrities like Stacey Solomon and Fearne Cotton have been spotted wearing their clothes on a numerous occasions and their products have been published in various magazine editorials.
And even if you are not chasing after the celebrity endorsed goodies, you will just as easily fall in love with the clothes. For me, what makes them special is the simplicity of design (easy going pieces that you can pile on) as well as colour selection.
My two favourite pieces that represent the brand really well are the Ostrich Feather Waistcoat, £85 which comes in different shades of blue, purple, brown, green and black; and a Sheer Shirt/Blouse (as I once said that is the cool trend this season with a very odd name – Blirt) that is also available in varied colour and patters at £38. Both come in one size only which creates that relaxed feel of the outfit. Both have been styled with leather trousers, but if you are not ready to take that step why don’t you try wet look leggings instead?
Visit the website http://www.neverfullydressed.co.uk to brighten up your Autumn/Winter wardrobe. (Plus 100% profit from some of the items on offer goes to charity, like the profits from the purple shirt above).
Plaid-Up for Autumn!
August 26, 2011 § 1 Comment
I am very much in love with Autumn/Winter 11 Celine collection – especially the blue/green plaids. Of course this being my fashion wishlist I can just add those items and talk in volumes about Celine and the coolest plaid trousers ever. But I would rather show an item that is definitely making it from the wishlist to my wardrobe – American Apparel Celine inspired Chiffon oversized blouse.
It is awesome. Not only does it do justice to the plaid trend it is also a massive fab of this season – it is a perfect BLIRT (i.e. blouse and shirt, I would rather abstain from using fashion language but I just love the word!) And apart from being on trend it is also very multipurpose – wear with a skirt, leggings, jeans, jeggings (you saw it coming), as a dress, a night gown, roll the sleeves up, tie the bottom up etc. Who would not spare £52 for such an investment? (Plus it is currently on promotion and you get £4 of when you spend £50 by entering BTS1 code on the check out).
P.S. Happy Bank Holiday Weekend!