Monday, 11 February 2013

Lashes of London Wish List

Lashes of London have some seriously cute pieces in at the moment, so when I heard that they were giving away £200 to spend on their wares in their blogger competition, I had to try my luck!

For my fantasy wish list, I've chosen 3 perfect-for-spring daywear pieces, 3 sensational evening dresses and 2 (literally) dazzling jackets to show you. There were so many temptations that I just couldn't keep the total cost under £200, but I did find some unbelievable sale bargains, so make sure you check them out before they vanish!

Vintage-Inspired Daytime Loveliness

Palms Belted Playsuit, £49 £14.70 
Quite possibly the cutest playsuit I've ever seen - the bow and cut-out features are so Marilyn-esque, and the level of attention to detail is incredible for the sale price!

Frenchy Polka Dot Shorts, £38 £11.40
More '50s style amazingness - the high waist and floaty A-line shape make these so flattering and easy to wear, as well as ridiculously cute. They'll look equally fab with a relaxed black jumper and opaques now, and a crop top and wedges come summer.

Abyss Leopard Print Dip Hem Dress, £55
This dress might just tempt me over to the dark (or bright) side... coloured leopard print, something I never thought I'd wear, made so-chic-it-hurts with '40s inspired styling. The dipped hem ensures a glamorous, rather than staid, silhouette.

Evening Glamour

Baroque updated for spring with an on-trend lantern cut. Luxuriously opulent, but with an elegant touch of restraint.

Metallic gorgeousness with all dials set to stun. The classic shape keeps it chic.

You'd be hard pressed to find a more showstopping LBD than this one, especially for under £20! The graphic neckline detail ensures the sequin-bodycon combo appears far from pedestrian.

Covering Up In Style

Sports luxe meets disco. Perfect for injecting some fun into a casual ensemble, or adding edge to evening wear.

Everyone needs a statement biker in their lives, and this one will funk up your summer dresses and khakis and add a surfeit of glamour to disco pants and evening dresses - it would look stunning over the Rococo dress above.

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