6 Jun

I’m not normally a pink person. My wardrobe contains mostly black, white, grey and denim. I do also like a print and a stripe but, I literally don’t have one thing pink. However this season I am finding myself increasingly drawn to it. I keep coming across beautiful lace and embroidered dresses, both from the high street and designer in this pretty (I’m talking blush not fuscia) hue. Pink is also perfect accessorised with gold which makes me love it even more, as I have a lot of gold accessories. Perhaps not a colour I would wear everyday, although you easily could, I love the idea of something in a blush pink for an event; think summer party or wedding. (Shame I only have one wedding this year and I am a bridesmaid wearing champagne…)

What first made me consider adding this colour to my wardrobe was this Daisy embroidered dress by Needle and Thread that I saw whilst browsing online. I am loving everything Needle and Thread right now. If only I worked in a glamorous fashion office rather than a warehouse. Anyway, inspired I have picked out some of my favourite dresses in this same hue that make lovely alternatives, and some are also extremely well priced.

(Note I also found a gorgeous maternity style for anyone with a bump. This smocked style is great with or without actually.)


Jess x

Warehouse Mirror embellished Midi dress

ASOS premium embroidered dress

Marchesa sequin tulle mini dress

Halston Heritage pleated cotton and silk-blend midi dress

ASOS one shoulder midi dress

Iris and Ink ruffled tiered silk crepe dress

Topshop Assymetrical midi dress

Mango belted long dress

Rebecca Taylor Arella open back cotton lace dress

Halston heritage crepe cape dress

Topshop Maternity lace smock dress

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