10 January 2014

What I'd Wear to Fashion Week- Lavish Alice Blogger Comp

Hello you beauties..

Lavish Alice- What I'd Wear to Fashion Week

Off White PU Dip Hem Contrast Sleeve Dress- Lavish Alice
Prada Round Frame Sunglasses- Net a Porter
Black Veil Beanie- Karmaloop
Black Lazer Cut Out Clutch- Lavish Alice
 Pack of Three Silver Midi Rings- Topshop 
Lipstick in Shade Liv- Illamasqua 
Rose Ring, Skull Band and Evil Stone Skull Ring- The Great Frog London
Black Knee High Socks- New Look
Jeffrey Campbell Scully White- Nasty Gal

I am back again with another styling post, this time for the extremely good cause (well for me anyway) of a Lavish Alice blogger competition! Now if you've been following me for a while then you may know of my LOVE for the brand that 'in my opinion' stocks some flipping awesome clothing, shoes and accessories. I have done to this date, I believe three blog posts including them a 'How I'd Style' post featuring a dress I swear I am going to get in my life one day, a 'Wishlist' and another 'Blogger Competition' (let's hope it's a case of second time lucky)so yes, I think it's safe to say that I have a big of a major style crush on Lavish Alice.

So then, imagine my delight when I was contacted about this competition to style up some of the new season items (which are all to die for btw). I obviously couldn't resist a PU item, I swear I'm getting one step closer to dominatrix as this autumn/winter goes on. That next step comes in the form of this stunning metallic silver dip hem, contrast dress, I know right it's not black I was shocked too. Now you can't see it on this picture but the back of this beauty is fully metallic, in the same silver as the sleeves, it is yummy to say the least. Of course I had to style this with what I believe is a variation of what will be one of the most worn shoes this Fashion Week (the Stella McCartney Kristy Pump) and that would be the insanely beautiful Jeffrey Campbell Scully in white, look at me going all matchy, matchy!

To get back to my favourite colour and to step away from becoming too white as to not blend in with my deathly pale skin tone I decided (after much pondering) to add a few black elements to the look. I know I just couldn't control myself! I also wanted to add a little warmth as if I know anything about England it's that it's flipping cold and it's more than likely to start chucking it down the moment everything kicks off. I did this by adding some knee high socks, a basic veil beanie (which are probably completely over by now but I just can't let go) and this stunning over sized cut out patterned clutch from the new collection. I love how I would be able to pop all my belongings in this beauty as I am a girl who likes to lug around a Mary Poppins amount of things. Things such as these stunning over sized Prada sunglasses that I am going to magically be able to afford and of course, my main love in life, my lipstick. I decided on this stunning pale, pinky lavender shade as I wanted something soft and feminine to counteract the harshness of the structured patterns and black accessories but that would still create some impact. 

Finally I decided to stack on lots of silver jewellery from Topshop (classic) and The Great Frog London who I swear just do the most incredible rings. And walla bobs your uncle, fanny's your Aunt and I'm off to watch some fashion shows. 

Let me know what you think of this look in the comments guys and don't forget to check out the competition details on the poster below. Good luck if you enter (don't forget to leave me your link if you do) and I will see you guys soon. 

For more information visit the Lavish Alice blog.



  1. that black veil beanie looks amazing! so unique :)

    Rachel x
    Style Soup

    1. Amazing isn't it! Didn't know if I should go for the black or the white or grey...it's just too hard! When in doubt stick with black! x

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    1. Thank you lovely :) Their clothing is actually incredible! x

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    1. Thank you :) you're too kind! Yes they have beautiful dresses! x

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    1. You are more than welcome, I cannot recommend them highly enough! x

  5. can you make your blog more hot by adding some high heel shoes...still i love it ;)

    1. Thank you :) I can surely do a post all about my top heels? x

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    1. That's so sweet of you to say, thank you :) x

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