Monday, 25 April 2016

Modern Fairytales | Chi Chi London






















Shoes - Public Desire Blanca Heels in Grey Faux Suede*

Summer is literally around the corner, and so is wedding season. I've found that girls are either a) obsessed with wedding season, b) it's the bane of their lives every year. I personally love the challenge of finding something wedding-guest appropriate whilst keeping it feminine, yet stylish. No matter which category you're into, I have the dress that will change the formal dress game forever.

I saw some serious fashion post potential when Chi Chi London asked if I would like to style this purrrfect asymmetric-hem dress from their New In collection. If you are heading to a wedding, wearing white is an obvious no-no, so this delicate mauvey grey base colour is just perfect, especially combined with the beautiful, pastel floral detailing. The entire shape of the dress emphasises a tiny waist, whilst the asymmetric a-line skirt not only skims your hips, but also adds that little bit of high-fashion flair. Did I mention that this lil cutie is also petite - halleluiah! It always feels amazing when pieces fit my tiny self properly.

For maximum impact, I teamed my elegant Shelby dress with crimped locks (hello, 90s child) and delicate plaits for a fairy-esque vibe. Can you tell that I'm really feeling the modern fairytale trend? Oh, and that's not all - the babes at Public Desire brought out these amazing perspex heels, with lace up detailing - uh, shoe goals much? They definitely channel those modern cinderella vibes, and can be worn tied up or tied down dependant on your outfit feels - yaaas!

Check out  Chi Chi's New In to find your perfect Wedding look!

Are you going to a wedding this year?
How are you going to dress up for the occasion?


Check out the awesome photography by Ben Blyth, he's a wizard behind a camera - and these shots have some serious edge to them. He also resides in Cardiff, so if any Cardiff-based bloggers out there need a photographer for a shoot - Ben's your guy.
Ben Blyth

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11 comments

  1. I love the setting for these pictures and it's such a pretty dress! I think I'm going to a wedding soon and I am so excited to pick out an outfit! x

    - Eternalleigh.blogspot.com

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  2. I love that dress! So pretty xx

    www.thelisasworld.com

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  3. love your dress,Chi Chi are the best for beautiful dresses! You look fab and all beautiful pics,great post lovely xx

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  4. Those shooooooes! Love them!!

    thisissimplyme.com

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  5. I absolutely love this look! You look like a princess! Xx

    OliviaCheryl.com

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  6. You look gorgeous! That dress literally reminds me of a fairytale or of some indie music video (I don't know why haha), it's stunning! And those heels as well. I love how the heel is transparent, it adds a nice twist to things.

    www.saarasofia.com

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  7. Oh my gosh these photos!!! Serious heart-eye! Your photographer is super talented!! :) I really love the whole style of this outfit, in particular the shoes - the glass heels is so different and unique. I agree with you, wearing white at a wedding? Er #NO so this dress would be perfect! xxx

    http://lifeaccordingtolili.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I love this outfit, their dress game is amazing recently! Those shoes are beaut too, tempted with getting them for the weekend but keep putting it off as I have so many PD shoes! I'm definitely checking out Chi Chi for the summer wedding I'm going to! x

    Tamz | http://www.throughneweyesx.com

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  9. This is a very beautiful location for photos.
    The dress looks nice on you. I also like your hairstyle!
    💋
    Stella from a Looks & Travels

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  10. OMG HOLLY! These photographs are so beautiful!

    xo,
    Not Your Type Blog

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  11. I love the dress! So CUTE!

    Xoxo
    Serein
    https://sereinwu.com/

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