Style Saturday, 7 May 2016

Tonight, I will be attending the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s production of Peter Pan and it has made me realise that I would like to upgrade the dresses in my wardrobe. I am usually careful to buy the best in my budget range, but as I approach my late twenties, I realise that some of my dresses are looking on the younger side. If I could buy new dresses at this very moment, here is what I would be looking at:

Two Piece with Fit and Flare Skirt, Eliza J

This knee-length blush dress looks gorgeous, and would be suitable for any wedding ceremony, tea, or service. I think it has a certain timeless look about it, and I am really starting to gravitate towards two pieces. I run on the colder side, so they are practical; they also just look smart. I will keep an eye on the House of Fraser website to see if I can catch a sale!

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Lusara A-Z Skater Dress, Ted Baker

I adore Ted Baker- it is classic yet playful, and never fails to catch my eye! I think the juxtaposition of the characters with the different flowers is fantastic way to mix prints on the same piece. I also love the black detailing. A classic pair of black pumps and a black blazer would finish this look nicely!

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Danika Green Lace Dress, LK Bennett

Realistically, if I could, half of my wardrobe would be LK Bennett (obviously the half would be Kate Spade). I think they mix elegant and creative, and always look stunning. I love the lace detailing on this dress, and the bright green apple grabs your attention. I appreciate that it is not the current fashion of swing dresses (which I abhore), but rather still maintains some sense of structure. This would go well with my dream Sledges that I will one day own….

LK Bennett Danika Apple Dress

What are your dream pieces? If you could buy something right now, what would it be??

Until tomorrow,
The Historian!

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