Friday, 26 June 2015

My Style : Chi Chi London Sample Campaign


LINK TO THIS DRESS HERE: Chi Chi Cecilia Dress

          I recently received a sample from Chi Chi - a brand I hadn't previously heard of and the pink packaging the sample arrived in got me really exited. 
          The sample I was sent is the dress in the photos: the Cecilia dress. Words cannot describe how in love I am with this dress! Beautifully made with gorgeous pink detailing which adds a very feminine touch. In my opinion this dress is perfect for weddings or special events. The dip on the back adds elegance and the fit of the dress really helps to accentuate your curves. I love the overall structure and how well it holds. 
          After receiving my sample curiosity got the better of me so I decided to venture onto the Chi Chi website. I was amazed at the dresses they have, all so unique yet so alluring. They literally have a dress for any occasion. 
          Three of my personal favourites include: 
          As well as dresses Chi Chi also offer an array of tops, skirts, shoes, bags and accessories - all just as beautiful as  their dresses. One thing I've grown to love about Chi Chi London is that they offer really different, interesting pieces. It's often hard to get away from mainstream ways of putting outfits together, but with the help of brands like Chi Chi, it makes coming out of your style comfort-zone that much easier.  
          Overall, I would really recommend checking out their website (Click Here) - if you're stuck for ideas or just need some fashion inspo Chi Chi is definitely the right way to go. 
         There is currently a 30% discount off of shoes and bags when you buy a dress off of their website. 
     
          









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Saturday, 20 June 2015

Fendi Resort 2016


          Taking a first glance at this collection, you can tell that Fendi have made a silent nod towards the theme: Birds of Paradise. The pieces themselves, simplistic but with beautiful patterns alongside a small hint of colour amongst earthly tones.  50 years at the helm, Lagerfeld has conjured up yet another amazing collection which continues some of Fendi's iconic looks, as well as fresh new ideas.  
          Renowned for their iconic Italian leather and fur designs, the incorporation of these two elements into pieces is pure genius considering "Resort" is aimed at jet-setting clientèle heading towards warmer climates. 
          One aspect Fendi seems to get head on is accessories. Their shoes and bags are some of the most iconic, and striking pieces. This collection was no different to the others - full of great accessory designs that surely capture the eye. 
          Overall, I love the collection, the colours, silhouettes, as-well as the patterns and structure of the clothes. Fendi has started to become one of my favourite fashion houses, and I cant wait to see what else Lagerfeld has to offer for this amazing label. 



































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Monday, 15 June 2015

Moschino Resort 2016


To me, Moschino are one of the most, fun, innovative designer brands on the market. They always seem to think outside the box and incorporate interesting ideas into fashion. Their past collections have themed the likes of Barbie, Loonie toons and even using the famous McDonald's "M" in the "M" of Moschino! It's fair to say that Moschino have credit where it's due in being one of the most entertaining brands. 

Their new Resort 2016 collection didn't fail to impress. They used the likes of "SALES" tags, upside down and back to front writing, "Teddy Dollars," alongside interesting new prints and designs. Although the wear ability is questionable for the every-day look - Scott has nailed the "wow" factor that we all seek out for once in a while.

Despite some people not understanding the reasoning behind Moschino's creations (or fashion in general) I can almost relate to it as an art form. Using fun, gimmicky designs to press a hidden message. This is why I believe that fashion isn't appreciate enough. Far too many times have I heard "I wouldn't wear that", "that's hideous", "fashion is a joke," - but no. Fashion is only another form of expression and art, it shouldn't be criticised but encouraged. 


















































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