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13.3.15

What I Wore: George Dresses

When George contacted me to review some of their fabulous dresses I jumped at the chance. Out of all the supermarket chains I think George have their fashion credentials down. Not only do they help young fashion designers start up in the industry but they also sponsor shows at London Fashion Week. I'm always keeping an eye out for the graduate collections they have in store.
I picked this striped dress as my first choice, it actually looks like a top and skirt but they are attached. I teamed it up with this cocoon coat, which is also from George. I'm loving my blues at the moment. As you can see I continued the blue theme with my scarf and bag. You may recognise the backdrop, it's Somerset House! I wore this outfit to London Fashion Weekend a couple of weeks ago. 

My second outfit was a little bit more of a causal one. I love the look of denim and red together, I think it has quite an impact. This denim dress is great for those days where you don't really want to make any effort but you also want to look a little bit 'put together.' Adding something like a longline jacket to an outfit like this one is a great way to make it a little more dressy. I love the vibrant red of this one, it doesn't really come out as well in the pictures. Lastly I wore these black two-toned ankle boots to finish off my look, they are really comfy and I was walking around the park for a while, so they are tried and tested. 

7 comments:

  1. Love your outfits! I especially love your boots from the second outfit! <3

    xx Bash | Bash Says Hey | bloglovin'

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  2. The stripey one is great, asda fashion is really good these days
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

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  3. love your outfits,and I like the first image,its my style

    http://www.hedy.co.uk/

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  4. That orange (it IS orange, isn't it?) coat is rocking my world. I'm a fan of George clothing...and am also blogging about them in a week or so :)

    Ally x

    www.digital-diva.co.uk

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