Here I’m wearing a brand new sequin dress by Motel which I picked up for £18 in the sale (how could I resist?!) and another pair of House of Holland tights, this time the ‘all over bones‘ print, courtesy of the wonderful Tights Please.
I absolutely love the dress, although if I had one criticism it would be that the shape isn’t super flattering because it is tight around my chest and hips but not around my waist. However, it’s nothing that a few pins cannot fix (as shown in these photos) and overall I love the dress – especially for £18.
The tights are super cute too! Once again I cannot fault HoH on the quality of their legwear, and the bones print is adorable.
I’m loving the ‘bones’ prints and cheeky ‘boner’ t-shirts and jumpers at House of Holland at the moment, which are available to buy online now! The simple bone print looks great, especially in the monochrome colourway – the printed maxi dress and shorts are two of my favourite pieces. One of the best things about House of Holland is that if, like me, you can’t quite afford to spend £50 on a t-shirt or £300 on a blazer, they stock an awesome range of patterned tights at £12 each. Check out the bones themed ones, along with some of my other favourite pieces, below and buy them all here!
If you haven’t already seen, I absolutely loved the House of Holland SS12 collection at London Fashion Week. I was inspired by the oversized leopard print used on pastel colours, to create this nail art. I didn’t have the ideal colours to perfectly match the pieces in the collection, so I used a Ruby Hammer coral/pink shade with a Barry M lilac to create a gradient effect, then went over with a very thin layer of Bourjois ‘rose lounge’ shade to make the colours paler. Once this was dry, I used a MUA black with a dotting tool to create the leopard print! What do you think? Now I just need one of the fabulous House of Holland dresses to match!