So, do you like my Company Awards outfit? And more importantly, how do you think I should style it up? I paired it with my duster coat here for an all black look, but I’ve also got the option of this gorgeous deep purple leather from BANK, or this pale blue one from Primark. Leave a comment below with which you think would look the best! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram to see which option I go for, and for updates from the awards in London this week.
In the iconic words of Karl Lagerfeld, ‘One is never over-dressed or underdressed with a Little Black Dress’, and of course he could never be wrong! Although Karl probably didn’t have anything less than Chanel in mind, there is never a shortage of fabulous LBDs for the Christmas party season both on the high street and online. One of my favourite brands at the moment is the up and coming, ‘as seen on’ TV celebs, bloggers and X-Factor contestants, Lashes of London. Lashes is giving one lucky person a chance to win one of their many beautiful LBDs, the stylish and unique ‘racer front’ Harlow dress, worth £65! To enter simply go here and follow the instructions on screen. Good luck!
If you’re not feeling lucky and want to treat yourself instead, check out a couple of my other favourite LBDs from the Lashes collection below! And keep your eyes peeled for a post by yours truly featuring the stunning, best selling Ramona dress (bottom).
|Rococo Caviar Beaded Dress, £90|
|Ramona Embellished Dress, £115|
It might sound mundane to write this post from the ‘every girl needs a good LBD’ angle, but there is no other way to go about it because that statement is so true! This particular dress, which I received courtesy of AX Paris, is perfect: its use of faux leather panels and mesh make it an interesting and slightly different take on a classic LBD, whilst the figure hugging fabrics make it super flattering too. Here I decided to accessorise the black only with silver, including heels from Topshop, a simple clutch bag from Primark and these amazing embellished tights by Pretty Polly, which I received courtesy of Tights Please.