Wedding season is upon us and at the beginning of this month, I had the great pleasure in attending one of my closest and oldest friend’s beautiful wedding.
My only problem came in the form of outfit choice. The only other wedding I’d ever attended day to night was my best friend’s wedding last September, but I was a bridesmaid, so I didn’t have to think about what to wear.
Enter River Island. I ordered this dress over Christmas as it was in the sale, (although technically, the boyf. did actually pick it, not me).
Turns out he has cracking female fashion sense and thanks to having my wisdom tooth out and being unable to eat for two weeks prior to the wedding, I was able to squeeze perfectly into this rather fitted and rather small for a size 10 dress.
Paired with some navy Primark heels and a F&F bag, I thought the overall outfit wasn’t too shabby to celebrate a perfect day in.
Sam, the gorgeous bride looked absolutely stunning, my girls all looked beautiful and even the boyf. scrubbed up well. It’s also safe to say that I’ll be calling on his fashion expertise in future…
– love Stef x
Every Friday I used to have the pleasure of taking Momma Keeling to Tesco – the only thing that stopped me from having a weekly mental breakdown in the cake aisle was the clothes section.
F&F has some amazing picks and my wardrobe is filled with a fair few. So, if you ever find yourself questioning your life in Tesco, wander over to the clothing aisle – a new dress is much better than a breakdown.
– love Stef x
“May I admire you again today?” – Duckie (Pretty in Pink)
I know I have already posted a shopping guide for spring in pretty pastels but on my hunt for new dresses, I saw so many pretty pink things that I just couldn’t resist sharing.
I can’t pull off pink, well not in the OTT way that I would love to, but it can’t hurt to look now can it?
Here are some of my favourite picks from the best high street stores the UK – and the tinterweb – has to offer.
What will you be buying?
– love Carla x