Sunday, 28 October 2012

Miss Selfridge: Little Princess

Miss Selfridge have just launched their 'Little Princess' story in perfect timing for the forthcoming party season. The collection is super romantic in pastel shades with chiffon, metallics and luxe detailing such as lace, faux fur, brocade, embroidery and embellishment. It's such a beautiful range that I wanted to share it and I'm wishing more than ever that they produced bigger sizes! My favourite is this floral embroidered, lace shift dress £195 (sizes 4-16).
It's expensive for the high-street, but it's part of their exclusive premium range and looking at the online images I feel you could easily mistake it for designer. Dolce & Gabbana have made very similar styles for example. It's absolutely stunning and a classic that I'd wear time and time again. I love the subdued colours and the embellishment which even carries over onto the sheer sleeves, just beautiful.  The range also includes separates such as sheer blouses, peplum tops, metallic and lace skater skirts, sheer maxi-skirts and embellished shorts. You would be warm but glamorous in this ostrich feather bolero £110 (sizes s-l), which I'd accessorise with a large statement brooch.
This nude embellished maxi-dress £120 (sizes 4-16) just screams old Hollywood glamour and is another of my favourites. It's covered in sequins and beads and features a beautiful, swishy, layered, dipped hem. I'm sure you would feel a million bucks in it, it's so gorgeous.
The nude wrap dress £85 (sizes 4-16) is slightly more affordable and wearable and would certainly be a hit for all those Christmas parties and beyond the festive season. It's really versatile and I could see it toughened up with a leather jacket, black studded cat ears or black fishnet tights and shoe-boots, but it would look equally gorgeous with the feather bolero (above) and metallic sandals and you could amp up the sparkly factor with this gem belt.
The 'Power Of Love' heels £70 (sizes 3-7) add a touch of twinkle to your toes, with pretty detailing such as a metallic t-bar and large crystals mixed with a chunky platform and black heel.  They would look fabulous with bare legs or thick black tights and I think that sturdy base could handle your dance moves!  The collection is online now and prices start from £22.  Some of the pieces are limited though, so if there's something you really want-I wouldn't wait too long.  There's currently free international delivery when spending £40 with the code AWTREAT2.  Does anything here take your fancy? Have you already started planning your party wardrobe?

2 comments :

  1. Definitely a 20's glamour going on there! Love them though I'd never pay that for them!

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