When I saw this Ann Harvey Georgette dress and bolero, I thought instant glamour!
And that was just what I created with look number 1. The beautiful fall of the dress was comfortable and super flattering for a wheelchair based look. Whether you’re a wheelchair user or not, I know you girls can appreciate that your outfit choice would be made that much more difficult if you had to factor on sitting down all night. Some of the beautiful couture I saw at this event was so stunning, but so styled out I am surprised the girls wearing could breathe, let alone eat, drink or sit.
Worn with quilted cream and navy patent pumps, I pulled this look together with a subtle spray of pearls worn round my neck, pearl bracelets, and delicate earrings. I am a girl who loves her statement jewellery, but for this look, less was definitely more.
With a separate bolero to go with the shift, this dress could quite easily be worn without for a less dressed up look. I’m wearing here with diamante strappy sandles and simple and elegant hair.
I’ve paired the shift here with a gorgeous navy waterfall jacket from Elvi. This look would be great for work or for a daytime engagement. The shoes I wore for the first outfit would fit much better here, but that’s the beauty of clothes and shoes – us girls never really stop playing dress up.
These beautiful pieces have become instant favourites for me that I know I will wear again and again.
Do you have a favourite dress that you know you always look good in?
Do you like to experiment with styles or stick to classic pieces?