I thought I would change it up for this Wednesday Wishlist and instead of the 5 items I am lusting over I wanted to share with you the 3 outfits I am hoping to recreate on my blog in the coming weeks!
I fell in love with this T-Shirt dress from ASOS because the pattern is just so eye catching. I think this could look amazing dressed up for an evening out or dressed down with a pair of black tights and a cardigan.
I have been completely obsessed with platform heels over the past couple of months and these platform chelsea boots from Public Desire are not an exception.
The heels and the bag perfectly compliment the colours in this dress and they do make it casual enough to wear day to day.
Over the past few years spring/summer always brings a small amount of items that are a throwback to the 70’s but it never seems to stick however I think this year is going to be different. Instead of the odd smatterings or flared jeans and swing style dresses in stores there are a lot more options to choose from this year.
I can’t wait to purchase the outfit above and share the finished product with you.
I really like the cut of the Motel Rocks dress but I’m not sure how this will sit on my body or how comfortable I will feel in it but I am hoping it is going to look awesome as I have been thinking about buying it for a couple of weeks now.
I have actually featured the Amie Long Boots in a previous Wednesday Wishlist but I just haven’t gotten round to purchasing them yet so they are still on the wishlist….but not for long!
1. Whistles Small Leather Clutch, 2. ASOS Two Piece Scuba Dress, 3. Missguided Contract Heeled SandalsFor this outfit I have gone minimal on the accessories I think would look best with it, because the pattern and style of the dress is so interesting any more accessories would make it look too busy. ASOS are going to love me in the next few days as a lot of the items on this wishlist are from them including the scuba two piece dress. Although the dress has a lot of colours, the heels will look perfect and the bag is beautiful but understated which is what you can expect from Whistles!