|Tulle dress, £320, Self Portrait|
I don’t get myself into a wedding panic very often…I usually just find an old dress, grab a clutch and go. But this season I haven’t bought anything ‘wedding specific’.
But with an event coming up next month, I realised that there will be only A/W in stores if I didn’t act fast. Plus, I wanted something different – not the usual wedding guest outfits. This is where the most current brand of the moment comes in – and it doesn’t cost as much as you may think.
|Lace dress: £260, Self Portrait at Net A Porter|
|Lace and mesh dress: £320, Self Portrait at Matches|
I was sold when I saw friend and blogger, Briony from A Girl A Style, wear hers in Regents’ Park rose garden – too stunning.
|‘Arabella’ dress: £260, Self Portrait. Sold out but shop other dresses here|
Briony agrees that the quality of these dresses are just as good as its designer – more expensive – counterparts.
So, for a dreamy dress that will be sure to get you noticed (and showered with compliments), will also guarantee that your friends won’t be wearing it to the same event, and won’t come with the £1000+ pricetag – Self Portrait is your new go-to.
1. Lace dress, £200, Self Portrait at Net A Porter
2. Lace dress, £260, Self Portrait at Selfridges
3. Lace dress, £280, Self Portrait at MatchesFashion
4. Checked organza dress, £230, Self Portrait at MatchesFashion
5. Embroidered top, £160, Self Portrait at Net A Porter
6. Lace skirt, £200, Self Portrait at Selfridges