This time last year I have debuted my lovely Valentino dress here. I remember this day clearly, prancing around in Spring sun. A year later I am still in love with it as much as when I first tried it on. It’s a shame I do not have enough fancy occasions to wear it to!
I have however made the most of these blue sandals from Dune. I saw that they extended Hydro line with iridescent pink and gold versions… Very tempting!
Finally, here is the outfit that I have promised to show you last week. I wore this look to my mother’s 60th birthday celebration. It was a very special night, so there was a demand for a very special dress. I chose to wear Valentino ribbed lace skirt dress.
A bit of a risqué choice, you would say – a skirt with no lining, but thank god for cleverly positioned panels!
I love it’s bouncy a-line skirt with scalloped hem. The lace itself is absolutely exquisite! I will definitely be wearing this dress for many years from now.
As I have mentioned dress code for the night was ‘cobalt blue’, so I chose complementing accessories. My lovely blue heels are from Dune. They are so comfy, I danced all night! Skinnydip London clutch surely got a lot of attention from everyone that evening.
Now I need another event I can wear this dress to again! P.S. I can never resist doing signature ‘Coup’ jump :)
Valentino dress via Farfetch; Dune Hydro heels; Skinnydip London embellished clutch and Swarowski studs.
Yes we have seen them appear on runway from about early spring time..but recently cap toe heels have spread like wildfire with every high street shop at least having one pair for you to choose from.
The beauty of these heels is that they are very lady like but with a very subtle edginess about them.
Perfect duet of on-trend metallic accents and contrasting colour combination, these pumps will last and last in your wardrobe season after season. Consider them your modern classics!
Clockwise from middle pair, Dune’s Balmoral double toe cap court shoe, £90; Mango pumps, £69.99; Topshop ‘Gabbi’ courts, £50; The Kooples suede courts, £255; ASOS ‘Sidney’ pointed high heels, £45.