ChiChi Theodora Dress £74.99*
Hello lovelies I hope your all well, you’ll be glad to know I’ve managed to download and install most software and applications back onto to my MacBook now so normal blog posts will resume after Christmas. Until then I thought I’d share with you an outfit I wore for a wedding on Saturday, I actually found it really hard dressing for a Winter wedding as I’ve never actually been to one, there were so many things I had to think about 1. being warm 2. being practical and 3. looking elegant and I think I actually managed all three with this beautiful gown from ChiChi London.
As mentioned finding a dress was pretty hard, long gone are the days where I can get away with wearing a cute bodycon dress so as you can imagine my options were pretty slim as all I see around these days are bodycon dresses, co-ords and crop tops all of which I wasn’t up for wearing so on the search I went. I ended up with four dresses…. yes four all in the space of 1 week. I don’t know how I managed that but at the end of the week I realised I hated the three I had bought but then ChiChi came to the rescue and on Thursday when this arrived I was delighted with it. I quickly ran upstairs to try it on and boom it fitted like a glove! The dress itself was actually a little long but I think that’s only because I had little heels on and I’m quite short but with such little time to get it adjusted I just didn’t bother and to be honest it was fine to wear.
I really adore the pretty beading along the neckline, the combination of sparkles and pearls really adds that touch of elegance to the dress and I also really loved the slight split it had on the leg, it came up to my knee so not too daring but it just let the leg peek though just enough to make me feel that extra bit glam.
What do you think of my ChiChi London Dress? Have you been to a Winter wedding this year, I’d love to know what you wore.
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