Location: London 

photographer: Catalina Joycelyn

So the word 'daze' in the english dictionary is defined as "to dazzle with light". This is exactly how I feel about this dress. The light definitely dazzles through this dress, if you know what I mean - haha. I'm not really a summer holiday dress, type of girl, but like I promised myself this year I would try new things and if I have to say so myself... this dress is pretty awesome!

First of all, comfort is my third name after elegance and simplicity and this dress encapsulates all of those three names together in one. The thing is it can get extremely hot in summer or it can be gloomy (if you stay in London) so buying a summer dress that is diverse in the way we wear it is important. The style of this dress is quiet unique. The rolled up sleeves makes it look like a t-shirt but the length of the dress is midi which is perfect for dressing it up a little more chic-er than usual. This outfit is perfect for a beach holiday or even a very casual city outdoor holiday. But if you want to dress up a tad more than usual then you can pair this dress with a biker leather jacket; some black strapped heeled sandals and a fancy detailed clutch. Do you get my vision? 

So the next couple of weeks, I will be preparing for an awesome holiday, so I will be showing you over the next few weeks some really awesome buys for holiday. You might only be going on holiday at the end of the year or might even just attending a summer party - whatever summer occasion it might be, I'll be showing you all the best summer buys to get on sale. Some investment pieces, some cute affordable buys and some really great all year around closet essentials. So stay tuned. 

Don't forget that, if you're in London or need some really beautiful unique pieces then Feathers London have some of the most unique summer pieces, in store and online. 

Alright loves - speak soon x



All items from Feathers London 

Dress: Antonio Marras (here)

Shoes: See By Chloe (here)

Bag: GEDEBE (similar here)

Sunglasses: Linda Farrow (here)