It’s a new year and with that comes a new season! Fresh fashion and the latest trends are hitting down in stores indicating that spring/summer is officially on its way, hurrah!
If you’re jetting off to a glamorous location for a destination wedding or simply heading somewhere local for a stay at home wedding soiree this month then you’ll be on the hunt for a stand out wedding guest dress.
Having scoured the world wide web for the hottest garbs going this month, you’ll be sure to find yourself the perfect little guest dress in this month’s roundup…
Sleeveless Crepe Jumpsuit £60 – Topshop
Bow Back Crepe Shift Dress £65 – Topshop
Gold Pleated Midi Dress £45 – Miss Selfridge
At this most wonderful time of the year, it is more than likely that you’ll need a little guest dress for a winter wedding or festive party.
From fancy floor length frocks for sophisticated black tie events to shimmering skirts and sleek jumpsuits for a Christmas celebration, the best of the High Street is right here.
If any of these darling dresses catch your Christmas eye click on the link below each item to purchase them online, but as always be quick as these little beauties won’t be around for long…
Cream Danielle Drop Back Dress £99 – Miss Selfridge
Image: Hilary Cam Photography
Do you have an upcoming wedding to attend? Sometimes finding the perfect little guest dress can be a challenge, but never fear as the monthly roundup of the best High Street wedding guest dresses is right here!
From fabulous floral prints to nearly nude hues, from pretty pastel winter shades to statement midi skirts, there’s a trend to suit everyone this season, whether you have a sunshiny destination day in your diary, an invitation to a lovely local ceremony or a simply a special event to attend.
If you want to rock any of these frocks click on the link below each of these beauties to buy them online, but as always be quick as they won’t be around for long…
Long Printed Dress £29.99 – Zara
Boyfriend Sweatshirt £16 – ASOS
If you’re jetting off on your honeymoon, hollybobs or a weekend away and you’re wondering what to wear to the airport, take a look at these off-duty travel outfits that tick both the trend and the comfort boxes. Style doesn’t have to come before comfort with these casual wardrobe staples.
Dress down for the airport in soft distressed denim teamed with a slogan tee, lightweight sweatshirt or both. Sport flat footwear for the journey that you will also want to wear on holiday such as classic Converse, Nike x Liberty trainers, luxe espadrilles and if you hadn’t heard already, the Birkenstock is back this season!
Use an oversized tote for your hand luggage – not only will it fit all of your travel essentials in for the flight but it will also work as a beach bag. Don’t forget a timeless pair of sunnies, updated in this season’s colours.
Selected Evita Sweatshirt in Stripe £40 – ASOS
Croc Sweater by Boutique £45 – Topshop
Clubmaster Sunglasses from £125 – Ray Ban at ASOS
Letf: Rebel Without T-shirt £65 – Zoe Karssen at NET-A-PORTER
Right: Aloha T-shirt £40 – J.Crew at NET-A-PORTER
Ripped Jeans £29.99 – Zara
Wondering what’s coming up in the world of weddings, looking for new ideas for your wedding, wanting to see what’s on trend and what we will all be seeing more of this year?
From woodland wedding themes to flower crowns and the use of social media, here’s ‘The Top 10 Wedding Trends For 2014’ to inspire you and your big day…
According to a report published in 2013 by LV= travel insurance, one in six married British couples tied the knot abroad in the past five years, which is an increase of almost 20% compared to a decade ago. That’s a whole lot of wanderlust weddings!
Many couples are seeking guaranteed sunshine (or snow), or a more unique wedding experience, others are lured by the temptation of a more cost effective big day, or the appeal of a less complicated and scaled down wedding.
If you’re looking for some inspiration for getting married abroad, take a look at these Destination Guides for the who, what, when, where and how to getting married in locations such as the island of Ibiza, New York City, Morocco or beautiful Bali!
Social media continues to play a key role in weddings. From planning and inspiration via the plentiful supply of pretty pictures on Pinterest, to creating personalised hashtags for guests to tag their Instagram and Twitter posts, social is here to stay for your big day.
Let guests who can’t make it to your nuptials aware of your wedding hashtag, they can then follow updates and share in the joy of the day as it happens.
Image: Rosie and Cozy via Etsy
DIY done right can add a unique, highly personalised and handmade feel to a wedding. Couples are continuing to add their own personal stamp to their day, so DIY detailing is definitely here to stay!
Glitzy Secrets ‘Twenties Heirloom Collection’
It couldn’t be better timing to introduce the new Glitzy Secrets ‘Twenties Heirloom Collection’ to you!
Not only were the talented team crowned as ‘Best Bridal Accessories Retailer’ at the ‘You & Your Wedding 2014 Bridal Retail Awards’ last week, but the sparkling new season creations from Glitzy Secrets tick all of the trend boxes when it comes to vintage styling.
If you’re a ‘Downtown Abbey’ fan, you might like to know that some of the latest Glitzy Secrets designs were worn by characters in the latest series, and if you’re enjoying the new episodes of ‘Mr Selfridge’, the beautifully bejewelled headpieces and hairbands, and the geometric Art Deco detail earrings and hairpins should also be right up your (Oxford!) Street.