S Robins Styling
Now the Royal Wedding has been and gone we can start thinking about our outfits for the event season ahead. For anyone coming to my event on the 7th June we will be talking event wear, how to chose the right hat and shoes to go with your dress and how to make the decision on your outfit.
I have been looking at event dressing and what options there are out there. I like to be able to put anything into my capsule wardrobe but sometimes you just need a show stopping one off piece, I would however recommend hire so you aren't spending ££££ for it to never be worn again. I have looked at high street and designer.
These dresses need very little accessories, they all shout elegance. They are still not structured but have sophistication, these dresses are perfect for grand evening events. All these dresses can be worn for any occasion, I have categorised purely for a bit of variety.
Printed dresses are the thing to have in your wardrobe this season. If you don't like print these won't be for you but you can usually find something you end up loving if it is right. There is so much variety to chose from everyone seems to be able to find their perfect match.
These are pieces that can fit in your capsule, you can wear them casually as well as dressed up to look the part. Be careful when choosing hats to go with your print, if you aren't that tall try and chose a hat that is the same as the majority colour on the dress or the one nearest the neck if like the Rixo dress there is more than one print. This is a trick to help elongate you, wearing a different colour will give the appearance of being shorter than you are.
There are a huge amount of 2 pieces around this season, if you are like me and struggle with fitting dresses as your body is a different size on the top as it is on the bottom or just want a little more emphasis on your waist go for a 2 piece. Top/skirt, top/trousers look amazing together and super dressy and then separately also, dress up or down.
Click on the pictures for all links to these pieces.
For any further questions do not hesitate to get in contact with me. This is just a brief and examples of my favourite pieces, for advice on shape/colour and pattern fill in an inquiry form and I will get back to you as soon as possible