First up is this beautiful maxi dress from Asos, imaginatively called Maxi Dress in Floral Print with V Neck.
|Floral Maxi Dress - Asos|
I wasn't sure about this dress when I first saw it, I thought it smacked a bit of grandma's curtains, but maybe home furnishings are growing on me because I now love it. The fit looks flattering and I like the V neck with the split, it saves the print from being overkill. £60 isn't too bad really for a full length dress, but still, I've only pennies at the moment so this will remain a dream.
By the by, there are lots of lovely maxi dresses on Asos at the moment, very dangerous viewing.
Yael & Tal is a jewellery company I discovered on Boticca, another great site. They have delicate silver jewellery depicting people and scenes. I have fallen in love with this Reading necklace.
|Reading Silver Necklace - Yael & Tal - Boticca|
I's captured a perfect moment, plus the detail is fantastic. £52, hmmm, maybe one to add to the Christmas list.
Another dress, this time from Queen of Holloway.
|1940s Green Wiggle Dress - Queen of Holloway|
This site has a lot of handmade, vintage-style dresses. Most of them are a bit too pouffy for me, being more of the 50s era, but this wiggle dress is the complete opposite. Sexy yet full of class, at only £39.99 this is actually very reasonably priced and I am seriously considering splurging.
Finally, one for the home.
|Vanity - Laura Spector Rustic Design|
This is just amazing, it looks like it's grown straight from a tree. It's got fairy-tale style without being cutesy, I can imagine Arwin sitting at a dressing table like this. It's simply called Vanity, probably quite fitting, and is designed by Laura Spector. I think it's a one off piece so even if I had the money I wouldn't be able to get this exact one, but something similar. There is no price on the site, which is always a bad sign, I can only imagine what this beauty costs.
That's it for me, I hope these pieces have made your mouths water.
Have a happy Friday.