Trending: The Velvet Dress


Fit & Flare Velvet Dress, Marks & Spencer; Rollneck, Zara; Maggie Boots, Topshop

The fabric of the festive season, velvet made a huge impact on the AW16 catwalks. No longer restricted to dark, but rich, romantic shades bright hues were a huge talking point. Vibrant shades of velvet were used in everything from boots to bags.

Those of you who've been reading my blog for a little while now will know of my absolute love for all things velvet, including the most amazing Asos top which combines plush pink velvet with ruffles and frills - absolute heaven. 

With Valentino’s dreamy dress becoming a huge inspiration for the high street with everywhere from Urban Outfitters to trusty old M&S created affordable, yet luxe options of their original velvet style. 

Suitable for both day and night a classic velvet dress gives you endless styling options. Reference the Valentino show styling by wearing your velvet dress over a rollneck for the office, removing the knit for night time. 

Shop my favourite new-in styles below...
Clockwise from top left: Plisse Wrap Dress, £38, Topshop; Gold Velvet Midi-Dress, £59, Sparkle & Fade; Low Back Skater Dress, £32, Topshop; Crushed Velvet Bardot Dress, £35, River Island; Anneka Velvet Dress, £79.95, Joules; Velvet Mini Pini, £40, Topshop; Amelie Velvet Dress, £129, Boden; Cutie Pie Velvet Dress, £42, Asos

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