Thankfully I managed to take these photos before hurricane season started, what is up with this weather!? The last of the summer dresses include three beautiful dresses, from three different brands. The most surprising one is this M&CO Maxi that I really didn’t love the look of in person compared to the photos online, but it turns out, it’s just one of those that photograph really well as I love me in it!
It’s such a comfortable and lightweight maxi, this is going to become a new favourite for popping out for nails and doctors appointments during the winter (forever a maxi dress in winter kinda girl). It’s unfortunately not in stock anymore despite being on the website for months before that, but I’d definitely keep an eye out from M&CO’s own range in the future!
The second dress is from a new brand that I’ve only just discovered, Curve Wow, they stock lots of different brands including one of my favourites, Chi Chi London. They stock right up to a 32 which is amazing for a smaller brand, especially considering some of the big brands still don’t! I love their maxi dress collection and I love them even more now I’ve got to try one out! I asked for this Anchor Print maxi in a 22 and it’s a really perfect, comfortable fit. I’m shocked by the quality and comfort to be honest. These kind of maxis are ones that I could actually live in. Plus at £16 it’s a steal. Winter is always a great time to holiday shop for the next Summer!
Finally one of the prettiest brands, Vivien of Holloway. It took me months to actually try this dress on because my depression and chronic pain have been so bad. These are corsetted dresses that are seriously tight and now my body is changing more because of the pain, I can’t actually put a dress like this on myself and that’s a seriously hard thing to come to terms with. Unfortunately I’ve literally outgrown this brand now which is why the dress doesn’t look as tight around my waist, it’s not fastened. It’s a real shame as these styles are stunning and I’ve loved wearing them in the past (check out these reviews) so if you’re a size 22 or smaller, you definitely need to check them out! This 1950s Halterneck Purple Polkadot Dress is £89 and it’s worth every penny. These dresses are made to wow and made to last! My leopard print one served me so well. I like to tuck the halterneck into the dress as it’s so tight it stays up anyway.
Do you still rock summer dresses during the cold, winter months?