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Edita wears | All About The Evening Dress

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Dress: Biba (c/o House of Fraser), Jacket: Vero Milano, Bag: Chanel
Images: Dee Ulusoy

Evening wear can be tricky AF: So tight you can hardly move, so long you can trip and fall or so loose that one false move and you are completely exposed. This is where the double sided tape comes in, followed closely by the the stick-on bras, the spandex, extra pads and slimming mattifying tights. All of these sound like you are actually mummifying your own body. Ugh, not nice. Imagine remembering to do all of the above before actually putting that damn dress on? You’d be excused if you just decide to stick to your PJs, a warm duvet, a pizza delivery and a quiet night in.

This is precisely why this dress was such a godsend. I had to do virtually nothing. I put on make up, lazily curled my hair and slipped this dress on. That’s all there was to my very Veronica Lake look. I officially christen this dress to be my sloth-to-siren frock. If you find a dress that makes you feel wonderful without any sticky tape or chicken fillets, make sure it ends up in your wardrobe. The event that requires it to be worn will naturally follow, promise.

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63 Responses

  1. I love the fabric texture, too. And yes, perfect frock to live rather than survive through a party. I can see, the queen liked it, too. 🙂

  2. You look so gorgeous, that dress is amazing! Luckily I’ve never had a dress as fussy as you described, but any time I wear something strapless I get so paranoid about it slipping down lol. x

  3. This is such an unbelievably beautiful dress – both the way the material falls and the deep burgundy colour are beautiful; this series of images seems to tell such a story!

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

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