29 December 2015

Winter 2015 LookBook: Recycle Your Summer Dress With George At ASDA

Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
Winter fashion dresses, fashion bloggers, FashionFake
what i'm wearing: dress*, boots* & bag* all George at ASDA // hat Major Wear // watch* Jord

We often forget about our favourite dresses when Winter comes around, simply because not many people think about recycling their lightweight dresses - but there are many ways in which you can save money, look stylish AND get more wear out of your favourite frock.

George at ASDA have challenged me to pick a dress from one of their collections, and style it up for Winter. I love this lightweight, paisley print dress with a Victoriana style neckline - it has a flirty, skater style skirt which I love! However, the dress is pretty lightweight and will need either layering, or some cosy accessories to go with it for a Winter inspired look. You could layer it with a furry or shearling gillet but I have a feeling a lot of people will be doing that! So, I decided to warm up the two places where heat escapes - a hat to keep my head warm, and some cosy boots to keep my feet snug. Boots are an absolute must have in my wardrobe because they look awesome with dresses AND jeans (the two items I tend to wear the most), they keep your feet warm and cosy, and they're comfortable if the heel is sensible.

Because we've had a very mild Winter so far, I have been lucky enough to wear this gorgeous print dress without a coat or jacket, but once the frost hits I will be pairing this outfit with a shearling coat or a vintage look faux fur coat!
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