I’m very much a multi-purpose kind of person; give me a product that I can use in more than one way and I’ll be pretty happy with my purchase. With lots of wardrobe clearing over the past year, my choices in outfits have become a lot more streamlined – to the point where I only had one wearable top to five bottoms, a small problem before a big haul sorted that!
Something I’ve been looking out for though is a nice, pretty dress that can suit all sorts of occasions and become a go-to staple in my wardrobe, so when George @ ASDA told me about their new spring campaign to style one dress three ways I was more than ready for the challenge. George has so many gorgeous dresses available at the moment to suit all styles and occasions, and this Blue Embellished number* was calling my name – I mean, it’s blue and sparkly, come to Mamma!
With dress and accessories in hand, there’s only one thing left to do – let’s get styling!
Look 1: Spring Wedding
It’s that time of year again, and with many of us heading to weddings this coming season, we want the perfect outfit to stay cool but look glamorous in. This George @ ASDA dress is perfect for the task thanks to the lovely embellishment, plus the shift shape makes it easy to tailor with a belt if you want that clinched waist effect. I’ve chosen to pair the dress with this Cute Shrug* which is great for any high-waisted outfit or to create shape in a dress, plus some gorgeous Snake Print Ballet Pumps* to keep my feet comfortable all day and night (need those feet for dancing!) This outfit is a classic look, very English Rose with an all blue edge and comfort to last, an essential for an all-day wedding!
Dress/Shrug/Shoes : c/o George @ ASDA | Belt: Debenhams (from another dress)
Look 2 – Night Out with the Girls
There’s nothing better than getting slammed up and heading out for a night with the girls, and what better way to shine than with a statement dress and heels! Jackets on a night out are a huge problem for me, but thanks to this Blue Leather Look Jacket* I can easily toughen up my dress (and at a bargain price too!) and add that bit of warmth to my shoulders. Slim strap heels are big in the fashion world at the moment thanks to their subtle and chic look, and these Blue Block Heels* are the perfect compliment to an eye-catching dress without being too distracting. With such a lot going on up top, it’s important to balance it out, so the slim heels and black clutch accessorise perfectly whilst your dress and jacket to the talking – now, get ready to go dancing!
Dress/Leather Look Jacket/Heels: c/o George @ ASDA | Clutch: Old
Look 3 – Day Out Shopping and Sightseeing
Just because you’re off out for a casual stroll, doesn’t mean you can’t dress up or put on a fancy frock – in fact, those are the best days! Blue and denim are a huge trend this season, so what better way to combine the two than throw on a denim shirt and my new fave dress. The two light pieces compliment each other perfectly, and add a cool layered edge that is perfect for strolling around cities and shops whilst feeling good. Of course, ballet pumps are a must for comfort and my Mulberry Dupe adds a pop of complimentary colour whilst storing all my essentials to take me round the town – lots of almonds and plasters because, gals got to be prepared!
Dress/Shoes: c/o George @ ASDA | Shirt: Topshop | Bag: Jane Shilton via TK Maxx
It’s fabulous to see supermarket brands upping their game in the fashion market, and the fact this blue dress is £15 is amazing, a compete bargain that can last for ages and be easy to style for parties, weddings, shopping and more. If you’re looking for affordable fashion that is multi-purpose in your wardrobe, then pop into your local ASDA store or online for some amazing bargains for the Spring/Summer season!
Are you a fan of multi-purpose fashion? Have you shopped at George @ ASDA before? Are you loving this bargain dress as much as I am?!
Lots of Love,
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