One of my biggest distractions when trying to get shiz done in the evening (because we all hit that wall at some point) is online shopping; browsing sales, shoes and ‘does this dress come in blue?’, I seemingly decide now is the optimum time to start adding to my capsule wardrobe – not that I need anything, but hey, you may just find something pretty special…
Lyst has become a new obsession, keeping me occupied both on my computer and phone when I actually want to venture from the office but still get lost in all the high-street and luxury sales after dinner. I’ve been looking for more summer dresses recently as my back has cleared up loads, and after being a trouser/shorts girl for so long I feel the need to switch it up more, but feel overwhelmed of where to start looking.
Thankfully the website is easy to navigate, and a simple click of Dresses > Blue leaves me with a huge wishlist of wardrobe additions; seemingly I’ve fallen for Free People and this Gianna Lace Dress is just sensational, and I’m also eyeing up this Floral Mesh Dress in Peacock and Vapour Blue – too beaut! Something I love about Lyst is the fact you can find undiscovered products from your fave brands – for example, I found loads of & Other Stories dresses (including this simple drawstring dress and porcelain print dress) and even new brands too, especially this Blue Silk Bomber which I 100% need in my life right now; Lyst you little enabler you 😉
I really love the easy options of shopping on Lyst itself and being directed to brand-own sales, plus by using the app you can be alerted of when your favourite store or item has a few pounds knocked off it, which is always the kind of notification you want to get – aside from ‘here’s 90 likes on your photo of breakfast, score!
Are you a shopping at your fingertips lover? Have you tried Lyst? What’s been your latest deal?
Lots of Love,
This post is in collaboration with Lyst, but all love of blue and sales my own!
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