Summer Dreams - Fashion Fun with WearAll

I love discovering new brands to fall in love with, especially when they come with purse friendly price tags. And WearAll is just that - a trend led brand which offers fashionable and affordable styles up to a UK size 26. I decided to put them through the test with an order of four different dresses, and was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved how they looked on. It was a great chance to try and style myself a little differently than the usual, and you can see all four looks below.

Emily Sleeveless V-Neck Dip Hem Baggy Dress - £24

The Emily Sleeveless V-Neck Dip Hem Baggy Dress (£24) helped me to pull together the grungy summer outfit of my dreams. With all four dresses I sized up by one, and found that this soft, sleeveless design was perfect for those hot days with little breeze. The back finishes with a long dipped hem, and I teamed the dress with some simple shorts and boots to toughen it up. This is the perfect off duty look, whether shooting in the studio, running off to a gig or simply doing some shopping. It was probably the one which surprised me the most too, and I absolutely loved it.

Erin Bell Sleeve Plain Oversized Pocket Dress (£24)
Next up is the Erin Bell Sleeve Plain Oversized Pocket Dress (£24) which I nabbed in a beautiful sunshine yellow shade. I was drawn in by the cute frill sleeves, and you all know I'm a sucker for a dress with pockets. It was the most clingy of the four designs, mostly due to the way the hem line gathered it but there's nothing wrong with rocking a bit of vbo. To keep it simple, I paired it with some cute wide fit slip ons for an easy summer outfit.

Irene Long Sleeve Cold Shoulder Frill Trim Dress - £25

I've grudgingly come to accept that the cold shoulder trend is here to stay, but it wasn't until I slid into this Irene Long Sleeve Cold Shoulder Frill Trim Dress (£25) that I understood why - I loved the sleeves and how the slinky dress fitted the curves of my body. It's the little ruffle details along the cut outs which really makes the dress feel special, and whilst it's made from a soft, stretchy fabric, the right shoes make it smart enough for a night out. On this occasion, I teamed the dress with a simple pair of blush court shoes to keep it understated. This is the sort of outfit I'd never normally think to wear, and it surprised me just how good I felt wearing it.

Andrea Short Sleeve Choker V-Neck Mini Dress - £15

I think in many ways, this Andrea Short Sleeve Choker V-Neck Mini Dress (£15) might have just ended up my favourite of the four. It feels like you're wearing a simple t-shirt dress, but the choker and cut of the dress made it look so cool. And that's no mean feat since I'm pretty much the least coolest person ever! It ticks that 90s trend box so well, and I'm pretty sure teen me would high-five adult me for doing my best to rock it up with the boots.

Sometimes it's so nice to step away from your usual routine and try something different - doing this really reminded me of why I love fashion so much. It really has the ability to turn you into the person you want to be in that moment. Don't forget to tell me which look is your favourite in the comments below.

Until next time,

Diana x ❤ x

*Items sent for review, but all words, opinions and photos are my own.
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  1. Some really fab pieces Diana and you look gorgeous in all of them. I can't bring myself to embrace the cold shoulder just yet but I particularly love the Erin Bell Sleeve Plain Oversized Pocket Dress. Would love to add it my wardrobe xoxo

    1. Haha, I must admit, it's taken me a long while to come around! ;) I really love the Erin dress too - seems like my summer staple look is chubby bumble bee! ;) xx


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