WIN A piece from the new VERY collection
The lovely folk at Very have offered one lucky reader of my blog a piece from the new spring/summer range. All you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling which of the styles below you want. A winner will be picked at random. *UK and Ireland entries only please. Giveaway closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 5 February.
You can also Tweet your entry to @The_Style_PA, make sure to include #thestylepagiveaway
Here are the items you can choose from (dependent on size availability)
- Love Label Peplum skirt
- Diana Vickers Giraffe print tunic dress
- Love Label one shoulder dress
- Love Label colour block wedges
- Vintage leather snakeskin print bag
I've included a few more of my picks below, and most of the pieces are already available on Very.co.uk if you see something that catches your eye...
The fabric pictured above was one of my favourites because it really did look and feel very vintage - the style was a short, boxy shift dress with pretty buttons on the back.
I love this red and cream lace dress from fearne Cotton's range. It isn't particularly original (the last couple of seasons we've seen a lot of this red lace, like the skater styles by Erdem) however, the short, shift-dress shape is fresh and very covetable.
The colourful splodge print on this dress stood out for me too and it's also from Fearne's collection. A great one for an informal wedding or summer party.
This jumpsuit is from the slightly higher-priced, more premium collection at Very. The beading and sequin detailing really reminded me of All Saints. Not sure I could pull it off myself though, too much in the way of hips and a curvy bottom for the jumpsuit.
Diana Vickers's collection takes on a totally '70s feel for spring/summer and the stand-out piece was this red, turned-up cuff dress. I like this style of dress with a slightly stiffer fabric as is gives a bit more coverage to curves.
Reena of Fashion Daydreams spotted this beauty of a dress featuring shimmering embellishment to a soft, pink chiffon. Perfect for special evenings out this summer.
Finally, I'm not sure if I would actually wear this one, but I love orange this season. I saw it teamed with navy at Victoria Beckham and with neutrals at various other catwalk shows, so it can be easy to wear. I'd wear this dress with nude shoes and clutch bag or clashed with hot pink.