So here’s the deal – you’re bone tired, your feet hurt and you’ve been dragging too many bags around town for too long. So you get home grouchy and you have an argument. OR – you invite the girls over for an evening of vino and laughs and do some shopping for womens clothes online UK while you’re at it!You’ll know by now I’m a huge fan of the indoor shopping trip, specially when it’s raining and doubly specially when the choice goes up and the prices go down. I heard on the radio only yesterday that the majority of high street retailers are knocking their prices down to entice us after the miserable summer we’ve been having – and that means bargains galore on the new season’s dresses!
The trends are as you’d expect at this time of year – two in one dresses rocking that Mad Men look; skater dresses ranging from polka dot cool to ruffle details and more two in one top and bottoms; and party dresses with lots of flavour for the long end of summer evenings.
If you have proms to go to, now is the time to be thinking about womens clothes online UK too – there are plenty of gasp-inducing specials out there that’ll make you feel like you just stepped out of a Hollywood limo onto miles and miles of genuine red carpet!
Obviously the dress you choose is determined by what you want it for – where you’re going and why. It’s also dictated by the shape of your body, your leg length, your height and which bits of you stick out more than the rest!
For instance: I’m not tall, even by girlie standards – so I tend to go with A line dresses and floaty chiffon, usually just above the knee for me because a maxi dress accentuates my height (or lack thereof). A scallop in the dress works well for me as I have a just below average size bust too. Whereas a friend of mine, one of my bridesmaids in fact, is quite the opposite – generously proportioned where it counts – and she doesn’t look right in scallops, which fall too straight from her bosom area downwards.
The key to all womens clothes online UK is finding the right shape for your own shape, the right cut for your height and the right colour and detailing for your personality. Again on a personal level I like champagne and taupe colours, nice and light to go with my height. By wearing something close to skin colour it is difficult to tell at a glance where the dress ends and I start. While if I wear something brighter the colour makes a definite demarcation between the hem and my legs, and makes me look shorter than I do when I wear neutral tones.
So it’s high heels and strapless chiffon for me this year. For you – well that depends! If you’re lucky enough to have the long legs I don’t, you could make a bold statement with some neon prints. For the taller girl, the 80s are back!