Thursday, 16 February 2017

Dressing up with JD Williams

I am a bit predictable when it comes to clothing. I like black it is my comfort colour and every day for work, I will usually wear black trousers or a skirt with a black top and coloured cardigan or a colourful top and a black cardigan and my shoes are always black - see the theme?  Out of work, pretty similar when it comes to clothing, though at home I am always in lounge pants or leggings. I am a creature of habit.

So, when I was given the opportunity to choose a dress and some shoes/boots from JD Williams, I had decided that black could be a feature but not the entirety of my choices. So I started looking through the site making a shortlist of the dresses I really liked and I managed to get down to a list of three:
Dressing up with JD Williams

My final choice being the dress in the middle from Scarlett & Jo, it is called leaf floral tea dress which has a really beautiful all-over leaf print which I feel I can wear to the office or dress up for a night out. It falls just below the knee on me and with the short sleeves and rounded neck, it is perfect to be worn with or without a cardigan. The elasticated waist is really flattering and it is perfect to be styled with tights and boots or heels for a chic look. With that in mind, I also chose the following:
Dressing up with JD Williams

I have flat feet so high heels are a huge no-no for me, but these shoes are the perfect height and because I need wide fitting these heavenly soles shoes comes in an extra wide eee fit. They have been made using a combination of materials for the front and back parts of the shoe and they have what is referred to as the 'Ultimate Comfort 3 layer padding' to provide comfort all day thanks to the memory foam insert and latex foam under the foot. Priced at £30 they are an absolute bargain.

The sole diva buckle high leg boots also come in different sizes, particularly with the calves in mind, for the comfort fit. The boots have a side zip and feature a double buckle strap which adds a bit of character to these boots. The heel is almost flat and with a gold trim running around the sole of the boot, they are so comfortable and can be styled with so many outfits I might possibly live in them for the next few months.

And here they are:
Dressing up with JD Williams
What do you think to my choices?



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11 comments:

  1. The floral dress, how nice, it looks comfortable and lightweight, be one that you can wear throughout the year x

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  2. I need to add more wearable dresses to my wardrobe as most of mine are super dressy. I love the boots x

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  3. I love the floral dress. I very rarely wear dresses as I'm a leggings person but I like a nice flowy dress in the summer.

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  4. They are really lovely! Personally I don't buy from S&J for ethical reasons, so I'd have opted for the dress on the right.

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  5. Those colours are gorgeous, I'm not one for peachy tones and I'm olive coloured but they look so good on others and with your light hair I bet you look amazing in this! <3

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  6. I would have chosen the floral dress in the middle as well so I adore your selection and I think the heavenly sole shoes are so cute !

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  7. The dress was my favourite choice too - it looks lovely. I think it will look great with both the shoes and boots too. Kaz :)

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  8. I would have totally picked that floral dress too. Great picks, I love them all. Definitely something I would wear!

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  9. I love your choices. I'd have picked the floral dress too it's gorgeous! It looks like something you could wear Day and night too

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  10. I love the second dress, I could totally see myself wearing that!

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  11. That dress is so pretty! Never heard of this site before so thanks for sharing :) xo

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