Anyway onto the project, I chose Marks and Spencer's Limited Edition Checked Shift Dress because i noticed it was an investment piece that could be layered with jumpers, cardigans and worn over collared tee's in the winter months and worn alone during the warmer months.
"Prim" | Coat* . Warehouse | Dress* . M&S | Turtleneck . H&M | Bag . Kelsi Dagger | Loafers . New Look.
Partywear" . Dress (Same as above) | Jacket . F21 | Tights* . M&S | Lipstick (Cheeky Cherry - Dupe for Mac's 'So Chaud')* . M&S | Heels . New Look
Luckily for me, I have a few Christmas parties lined up and a wedding to attend, so you'll be seeing this dress soon, most probably with berry coloured tights and a lace collared shirt! So, what do you think? Have I managed to pull off the Prim to Partywear look? It's not often I get to dress up and feel like a lady, and it was interesting trying to create two very different looks using just one dress, so this was so much fun to do!
Everyone knows M&S do incredible food but they do also have loads of partywear pieces and dresses in at the moment which are affordable and pretty darn stylish!
Hope you've all been having a fab week! I've finally finished for Christmas so i'm looking forward to catching up on some much needed rest and blogging!