Blogger of the week Rosie shows off her Jackie dress in lime BEAUTIFULLY. Available also in pink!
Visit rosies blog and red more about her love for fashion here : http://www.rosie-glow.co.uk/
What do you like most about this dress?
I love everything about this dress! The fab neon colour and the super-flattering shape make it a summer staple for me!
What is your fashion tip to readers for this season?
mix it up! There’s so many fab trends to try out this season, from 90s to monochrome! My advice is to try a bit of each, like me mixing neons and pastel colours in this outfit!
How did you become a blogger?
I got into blogging at Uni because I loved fashion and wanted to try it out on the side of my degree. Now it’s helped me land my dream job in social media!
Its that time again and this weeks TOP blogger is Claudia. Looking stunning in this beautiful floral liberty print Dress
We asked Claudia a few questions….
What do you love about this dress?
I am absolutely loving this dress! It’s white which is the colour of the season and which will look especially great in the summer against tanned skin. The splashes of colour from the floral pattern are gorgeous and reminiscent of Prada S/S 2013. Loving how versatile it is – I can dress it up or down – and it has a very feminine shape which is great as I am so girly. Plus, I think the bow detail at the back of the dress is just adorable!
What is your top styling tip for SS13?
Colourful floral and digital prints are always fun in spring and summer but I love that monochrome aesthetic is back and I am loving one-colour ensembles with pops of silver or python for this season!
How did you get into blogging?
A friend introduced me to Tumblr in 2010 and I started using my blog as a pinboard of inspirations where I shared images of fashion, art and anything else I liked. I decided to start my personal style blog on Blogspot last March and I am so glad I did – I love showcasing my own outfits and meeting other bloggers, attending blogger events and networking with a lot of interesting people. It’s a wonderful community and, as I am studying Fashion Styling and working as a stylist, my blog is my biggest portfolio.
You can read more of Claudias blog here: http://pink-manolos.blogspot.co.uk
Our Spitalfields boutique is now fully stocked with our SS13 collection, why don’t you come down and take a look! From brights to pastels and sophisticated prom styles we have something to suit everyone in store, take a look at the photos below…
Our boutique is located in the heart of Spitalfields market and the address is: jones + jones, 59 Brushfield Street, E1 6AA. Don’t forget to have your photo taken in store in your favourite dress so that we can then add it to our Facebook album
With love, jones + jones x
Meet our blogger of the week Malfalda
Looking beautiful in the black lace vicky dress.
Shop the dress here : www.jonesandjonesfashion.com
Jones + jones Tamara Sequin Dress
Visit her blog here: http://candyflosscurlscupcakesandcouture.blogspot.co.uk
This dress is the perfect LBD investment! The sequins and net-trimmed petticoat make this dress really stand out in a crowd and is a definite head-turner! I also love the shape of this dress as it’s flattering for the majority (if not all body) shapes/sizes. It also features a pretty Peter Pan collar embellished with sequins which adds that extra sparkle, and saves you from splashing out on jewellery to fill in any space between the neckline of your dress.
What is your top styling tip for the AW season
Layering – I love layering in AW as not only is it warm but chic too! My favourite colour in AW has to be ‘oxblood’ – there’s something warm and rich about this colour!
How did you get into fashion blogging?
I was inspired by the pages of ELLE UK…I’ve always loved writing and anything fashion/beauty related so I wanted to find a way I could channel by creativity and share it with others who have the same interests. That’s when (2 years ago) I discovered blogging and so many other girls who were sharing their chic style and inspiring blogs on the internet. It was like reading fashion magazines online, with pretty layouts, interesting content and incredible senses of style – the difference? All of these girls were ‘real people’, who either studied or had full-time jobs, but yet all shared the same passion for fashion.
2 years later and I’ve a lovely following of readers/supporters and I’ve had so many amazing opportunities. Blogging is one of the best things that has ever happened to me!
With Love J+J X