• We all know that finding the perfect dress to wear during the glitziest time of the year can be one heck of a struggle. Who really wants to splash out on something that will only resurface from your wardrobe when Christmas 2017 comes around?

    With a huge range of brands with options to suit everyone, where are the best places to really go and where can you find something perfect at such last-minute? A firm favourite of mine to achieve the level of grandeur that every girl should have at Christmas through to NYE is Needle & Thread. I fell completely and utterly head over heels with this brand the moment I saw the beautiful Tanya Burr strutting her stuff in an all black embellished ensemble by the brand at the WGSN Awards on Park Lane in 2015. My love affair began that very moment…

    So as we’re on the topic of shining bright like a diamond, there is no brand I would rather concentrate on than these guys. Yes I have rather shamelessly focused on them for this particular article but who can resist such beautifully made sartorial splendours which fit like a glove and ooze the ultimate glamour? This brand seriously should come with a warning before you hit the stark realisation that your bank account is at zero and you’re wearing couture-like dresses to the supermarket for the next six months…

    Take a look at a few of the pre-spring 2017 pieces below! It’s going to be a struggle but try your best not to blow your last-minute Christmas shopping budget on all of these gorgeous beyond belief dresses which if you haven’t seen already, have been available online since November this year!

    Put these fancy frocks straight into your shopping basket…

    Get your inner goddess on girls and banish those party wear woes! Have an incredible time shopping this out of this world brand and be the belle of the ball…even if that is at the supermarket!

    Jess x


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