05 January 2016
Ah jumper dresses seems to my my thing for the autumn winter. I had never thought about wearing one until I had saw the "one" on Missguided. Then ended up purchasing that and another two. Jumper dresses are something that I would just throw on without any effort yet look great.
Rather than having a jumper that is a simple one, I tend to go for that is different. Different cuts, different materials etc like the ones below.
This one is from Missguided. This has a boat neckline with is great for that off the shoulder look which I love. Here's some advice: don't wear any off the shoulder tops it whilst cooking (from experience). I ended up burning the exposed shoulder whilst cooking a lovely roast pork. It'll be a nice little addition to my scar collection... With an exposed shoulder and a loose fit, it gives it more of a relaxed, comfortable approach.
This one is from Romwe. This is more of a fitted dress without hugging the body tightly. It's still great to wear casually during the day or even a dinner night, chilling etc. With the low v neck, you can wear any bra or bralette or even go braless if you like. I love to pair this up with the Ann Summer's Ayra bra.
And last but not least, this beauty is from Never Fully Dressed. Unfortunately this isn't available anymore and it was hard getting my hands on it as it was sold out quick whenever they had restocked it. I fell in love with the asymmetric mesh hem. A dress having two different textures is always a win for me. Unlike the other two, this isn't knitted. I can pair this up with ankle boots or even heels. It's quite versatile. I would say this is my favourite out of the three. I do need more jumper dresses.
Do you own any jumper dresses?
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