Can I just start off this post by drawing your attention to that little rainbow flare in the corner of the first photo, such a happy little accident that I'm so pleased with, makes these shots feel all magical hehe. A while ago, Sistaglam got in contact with me to style some of their pieces and so I've created three looks in total, this being the first one. Sistaglam specialise more in party dresses and nightwear but if the thought of bodycon dresses, sequins and clubbing doesn't appeal to you as much like it doesn't to me, you'd be surprised as to how their range is actually able to cater to many different styles. The vintage vixen in me fell head over heels in love with this full sateen midi skirt. Back when it was slightly warmer, I paired it with this structured white bardot top but I can already envision how perfect it will look with a sleek black turtleneck this season too.
My love for all things bardot has no foreseeable end on the horizon and for my second look with Sistaglam, I chose their gorgeous Adiya dress from their Jessica Wright range. I'm not usually the most confident in bodycon styles but this particular dress is made from a thick scuba material that I appreciate as it skims over all my lumps and bumps and is just super flattering in general. I love the whole winter floral print and colour scheme too and even attempted a bit of subtle print clashing with these polka-dot heels.
For my final look with Sistaglam, I went for a completely different vibe from the previous two. This dress is much more casual (though it can definitely be dressed up) and the print and flared sleeves give it that bohemian feel that would be perfect for festivals next year. And of course you all know how much I love an adjustable tie waist yuuussss.