Ok. Confession: “princess” my dresses were never really my thing, so I was surprised by how drawn to this beautiful ombré shoulder wing maxi dress I was.
So I am living up the princess dreams I didn’t even know I had!
From the three I got, this was probably my “least” favourite and as such the one which surprised me the most.
As soon as I received it, I had to try it on and I knew immediately I’d shoot it because it is magical.
The blush and navy ombré reminds me of when the fairies in Sleeping Beauty are fighting over the colour of her dress – pink and blue. The glittery tulle with some added sparkly stars really looks like magic was cast over it.
The dress flows and shines beautifully. The apt princess neckline together with the drop sleeves just make it even more wonderful.
Goddiva dresses sizes start at an 8 and it’s a tad big for me on the chest and waist – nothing a belt and a strapless bra didn’t solve!
I also accessorised with my beloved Christian Louboutin pailette caresse all turned to silver. Id probably throw in a lips clutch in silver mirror to wear for an occasion.
I decided to shoot it at the stunning St Dunstan on the east former church with was bombed in the II world war abs is now a beautiful garden open to the public.
I highly recommend you pay a visit if in London, it’s a haven of tranquility and peace, on top of its beauty and history.
I am usually a fan of sequin dresses, a bit more skin tight, but this dreamy dress has definitely got my heart!
Only regret? I should’ve worn a tiara.
Goddiva has a great selection and I hear their new season dresses section is growing considerably for the party months, even if it is to party from your sitting room.
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