Fever London is a brand that I somehow stumbled upon when trawling the same old clothing websites. I'd heard the brand name passed around a select few times and now realise what a doofus I was to not check them out sooner. Being of a particular age, I am acutely aware that my look must be classy. I have done the stints of flashing the flesh (when I was younger and skinnier) and I have done the rounds of wearing something a little 'different' but now I like to think I channel classic and classy (no belly buttons in sight here) and Fever London seem to do just this. Inspired by vintage prints and feminine silhouettes they get both a tick and tick from me and my body shape. Often afraid of rooting through vintage stores (I often cant fit into the sizes - I have a weird body shape), Fever London offer me the best of both worlds with old style designs in a new format - what's not to love!? Here are my top Fever London dress picks:
I love the difference in textures in this dress! Sometimes a black dress is all you need but they sometimes do have a habit of being a bit dull. The difference in textures with the embroidered mesh over layer on the skirt makes for a nice eye-catching change. The best thing with this dress is the versatility - either go full on vintage with some blood red heels, nails and lip, or update is with some neon shoes.
My jaw done a little drop when I saw this - look at the back of this dress. Such a simple idea, again done in classic black, but with the addition of a belt the back of dress takes centre stage! I'm not normally one to go full-length but this dress calls for it! I love it! Team only with some metallic shoe and simple jewellery. The dress talks for itself.
This 1940's / 1950's inspired dress is just perfect for the holiday season. The metallic fabric is eye-catching, the colour is so different. The dress lets your legs do the talking and you can really go to town with your shoes and jewellery on this one. this one instantly caught my eye and said 'party' I love the fun feel of this dress!
In my humble opinion, you can never ever go wrong with a tea dress / shirt dress. Built for every figure known to man, this dress is a great versatile and dare I say it, wardrobe staple - it's a must. For both dressier occasions and working days, I love this classy navy blue choice with a dotty mesh overlay. I want this dress BAD!
If you're like me and a little afraid of wearing sequins then this is a great party dress. Trimmed with sequins and really rather cheeky slit up the leg this shift dress shows just the right amount of leg and sequin. I love this blue colour - not a colour I would normally go for, but this is a good staple party piece.
Have you shopped Fever London before?