ANGELEYE are a brand that have been making women look chic all over the world since 2008. It was born out of Camden Market and has grown to be a brand stocked in Next, Debenhams and ASOS.
I can’t believe I am only just discovering it.
They have a wide range of styles for every occasion. You could go glam with embellished dresses, casual in jumpsuits, or work smart in blouses & trousers.
I’m excited to be working with them to style up some pieces from their new Spring/Summer collections.
Although I loved them, I didn’t have an idea of how to accessorise them. But when they arrived I knew instantly. I also knew the vibe of the photographs that I wanted to put in to this post.
You’ll see that both of these items give off vintage vibes and I love that. It helped me so much with the shoes & accessories I chose to put with them.
I’m a lover of 50’s and 70’s fashion. The 50’s scream femininity to me. Plenty of cinched in waists, midi lengths, and cute details. The 70’s is all about fun, flares, and high energy.
Doesn’t this dress and jumpsuit just instantly scream these decades. Let me know what you think about how I styled these up.
Polka Dots For Spring
I have wanted a cute polka dot dress for ages now. Whenever I see them I think of either Minnie Mouse or Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. Iconic right?
This dress is super comfortable, the fabric flows lovely when it is on. The waistband is elasticated, it makes the perfect fit as it cinches in your waist, plus it’s super easy to get on and off.
A little detail that I loved on the dress is that inside the V shaped neckline there is a little popper button holding the V in to shape. I always feel a little self conscious wearing lower cut tops, in case they do open up a little more. No worry of that here though.
The bow details on the sleeves add a real girly touch to the dress. Another detail that I loved. I certainly felt very feminine wearing this, even though I styled it with battered old converse.
My sister said I reminded her of Audrey Hepburn in this? What do you think? She is an icon of mine, and certainly one of the biggest stars of the 50’s.
That 70’s Style
I remember when I got my first jumpsuit & I instantly fell in love with them. They’re the easiest things to wear, I’ve said this before. They jazz up any outfit, and look chic straight away.
Many people are scared of the jumpsuit look, but I say go for it. You’ll not regret it.
This will be a staple in my wardrobe for years. As soon as I put it on I wanted to go out dancing. I knew right away that my block heeled yellow shoes would match this perfectly.
I felt like I was channelling Farrah Fawcett, whilst prancing about the streets of Port Sunlight, minus the epic hair.
I was however fully imagining myself strutting my stuff round Las Vegas in this in just a few weeks, and I can’t wait. Party outfit is sorted. What do you guys think?
A classic polka dot dress, and a party jumpsuit are items you’ll always need in your wardrobe.
These are both so versatile and can be dressed up or down. They can be layered with jumpers & jackets. And will be perfect for spring days out & summer parties.
I’m sure you’ll spot me out and about in these a lot over the next few months.
I’d love to know how you’d style up these ANGELEYE pieces, or if you have your eye on any other items from their collection. As always, let me know.
*This is a Gifted Collaboration with ANGELEYE. I selected the items. All views and images are honest and my own.