Friday, 30 April 2010

Fashion Fix Friday

Pixie Lott's Fashion Line with Lipsy is launched

Pop Fairy, Pixie Lott has finally launched her range of fashion wear with high street chain Lipsy. I recently did a review of a sneak peak of the line and was left a little meh.... but I'm actually quite impressed by the line and I have picked a few of my favourite pieces.

The collection has two themes, Pixie Party and Pixie Festival. Here are some of the pieces I love!!!

Oversized Animal Print strapless dress - £55

I love this dress, it has a bodice that synches you in at the waist and has crossover material that flatters the skirt part of it. This is definitely a more flattering shape for bigger busted ladies, but beware of the skirt - get those granny pants out if you fear muffin tops. The animal print is always popular and if you aren't careful you can look a little Pat Butcher, but the oversize print is a new twist on the small spots and gives it an edge.

Cobweb back maxi dress - £60

I am a big fan of the maxi dress, it can hide a multitude of sins! This maxi dress is great because you can easily dress it up and down. The steel grey will look great with a range of black, silver and gold jewellery and the cobweb style back gives it a sexy edge. Perfect with a denim jacket for day time, or on it's own for the night time.

Stripe Floral Border Dress - £48

This is a perfect cotton summer dress for a BBQ or stroll in the sunshine, it has a button detail on the front, adjustable straps and an elasticated back for comfort. The blue and white stripes give it a 'Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz' type feel while the floral border print packs a trendy punch. At one of the cheaper items of the line, this is probably worth an investment.

The rest of the clothing from the range can be seen by clicking on the Lipsy website link.

All in all I am pretty impressed with the Pixie Lott range, more so with the festival range with floaty and feminine dresses and then frindged wasitcoats and hot pants for that alternative summer look. What does disappoint me are the prices, the party range dresses are all £55-£65 and that does seem a tad expensive for evening wear that won't see the light of day more than once or twice a year.

Happy browsing,

Love, SGS xoxo

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