You know when you find yourself literally spending hours browsing a website? Well that's what I've been doing ever since I was introduced to Dress Spy. This fantastic fashion website is the perfect place to keep up to date with all of the latest fashion trends and have a go at creating your own moodboards!
One of the many great things about Dress Spy is it's community spirit. Once you have created your moodboards in the 'What Can I Wear' section, you can share them with your friends, comment on other looks and vote for your favourites. If you are lucky your looks may be rated by the fashion buyers, experts and bloggers browsing the site too! You will also have the chance to receive discount codes from brands like Mango and Miss Selfridge as well as enter your looks into monthly competitions to win fantastic prizes.
Dress Spy is also an awesome place to find inspiration for your own outfits. For example if you are looking for an outfit for a wedding, you could type in 'wedding guest' into the 'What Can I Wear' search box and it will bring up a selection of relevant moodboards created by both users and experts. Here are a few moodboards I have created so far...
1. Oh so retro!
This is probably my favourite out of all the looks I created on the Dress Spy website. I am a sucker for a cute sixties shift dress, especially with a peter pan collar. I thought I would include a pair of retro-inspired white heels for a dressed up look and a cute pair of brogues for day wear. Style this outfit with a beehive hair-do, a slick of red lipstick and you are good to go!
2. Festival Fashion
If you are heading to a music festival this summer, then I should imagine you will be packing denim shorts and cute vest tops in your rucksack right? I absolutely love the aztec print vest top featured in my mood board. The fringed shoulder bag also stood out as a winner. The sandals are super gorgeous, though if you are attending a festival in Britain you may need to swap these for a pair of wellies. I added the face wipes as a little extra as it's very unlikely that you are going to take your expensive hot cloth cleanser to a muddy field! They are definitely a festival-goers best friend for removing makeup and freshening up.
3. Wedding Guest
Although I have never attended a wedding myself, this is the sort of outfit that I would wear! I think the blue dress is so, so beautiful and definitely what my friends would call a 'Megan Dress.' For wedding guest attire, I think the 'less is more' rule applies. That is why I would simply team the dress with a pair of nude heels and a matching clutch bag. I think the headband is a great alternative to wearing a hat or fascinator, especially for younger girls. In terms of makeup, I'm thinking neutral eye shadow and peachy cheeks. I would finish the look off with a pair of naturalites falsies from Eylure to thicken my already fairly long eyelashes.
What do you think of my looks? If you fancy trying Dress Spy for yourself sign up for free at www.dressspy.com - I'll see you there!