Most Influencing Jessica Wright Dresses

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Back in 2012, Jessica Wright launched her collection of beautiful, bold lace dresses and ever since she has been adding to the line and creating more influencing dresses. In case you’ve never heard of who Jess Wright is, she’s a model, reality TV personality and an entrepreneur who is most well known for her part in ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ in which she has appeared in since 2010. The model is now 32 and living in Tower Hamlets, London which could explain why her collection has become so big in the fashion industry. Initially, she had the idea to start her collection and her line of dresses because she had a passion to create, especially something that she loved – dresses. Jessica Wright dresses are known for being not only beautiful but bold in colour and it’s definitely a line you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.

The Jessica Wright Collection

Probably the most amazing thing about Jessica Wright is that she never fails to look glamorous even if she’s enjoying a dress-down day, which may be the reason of why she started the clothing line in the first place. The initial idea for the clothing line came after Jess found fame on the TV programme and realised she had started to become a style icon for many women across the UK. She had recently started losing weight and toning up which meant she became a lot more confident in the clothes she wore and therefore decided to start the collection. The first collection she brought out back in 2012 was based on her own style (as people loved it so much!).

In a video with Reveal Magazine, Wright goes on to explain what each dress means to her from the inner party girl to the classy, sophisticated lady she is. As soon as the first collection of Jessica Wright dresses launched, the whole of the UK’s population went crazy for the dresses, ever since she has been constantly growing her brand image and creating a collection that suits everyone.

Throughout 2013, Jess Wright started to talk about talks in a shoe line too, this came into action around 2015 before she then released her second collection in late 2016. The shoes are also based on her style, with a mixture of the style of times in there too. No matter what happens with her brand, Jessica Wright still remains that she designs everything from scratch as she likes them to be perfect. Back to 2013 when Jess released her second line of dresses, this time the focus was more on neon’s and florals as they were the ‘in’ fashion at the time. These dresses were probably her most outgoing collection but they still sold a lot and people still went crazy for them. Fast-forward to 2017 and her collection is now stocked in over 10 different online retailers such as Very, Lipsy, ASOS, Dresslover and many more as well as her own website. Although she doesn’t have any physical shops here in the UK, her line is endorsed by other retailers that stock her collection within their stores like Debenhams and House of Fraser. This is extremely handy for people who love to try things on before they buy anything clothes related, rather than just simply buying it online.

Jessica Wright Red Dress

The current Jessica Wright Collection has been expanded too, she no longer just sells dresses. Her collection includes blouses, skirts and even tracksuits. Yet, her dresses are still the most popular piece of clothing on the website. With over 50 dresses within the current line, it’s no wonder everyone loves these, formal to dressed-down. All of the dresses are different too, even though most of them are towards the formal side, past collections have been more focusing on summer dresses that could be worn during the day. All off the Jessica Wright dresses come in sizes 6 to 14 and range from around £50 to £170 depending on sales. The newest VIP range that has been released focuses on a formal, elegant feel with dark colours being a strong competitor with her newer dresses. Some of the most popular dresses are mostly the Jessica Wright floral dresses as that was one of her initial ideas of putting a collection together.


 Jess Wright’s Blown-up Instagram


Over on her Instagram, the collection is really taking off. With over 1.3 million Instagram followers, this is where the collection really started to get noticed by the women of the UK. Her photos are based on her normal life but also promote much of her collection, the popularity of her Instagram allows the brand to get more exposure and gets people knowing what Jessica Wright dresses actually are. Thousands of likes, orders, and pictures later, the Jessica Wright brand, With Love Jessica, was born.



Popular Jessica Wright Must-Haves

Focusing more on her dresses than the brand image she has successfully built up herself, comes when we start talking about her designs and the most popular Jessica Wright Dresses in her collection. The frilled baby-blue maxi dress has always been a popular favourite as it can be adapted to all seasonal occasions and all different occasions too.

Whether you’re attending a wedding, christening or just a friend’s birthday party, this dress is a classy elegant and relatively cheap dress to get but it in no way looks cheap. Perhaps our favourite thing about this dress, in particular, is the leg slit up the front of the left-hand side and the idea that frills can look good without looking childish, which is often a worry some women have.

Another popular yet extremely different dress is her off the shoulder floral dress, this one is such a great summer dress, but many women have dressed it up and worn it out to a night out which is such a nice touch. The baggy sleeves that cut at the elbow give it a slight 80’s vibe whilst we can also really rock the 2010’s look with the rest of the dress. A lot of the time you can also find Jessica Wright dresses sale which knocks a big chunk of the price off them anyway, meaning classier dresses for you at a lower cost.

Jessica Wright Poppie Frill Bardot Maxi Dress
Jessica Wright Poppie Frill Bardot Maxi Dress
Jessica Wright Emsie Bardot Bodycon Dress
Jessica Wright Emsie Bardot Bodycon Dress

The Jessica Wright Collection is so much more than just selling clothes, it’s about expressing yourself through inexpensive, gorgeous dresses, shoes, and blouses. Jess Wright released her collection for one reason and one reason only, she wanted to highlight to the world how creative, innovative, and stylish she could be through a range of beautiful, bold dresses. You may not like her as a TV reality star but her collection is about much more than that, it’s about spending less money on quality products that will definitely make everyone stare as you walk in the room. Jess Wright, we couldn’t love your collection of influencing dresses any more than we already do.

5 Reasons Why Plus Size Dresses Are Awesome

ASOS Boohoo Plus Floral Tea Dress

Plus size women, rejoice! Fashion companies are finally listening to our concerns about fit, sizing, and style options that were not available even as little as five years ago. So many frustrations of having only baggy, lifeless options have finally (finally!) come to an end. Women’s bodies have many shapes and sizes, and celebrating life with beautiful pieces of clothing is essential. Here are five reasons why clothing is finally coming around to include plus size body types.

1.Flattering Plus Size Dress Shapes

For years and years, plus size dresses meant shapeless dresses in either dark colours or obnoxiously distracting prints. Nowadays we see more form fitting fancy plus size dresses with a curve at the waste, while giving room in the stomach, hip, and butt region. Different silhouettes help reflect the many varieties of body types and personalities.

Plus Size ASOS Boohoo Floral Tea Dress

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2. Awesome Prints

We want to be bold for the right reasons. Historically, prints have been loud in an annoying way, in an attempt to hide behind distraction. Usually they were strange geometric prints, or abstract paint splatters, and were hardly trendy! Now we see amazing prints ranging from seductive to fun and playful.

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3. Modern Cuts

It seemed like plus size dresses always had the same three silhouettes over the years. Loose fitting, old fashioned, and tired. As much as you love your grandmother, you don’t want to wear the same muumuu she does! Lately, we are starting to see some interesting, fashion-forward thinking cuts for larger bodies, and we couldn’t be happier. Fashion is important to all of us, not just the chosen few. This modern plus size fancy dress will enhance your look like a million.

Plus Size Boohoo Aliza Ribbed Open Shoulder Swing Dress

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4. The Asos Plus Size Bodycon

Celebrating body diversity starts with showing it off! The plus size bodycon dress is an empowering move in many fashion forward communities. Bodycon hugs all the curves and shows off your actual body, instead of hiding behind layers. Though this look may be for the bold and daring, many plus sized fashion bloggers are trailblazing new body positive bodycon looks daily.

Plus Size ASOS CURVE Midi Asos-2-Bodycon Dress in Rib with Long Sleeves

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5. Age appropriate

Looking for a fun night out with the ladies? In the past, it always has been a hassle trying to find dresses that weren’t matronly or overly dressy. You’re not trying to go to a wedding, you’re trying to have fun! Now there are so many exciting styles to choose from, which is a relief. From form-fitting to loose and flowy, plus-size dresses are starting to have great lines that give a beautiful, and most importantly youthful look.

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Though there’s still room for growth, fashion designers are taking notice of the voices in the plus size community. From YouTube, blogs, Instagram, ad campaigns and more, different body types are being represented around the world, and dresses like these are reflecting a positive, forward thinking change.

Ever asked yourself, what size is plus size?

The amount of different brands on the market does make this question little more complicated then it should. Some brands categorise size 16 to 32 as plus-size while other brands start at size 14. If you are not sure if you should browse trough our plus size dresses category this clothing size guide will give you the exact size you should look for.

The Effortless Smock Dress


Need to throw something on for a quick trip to the grocer’s? Want to look effortlessly chic going out for a day at the beach? The smock dress, also known as the “smock-frock” has got you covered. This loose-fitting silhouette is less revealing than other dresses, but gives you fashionable comfort that other outfits can’t pull off.

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Black Embroidered Long Sleeve Smock Dress

Embroidery is making a big comeback. This beautiful dress from New Look could transition from day to night due to the classic black colour paired with a stunning embroidered pattern. With added cut-outs on the sleeves, this dress has many interesting details that will keep you coming back for more.


This simple and elegant smock dress from PrettyLittleThing is extremely versatile. Pair it with a brown belt and flats, or dress it up with sparkly jewellery – this dress can take you anywhere and everywhere. Although it is a simple look, the ties on the sleeves adds the perfect amount of finesse.

Kimchi Blue Picnic Floral Off-The-Shoulder Midi Dress

Time to sashay the day away in this lovely red smock dress from Urban Outfitters. You will feel like a Southern belle in this brightly patterned off-the-shoulder number. Though a little longer than a traditional smock dress, this is a figure-flattering silhouette perfect for a summer BBQ.


Looking for something a bit more modern? This gingham patterned smock dress from Boohoo has an excellent balance of sophistication and flare. With final touches such as its bell sleeves and V neckline, you’ll be sure to stand out from the crowd in this number.

Get Festival-Ready with the New ‘Wanderlust’ Collection


One of the best things about spring is finally being able to laze around outside and go to the hottest music festivals!

Whether you’re going to attend a festival soon or not, it’s the right time to start shopping for new pieces you can play around with as the summer heat quickly approaches. PrettyLittleThing recently launched their ‘Wanderlust’ collection and it’s all about bold and funky hues and design that will surely get you through spring/summer in top-notch style.

We’ve handpicked five gorgeous pieces from the ‘Wanderlust’ collection that you just must have right now!


1. Kallinda Blue Rainbow Scoop Back Bodycon Dress

Statement piece, anyone? Look no further because the Kallinda dress is all you need to make a bold entrance. Featuring a galactic print with rainbow stripes on the side, this bodycon dress completes your funky sexy look as you hit the poolside parties and enjoy drinks by the beach!


2. Kai Multi Stripe Metallic Knit Maxi Dress

Looking for that eclectic cover-up dress that you can use in the city and at the beach? The Kai metallic knit maxi dress has got you covered: from the top down, with its comfy and airy peekaboo knit fabric, featuring some of the grooviest colours you’ll ever see on a dress. Wear it over your favourite bikini and some high-cut boots and you’re good to go.


3. Katrin Multi Embroidered Halterneck Bodycon Dress

Hippy-inspired fashion makes a comeback here in the form of the Katrin embroidered bodycon dress. You’re bound to turn heads in this babe of a dress which highlights your form as well as your unique sense of funky and playful style. Wear it with boots for the festivals or with sandals if you’re just roaming about in the city.


4. Alayiah Pink Sequin Front Cami Dress

You’re going to look like a sparkling unicorn with the Alayiah sequin cami dress. Covered in holographic sequins, this dress will literally make you shine, as light hits the front part of your dress. If you’re looking for a festival party dress that’ll take you from day to night, then the Alayiah is the right pick for you.


5. Aubrielle Tie Dye Cross Front Playsuit

Tie-dye and mesh on a playsuit? Yes, please! This no-fuss, one-piece ensemble is perfect for those seeking out ‘cool girl’ status with easy-breezy outfits. You don’t have to search far and wide for effortless style because this tie-dye playsuit is all you need to rule the day. Play up your look by wearing chokers and boots – and just have fun!

Didn’t find the festival dress you’re looking for? Check out these Must-Have Festival Dresses.

The Modern Tunic Dress


Tunic dresses have a way of being effortlessly chic. In a wide variety of patterns, cuts, and styles, tunic dresses can shape and flatter your body and provide ease throughout the summer. Though popular in the 70s, tunic dresses are making a comeback in a big way. With summer festivals and concerts just around the corner, tunic dresses are a go-to staple this season.

Vero Moda Longline Tunic Dress In Stripe

Want to keep cool all summer long? This sophisticated knee length tunic from ASOS will do the trick. With easy-going black stripes on a cool white fabric, it hits all the right places on your body. Pair it with a soft brown belt to step it up a notch!

ASOS Made In Kenya Tunic Dress In Geo Floral With Pockets

Sometimes we just must make a statement. When this psychedelic print is paired with a modern silhouette, this tunic dress from ASOS puts you in the 21st century with style. Plus, there’s pockets!

Knot Front Tunic Dress

This berry red tunic dress from Top Shop has all the right moves. From interesting cut outs around the waist that gather into a knot, to the textured berry fabric, you’ll be showing off your glowing skin in no time.

White Stuff Everloom Tunic Dress

Chic meets farm life with this stunning tunic dress from John Lewis. Showcased is traditional Czech floral pattern paired with 3/4th sleeves, this dress can be appropriate in many settings, but also super delightful.

Midwash Denim Shift Tunic

You’ll be a dream in this super cute denim tunic dress from Dorothy Perkins. With a casual fit, pair this with some white trainers and you’ll be ready for errands or a casual picnic. Comfort is key in this adorable little number.

Comfortable, Casual and Fun: the T-Shirt Dress


Long gone are the days of dressing up for everything. Who wants to overdo it during the summer anyway? Today it’s all about casual and functional wearable style. And what is more comfortable than a T-shirt dress? With these looks, you’re ready for a day at the beach, playing a light-hearted sport, or a relaxing time hanging out with friends at a park. T-shirt dresses are easy going and fun while keeping you cool.

Monki Contrast Stripe T-Shirt Dress

This retro striped look from Monki keeps you looking sharp with contrasting colours and above the knee length. From playing a round of tennis to drinking champagne at a garden party, this look will make you the sportiest girl around.

PS by Paul Smith Cactus T-Shirt Dress

Who says t-shirt dresses must be boring? With this avant-garde look from ASOS, you will be both casual and a show stopper. With collaged photo-realistic cactuses designed by Paul Smith, it’ll make for an interesting conversation piece.

Glamorous Cold Shoulder T-Shirt Dress With Ruffle Sleeve

If you’re looking for something a little more glamorous but aren’t willing to sacrifice comfort, this t shirt dress from ASOS has the trendy “cold shoulder” look, but are able to dress this look up or down by adding accessories. This could be a transitional dress from a day at a BBQ to a night of dancing.

Faux Suede Mini T-Shirt Dress

Need more texture than your average t shirt dress? This faux suede mini t shirt dress from Forever 21 may do the trick. Show a lot of leg and a lot of attitude when wearing this simple but luxurious look.

Floral Crochet T-Shirt Mini Dress by Rare

Capture some visual interest with this lovely t shirt dress from Top Shop. With crocheted floral edges around the sleeves and the hem, this dress gives a nod to spring without overdoing it.

Spring into Maxi


Spring is just around the corner…at least we hope it is! Here are some colourful maxi dresses that will brighten up your wardrobe, even if the weather is telling us otherwise. Below are five maxi dresses that will surely “maximize” your style potential for this spring. Click on the images to shop!

1. Tropical Sunrise

Tropical Print Maxi Dress

This pastel pink and orange hued maxi dress from ASOS will take you to paradise while remaining sophisticated enough for an after work event.

2. Ethereal Goddess

Phase Eight Fabienne Silk Maxi Dress

This silk watercolour printed maxi dress from House of Fraser is the perfect reminder of bright blue skies of spring and summer! With a cinched tie around the waist, this maxi is flattering for many different body types.

3. Soft Edges

Plunge Maxi Dress by Glamorous Tall

Not into bright colours, but want to bring on the Spring? This black and white floral maxi from Top Shop has an edgy 90’s appeal while providing a solid flowery pattern.

4. Sail Away With Me

Phase Eight Natalie Stripe Maxi Dress

This nautical patterned maxi dress from John Lewis begs to be on a yacht! With interesting stripes and subtle details, this maxi is equal parts chic and bold.

5. Modern Bloom

MADEEY Jungle orchid maxi cover up

This modern take on a floral print from Ted Baker provides visual interest with a kaleidoscope effect. Equal parts conversation starter and elegance, this could be worn to a fancy brunch or spring time garden party.

From Casual to Couture: Exquisite Mini Dresses


No wonder why mini dresses are everyone’s go-to casual and party dresses: besides flattering your body type and making your legs longer, they are feminine and chic clothing items. If you’ve been bored with the simple styles lately and would like to try a new flare of mini dresses, these 5 designs were created for you!

Boho Chic Bell Sleeves

Embroidered Bell Sleeve Mini Dress by Rare

Get ready for any festival or hot summer night with a bohemian inspired bell sleeved mini dress. The long, wide sleeves have a very romantic and playful vibe to them, which is matched with the sultry style of the mini dress, creating a very high fashion look.

Elegant High Necklines

Comino Couture High Neck Printed Mini Dress

For a very mini dress, we recommend trying out a high neckline design, that is a bit more elegant and conservative, to ensure you don’t show too much skin or feel uncomfortable while wearing the dress. Don’t worry: a draped, lace embroidered or asymmetrical neckline won’t look boring or conservative, but it will definitely give an interesting twist to the dress.

Great Gatsby Chic

Frock & Frill Floral Embellished Flapper Mini Dress

All-over embellished mini dresses are more like art pieces than regular clothing items. The shine and stunning detailing of the crystals, beads and different materials can make any mini dress look like a million dollars. While most heavily embellished dresses can easily make your body disappear, an embellished mini dress will accentuate your legs.

Romantic Frills

Quiz Green Velvet Mesh Frill Dress

Whether they are on the sleeves, bottom, top or everywhere in your dress, frills will make your mini dress look elegant and stunning. Besides emphasizing your natural figure, frill detailing is also great for taking the basic mini dress designs to the next level.

80s Design

ASOS NIGHT Silver 80s Ruffle Mini Dress

Who doesn’t like a hint of retro in their style? The 80s mini dresses have low, V-cut necks with a belt at the waist, which makes it look a bit slimmer. Their sleeves are usually long and they have a structured shoulder, which creates an effortless business casual vibe to the whole outfit. If you are heading out on a Friday night, make sure to give this vintage design a try!

The Most Stylish Striped Dresses


Stripes are often a pattern women shy away from; we’ve all heard that horizontal stripes make you look larger, or that stripes in general aren’t attractive. Well, this article definitely proves those stereotypes wrong! Here we have five hand-picked striped dresses to suit anyone and everyone’s fashion style. From colour blocks to lace to simple styles, we have it all!

1. Multicoloured

V by Very Striped Ponte Bodycon Dress

This unique dress from Very features multi coloured vertical stripes against a black background. This bodycon dress is a spin on the classic little black dress, against which it makes a bold statement twist. The form-fitting fabric will show off your curves, and the long sleeves and midi length make the dress perfect for cool-weather parties. Wear it with black heels and a matching clutch to play it safe, or choose to go the edgy route by choosing a bold colour and matching your accessories.

2. Simple Midi

Striped Midi Dress

This dress from Forever 21 can be described as simplicity at its finest. It’s a classic black and white striped midi dress that can be paired with various jackets and other items to produce a unique look each and every time. The dress features a bodycon fit, ribbed knit, crew neckline, and long sleeves. Wear it with ankle boots, long boots, or even heels–each of these choices will give the ensemble a completely different look!

3. Stripes and Denim

I Love Friday Stripe Dress With Denim Insert Hem

This dress from ASOS is sure to catch your eye with its unique design! The dress is mainly composed of red and white stripes with standout denim inserts throughout the skirt. Made from cotton jersey, this dress is as comfortable as it is cute. It has a crew neck, dropped shoulders, and a relaxed fit. This will be your go-to dress for casual events throughout the season!

4. Abstract Stripes

French Connection Matos Stripe Dress

Rather than sticking to the traditional horizontal or vertical stripes, this stunning dress from John Lewis features a vibrant abstract print full of choppy striped colour blocks. The dress is form-fitting and expertly crafted in a soft cotton blend. It has a deep V-neckline and a contrasting waistband to accentuate your curves. An exposed metallic zip in the back makes it easy to change in and out of, and the above-the-knee length makes it perfect for formal events. Wear with high heels and a slim envelope clutch to look completely sophisticated.

5. Lots of Lace

Precis Petite Cady Stripe Lace Dress

Another slightly nontraditional frock when it comes to stripes, this lacy dress from House of Fraser incorporates the pattern while making it more elegant. Horizontal blocks of colour ranging from shades of pink to solid black make up the body of the dress, and the entire item has a gorgeous lace overlay. With a hem just above the knees, this dress is great for cocktails or a night on the town.

Unique Dress Designs for Every Occasion


It’s time to say goodbye to the traditional dresses and regular designs and experiment with new trends and styles! These dresses are not only unique and versatile, but also very easy to style, whether you have a more casual or elegant personal style.

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Old Hollywood Glam Maxi Dress

Velvet Bustier Sheer Maxi Dress by Rare

If you are attending an event or any special occasion, a sheer overlay maxi dress will definitely create a show-stopping look. The mesh overlay will make any skirt look very elegant and exquisite, making your look more polished, yet a bit daring. If you are not a fan of mesh materials, choose a light lace or tulle overlay that is still a bit see-through.

Chain Back Dress

Long Sequinned Dress

Low back cuts were very stylish last year, and with the chain back detailing, this trend is set to stay for 2017 as well. Instead of ruining the look, a thin old or silver chain at the back of dress only emphasizes the design, so it’s perfect for any special occasion.

Mix & Match

Black embroidered mesh T-shirt dress

Mix & match is such a fun way to experiment with different styles, all at once. Embroidery, glitter detailing, lace and velvet materials… your choices are never ending when it comes to mix&match, and this is exactly why we are in love with this trend! Even a traditional, A-line or pencil dress can be spiced up by mixed materials , colours and even patterns, so we recommend grabbing a dress that mixes unexpected patterns.

Kimono Dresses

Ted Baker Lemar Belted Kimono Dress

There is something very feminine and classy about kimono dresses. With the bell sleeves, wrap design and slimmed waistline, they instantly create an elegant figure for you.

Double Asymmetrical

ASOS NIGHT Velvet Asymmetric Bandeau Mini Dress

When you read asymmetrical, the first thing that probably comes to mind is a half long-sleeve dress, but this season, it’s more about the subtle asymmetrical details. A little cut on the bustier, an asymmetric design on the skirt – and when there are two different asymmetric styles on one dress, they will balance each other out perfectly.