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.

Your Perfect Dress Horoscope Guide [infographic]

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The future is a mystery. Filled with promise or excitement (or dread, depending on the situation!), the future holds many secrets that can only be revealed when the time is right. There are some things you can’t control, like fate or destiny, but what you can control is looking fantastic! What dress brings out your eyes, dear Pisces? Is there a dress that can make you shine, wonderful Aries? Below are dresses that are ready to impress based off of your astrological sign and personality traits.


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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.

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.