A floral Ted Baker Eana Dress with a Velvet Chanel Boy Bag
I can’t believe it’s the 1st of October already! Can you? Time really has flown by this year and it’s shocking to think where it’s gone. It feels like only a little while ago that it was Christmas and now it’s Christmas again in just over 2 months time! How crazy is that! I’m definitely noticing more of a chill in the air now though and the leaves are starting to change colour already, so Autumn is definitely on its way and I’m quite excited since it’s my favourite season! But, lets get to my outfit as that’s the focal point of this post.
I was wearing this absolutely gorgeous Ted Baker Eana Technicolour Bloom Skirt Dress, which I think has the perfect floral print for Autumn. Usually florals are worn in the Spring and Summer, but I think if they have deeper and darker undertones to them, much like this floral print, it works perfect for the cooler months too! I did originally think this Ted Baker dress was a skirt when I saw it on the model and I was most surprised to open the package and find a dress as I had already planned on a crop top to style it with, but I think the top of it works really well with the skirt and the zip up the back is pretty as well as functional. For sizing on this dress, I took it in size 1 if you are wondering and I’m about a UK 8. Ted Baker sizing can be quite complicated, so hopefully that helps!
To keep things feminine and elegant, I went with my Christian Louboutin Pigalle 100 in Black (similar here) to give my legs some height and keep them slender and then added some more jewel tone colours with my beloved Chanel Small Boy Bag in Bordeaux Velvet (similar one by Rebecca Minkoff). I think it’s the perfect rich tone to add enough vibrancy to the look to complete it, not to mention I’m absolutely in love with my new Chanel bag and want to wear it any chance I get! But I think the intense shade is just harmonious with the darker floral print. I finally finished it off with some various bracelets in gold and cream, just to bring a touch more femininity to the Ted Baker dress. What do you think of it? Do you like it? I’d love to know! Please comment and tell me!