The Three S-es: Summer, Satin and SASS

The Three S-es: Summer, Satin and SASS

Find yourself spending hours on Instagram, scrolling until you are close to carpel tunnel syndrome, all in the search for the perfect, cool-girl dress or low-key, relaxed-fit shirt? Well, you can relax those poor thumbs, we've only gone and hand-picked a brand thats a veritable one-stop-shop for sophisticated, sassy style...Introducing, Never Fully Dressed. 

 

A quick peruse of their site and you'll be convinced. It's full of chic wardrobe staples, in fresh prints and on-trend pallets, all worn by ber babes like Emma Louise Connolly and Kasia Chin.

 


BROOKLYN + HARVEST WRAP ?⚡️??✨

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The brand started back in 2009, with designer Lucy Anne Tighe sewing small samples to sell at Spitalfields and Portobello Markets in London, but interest grew, especially online, and she moved from a family home office, to their first stand-alone store in 2014. 

And the NFD's success isn't hard to fathom really, nailing the sweet-spot between casual-cool and undone-dressy, that contemporaries like Rixo and Self Portrait also might. 

*Disclaimer - Their styling videos may have been our Editorial Team's source of #WardrobeInspo for the last few months and often, we've rocked up to the office in all-too-similar outfits. 

 

How to style the: PATTI 1986 ✨✨

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Newness from Never Fully Dressed... 

But new things are on the way from Never Fully Dressed. Launching on April 20th is the brand's summer drop - full of bold prints, in rich jewel tones, all on silky wrap dresses and blouses, which are surely going to become blogger favourites the world over, thanks to their Instagram-ability. 

 

The bandana range is creeping in ❤️ OBSESSED

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..... And so the obsession deepens, but Never Fully Dressed really is a brand well worth having on your radar for this summer's big events. Just, make sure to learn from our mistakes and call ahead to see what your other pals are wearing first.