The Net-a-Porter Edit

9 September 2015

Net-a-Porter Edit Sophia Webster, Michael Kors, Dagmar and Alexander Wang.

I like to keep my finger on the fashion pulse, and with Autumn/Winter just around the corner it means a whole host of new styles hitting the stores. Net-a-Porter is my number one destination for wiling away the hours lusting over labels I'll never afford. Just in case I win the lottery, here are four statement pieces that would be well worth the investment...

In simple terms, ankle boots with a chunk hacked out of them can never be a good thing. In fact, that's pretty much the state that last year's boots are in. But when Alexander Wang says something's cool? Then boy it's cool. These Gabi Cut-out Calf Hair Anke Boots (£630) are just incredible! The cutaway detailing on the heel really transforms this from being a simple black ankle boot to something subtly spectacular. Plus, you can't deny that these would make a great conversation starter, even with non-fashiony types.

If ever there was a dress for party season, this Sequinned Mini Dress (£275) from Michael Michael Kors is it. It is cut with a flattering cap sleeve and has shards of cascading sequins which will dance the night away with you. This beautiful fluidity really creates something special out of what is essentially a t-shirt dress. One could even claim that this is the party dress for the casual girl, and is the perfect update from the tee and leggings combo I'm always too tempted to try and get away with for girls night out. For those times when nothing less than fabulous will do, you won't regret turning to this black sequinned number.

There is no one that transforms a shoe into something totally Instagrammable quite like Sophia Webster does. I've definitely seen these Bibi Butterfly Embroidered Suede Point-toe Flats (£240) floating around for a while and quite rightly so. Butterflies are known for being eternally naff, right? Sophia Webster has finally given the pretty creatures the cool-factor they deserve. I'd pair these black suede flats with some skinny-fit ripped vintage-wash jeans to instantly transform an off-duty outfit. 

Finally I have another dress, and this offering is by Dagmar, a designer that is pretty new to me. I was instantly attracted to the Elisa Open-back Lace and Stretch-knit Mini Dress (£450) due to the structuring and mixture of textures. Although this has a pretty hefty cut-out at the back, it still weighs in as a relatively classy option. The lace-mesh combo keeps it really current, and is a far cry from the horrors of the string vest!

If you won the lottery what's the first thing you'd add to your wardrobe?

Don't forget to check out Dainty Bride, my September Blogger of the Month!

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