Stabbath Top £40
You don’t necassarily think of the words delicate or elegant when you think of Drop Dead Clothing, the words edgy or cool are more commonly associated. When Hannah Snowdon’s collection for the brand was launched it brought a new dimension to their collection of attire. I’ve always been a fan of their quirky emblems and prints, their genious collabs with the likes of Saga and Itchy and Scratchy, and the ccontroversial text slogans, but with this range I was able to indulge my more feminine and understated side.
I fell in love with an embroidered bomber but unfortunately my finances weren’t exactly tikedy boo at the time, so I had to be slightly more restrined than usual. I did however treat myself to this sequinned knit with lacey inserts. It maintains a youthful edge thanks to its cropped hem and lends itself perfect for those that want to dress for day to night.
I think there is only a few left if any at all so hurry if you want to grab your own!
Worn with Pretty Little Things Jeans £7 in the sale
and Topshop Boots