Designer Wedding Dresses at Cocomelody

Spring is finally here, which means warmer weather and beautiful sunny days, perfect for celebrating one of the most special occasions of your life, which is your wedding. At Cocomelody you can find a great range of up and coming designer wedding dresses to perfectly suit your style and shape. Below are just a couple of my current favourite dresses from Cocomelody.

The dress on the left has a vintage feel to because of the form and material, which I love. The dress is fitted on the bodice part and has a V shaped neckline with a delicate tulle fabric overlay on the bodice and shoulders, giving the appearance of a sheer sleeve to delicately cover them in case you are not very comfortable with baring your shoulders. From the shoulders, through the bodice and fading down towards the middle of the skirt, the dress has beautiful embellished flower patterns that give it more interest and texture. From the knees down, the skirt flares out, giving it a mermaid shape and on the back the dress features a low back with a train composed of the same tulle material that covers the shoulders. 

The range at Cocomelody also includes a line wedding dresses, like the one pictured on the right side. This dress has a more modern feel to it and to me it also looks very regal, like something a princess would wear and reminds me of Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn's style. This sheath dress has a fitted bodice with a cleavage gently shaped in the sweetheart style, both covered in a lace overlay that goes up to the shoulders to create feminine and delicate cap sleeves. On the back, the closure uses fabric covered buttons and to accentuate the waist the dress has a sash made out of satin fabric. The skirt flares out from the waist down into a voluminous tulle skirt with a short train.

Those are only a couple of my favourite picks but have a look on the Cocomelody website for lots more options. 
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The Spring Summer Wishlist

spring summer must haves

You might have had a look at my 5 Spring Summer must haves post, I've actually already acquired a couple of items off that list in February (quite ahead of time really), but there are still some items that have caught my eye recently and I might purchase in the following weeks to update my warm weather wardrobe.



Stripes & Grey

H&M striped cardigan
H&M striped cardigan
H&M striped cardigan

H&M Cardigan // Clarks Chelsea Boots // Uniqlo Skinny Jeans // H&M Wool Coat
(Similar: Cardigan, Coat)

I've been thinking of a few pieces that I want to purchase to update my wardrobe for spring, I really would like to get a denim jacket, lighter skinny jeans, an a-line skirt, a rain coat and some leather sandals.



Hanky Panky Bralette

Hanky Panky Bralette
One of my preferred underwear styles are bralettes as they are so much more comfortable than your standard underwired bra. I've had a few bralettes, and a couple of lace ones which weren't very soft so I wasn't sure if the Hanky Panky one would be.

The Hanky Panky Signature Lace Crossover Bralette* has adjustable straps and no back closure, so it just slips on. The Chai (nude) colour is a very close match to my skin tone which is great, the lace is very soft and stretchy and the elastic band under the bust is also super stretchy and very comfortable. 

The only thing that I would change about it is that the cups are not lined, so it can be a bit see through, but other than that, it is an amazing, beautiful and comfortable option to wear, especially if you don't need a lot of support from your underwear. 

Find the Hanky Panky Signature Lace Crossover Bralette on UKLingerie.com



Record Store Day

David Bowie The man who sold the world

On Saturday it was Record Store Day and we got up nice and early to get ready as soon as the nearest record shop, Adrian's in Wickford, opened.

On Record Store Day, many artists release special edition vinyl only available at independent stores, and my husband was after the Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' El Mexicano, which features my national flag printed on it; and also Peter Doherty's The Whole World Is Our Playground. 

The shop actually opened at 8 on Saturday but only for the day, and we got there at 9, without much hope of finding what we were after but my husband actually got both vinyls and I got David Bowie's The Man Who Sold The World. 

Did you get any special records on Saturday?