Bird of Paradise [Vivien of Holloway]

It’s finally the start of April and this means we’re already in Spring! And to celebrate the arrival of warmer weather here’s a wonderful hawaiian inspired outfit from Vivien of Holloway. 

This “Made in the UK” brand is probably my favourite, as they create beautiful 1940s and 1950s clothing for both women and men. I’ve got quite a few dresses and tops from them and the quality is beyond amazing! So today I’m reviewing one of their Bird of Paradise Sarong Dress in blue, which comes with a matching bolero.

This sarong dress is like a ray of sunshine. Its blue shade and design is perfect for beach parties, for a night out at a tiki cocktail bar or even to attend a fancy party. That’s what I call a versatile dress!

These photos were shot on the first official day of Spring with the talented Dilawstudio. To create these pictures we visited a coastal town in Costa Brava and used different settings. Let me know in the comments which photo is your favourite!

In terms of sizing, I’m wearing my usual Vivien of Holloway size: 12. It fits like a glove and due to the material of the dress, you can wear it with no bra on. The best thing of the dress has to be its structure underneath which helps your bust stay in place. Isn’t it wonderful?

I styled this gorgeous dress with some tiki accessories from Lady Luck’s Boutique and a bamboo bag I bought a couple of years ago at a flea market.

Spring is probably my favorite time of the year (along with Autumn) because it means we can finally leave big coats home and enjoy the sunshine!

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All photos by Dilawstudio

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