Ever since I’ve subscribed to London vloggers like Samantha Maria, Alix, Suzie and Zoe Sugg, I’ve coveted their Missguided collections. Described as affordable wear from the high street, the collection holds one thing that stands out with these fashion and beauty gurus… QUALITY!
Often we find that affordable brands skimp on things like quality of fabric, finishing touches and physique variation. With exceptional quality, a great range of sizes and a good selection of staple pieces Missguided has rapidly moved to the top of my lust list.
The announcement of Superbalist carrying items from this UK loved brand made my heart skip a beat…seeing how affordable and luxe the items were confirmed that this brand was one I would love for life.
This ribbed dress fit is pure perfection, it hugs all the right places while flattering areas I tend to feel a little more conscious about. The fabric is soft and breathable even though it’s bodycon. The longer length makes this the perfect transitional item and suitable for both those tall or petite. I popped on nude heels and completed the look with my favorite felt hat from Billabong. After the shoot I swapped out my heels for sneaks and still look effortlessly chic.
I’ve been shopping the Superbalist site for 2 years now and I’ve never been disappointed. The garments are delivered in impeccable condition. The ordering process is smooth and safe. A confirmation email is sent once the purchase has been made. A follow up sms is sent to the cellphone registered with the purchased account and keeps the customer informed of its departure from the warehouse. A day of the week and time range is provided to ensure that the shopper is aware and available to receive the package.
Did you know that Superbalist has an app? Both Android and Apple users are able to shop the store and save themselves 10% off of the basket amount! Happy shopping and comment below what you think of this OOTD.
Photos by Kealin Tamsen
Dress by Missguided | Shoes by Mr Price | Hat by Billabong | Arm Cuff by TheLot | Bag by Aldo (Borrowed from Kealin)