Monday, 25 February 2013

Jigsaw S/S13 Dresses: Review

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I was recently contacted by Rashed on behalf of the the fashion retailer, Jigsaw. He asked me if i would like to collaborate with Jigsaw in writing a review on their Spring/Summer collection of dresses
Jigsaw Clothing was a clothing brand i had never heard of before so i was quite eager to have a snoop on their website and see what their collection had to offer. Their website is well designed and has a lovely black and white theme to it, which for a minimalist like me, i quite liked.

Looking at the dresses that Jigsaw are selling in their Spring/Summer collection, the length varies between knee length, and just below the knee. This is a great selling point, as they are appealing to a variety of women, as these dresses can be worn by any age respectably, at work, at a dinner out, or for an evening out with your friends. Their dresses fit in with the current trends this S/S13 by incorporating floral, graphics, black, and pencil skirts, which are set to be huge. A lot of their dresses are much like the style of the dresses back in the 60's, another current trend. I think we can safely say that - yes, the dresses at Jigsaw are definitely something you'd want to be seen in, especially if you do follow the trends and want to look good. I've always been a lover of the monochrome trend, so personally, i would see myself in one of their black dresses. Below are a few of their dresses:
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As with all dresses, most people have their favourites, and yes, with this collection, there are some that i do favourite over others, for different reasons. For example, i prefer black on me as i think it makes me look slimmer, therefore making me feel more comfortable, hence why two of the dresses that are my favourites are black.

Dress 1 - My favourite of the four dresses. I'm a sucker for monochrome styling and a peter-pan collar. It looks like it sits really nicely when worn too.
Dress 2 - A teal, scoop neck, floaty dress that's fit for the day & night. You can't go wrong with this dress in your outfit as it's perfect to wear for any occasion. Due to it being floaty, if your bloated, you can still wear this, feel comfortable and enjoy yourself without having to worry.
Dress 3 - This is a wrap style dress, its bound to make you look sophisticated as well as stylish. The colours from the floral pattern are warm, which means that this dress shouldn't be a problem to wear and accessorize.
Dress 4 - This slight A-line shift dress allow you to look smart and casual for wherever your going, so if your one of those people who always likes to look like you've made an effort all the time, this is the dress for you.
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Unfortunately, i don't have the funds at the moment to be able to treat myself to one of these beautiful dresses. They range from between £50 and £150.. But i definitely would treat myself if i could! But for now i'll have to stick to browsing through they're website. For anyone that is looking to buy a dress from them, they have free standard p&p on UK orders over £100, and  free UK returns.

Also why not follow Jigsaw on twitter for all their latest updates! You can follow here.

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15 comments

  1. love your blog! i follow you on gfc! :D

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  2. Oh wow! What a wonderful opportunity, you are so lucky :)
    I checked out their pieces, I love them!

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  3. I love the monochrome dress. The collar is so pretty. All of the dresses look beautiful though and they seem price friendly.

    Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

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  4. Chanced upon your blog and enjoy reading it! :)

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  5. I love the graphic print dress!



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  6. The 60s is my favourite one! Just love the shape!

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  7. Beautiful dresses <3 <3 Thanks for sharing!!

    http://rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.blogspot.in/

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  8. My mum is a massive fan of Jigsaw, the sizes/fit are always a bit too baggy for me but I'd love that black shift dress with the collar! x

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  9. I love the monochrome dresses!
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  10. oOOH I absolutely love the 60's dress!!

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  11. I love Jigsaw! I also recently styled outfits for them! They have amazing things!

    LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  12. Number 1 is my favourite too! Such a sucker for monochrome and cute collars. xx

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  13. I found such a nice shirt from Jigsaw in a charity shop once! Unfortunately I can't really afford it on my working-one-day-a-week budget! Gorgeous dresses though.
    Katie xx
    http://thegravityandshe.blogspot.co.uk

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