Sunday, 13 January 2013

Midi Madness - Ten Midi Dresses Under £20!

With January being one of those months where funds are a little tighter than usual (Christmas and New Year festivities can hit bank accounts hard) I figured it'd be good to hunt for some midi dress treats for under twenty quid. That way you can work the midi trend on a budget! I've heard a lot of mention of spending bans on other blogs and on Twitter, and I think they're a good idea - however I also think that hunting around for the cheaper alternatives to the latest trends can save you a load of dosh. Instead of forking out £40 for a Topshop midi, you can spend between £7-£17 on something just as good!

2) Grey Jersey Midi Dress - £12 - Matalan (also available in other colours)

8 comments:

  1. I just fell head over heels for the Tabitha Midi Dress! Will definitely be taking a look at Daisy Street! x

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  2. I really need a midi dress in my life! I love number 7 the best.

    gvadlln.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. This post has come at the perfect time...I've become obsessed with all things midi-length! x

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  4. I adore midi dresses, i can't stop buying them.
    I think i'll have to add some of these to my collection too!

    Hannah xx
    www.hannahbethfashion.blogspot.com

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  5. I wish I could pull off midi-dresses! #5 is my favourite :)

    Tara
    The Style Rawr!
    xoxo

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  6. They are some gorgeous dress you have picked. I'd love to try one but 5"2..... I don't think it'd work.
    xx

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  7. These are amazing, love number 7!

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  8. You must examine the fabric. Karen Millen outlet offers you some latest news of dresse online, which is generally made from cotton, silk, brocade or linen. Nonetheless, the kind of fabric that your particular Karen Millen dress really should have should be one that's ideal for the time and time when you'll wear the gown. This means that dresses made out of thick fabrics should always be worn for colder a few months and dresses with skinny fabrics are for planting season and summer.

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