Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Fran and Jane Summer Stylist Workshop

Tomorrow night (June 6th) from 7-9pm,Fran and Jane in Dundrum Town Centre, will be teaming up with StyleFish for an evening of Summer fashion, great styling tips and even to give you the chance to talk about a new career as a StyleFish Stylist! If you've an event lined up and don't have a clue on what to wear, or just want to treat yourself to something new, then you should pop down to Fran and Jane, for a chance to be dressed head to toe! You'll have a chance to meet Julie Cobbe, stylist and founder of Stylefish where she'll talk you through different body shapes, and what different Fran and Jane styles will work best for you.  There will also be a promotion running in store with 20% of EVERYTHING! It's the perfect excuse to pop in after work and treat yourself :)
Above are a few of my fav picks for the curvier gal! Fran and Jane do gorgeous fitted dresses, that compliment every women's shape. I love body conscious dresses to show off curves,  Fran and Jane does body con in a sophisticated way. Their dresses are very feminine and figure hugging. They're effortless sexy without flashing too much flesh. I absolutely love the fishtail this season as not only it's super on trend, it's perfect if you're not a huge fan of your legs, as it covers them in an elegant way. For those of us who are belly conscious *Cough Cough*ME! Peplum tops, A-Line dresses and Empire cuts work very well for disguising a tummy. Fran and Jane not have something for everyone! And with the stylists in store, you'll leave looking great and feeling confident! 
Sian xxx
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  1. Ohhhh I so wish they were over here or that I was over there! The dress with the dipped coloured hem is gorgeous!! Xxx

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    1. It's gorgeous isn't it! :) xxx

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