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WIN 2 tickets to the Country Living Spring Fair

 

Girl Meets Dress has partnered with the Country Living Magazine to offer you 10 pairs of tickets for the Country Living Spring Fair that will take place at the Alexandra Palace from the 27th to the 30th April.

 

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NEW VENUE – This year the 2017 Country Living Magazine Spring Fair sees lots of exciting developments, with more entertainment, more exhibitors, more talented craftspeople, more hands-on workshops and a new venue as it welcomes visitors to Alexandra Palace.

Dates: Thursday 27 th to Sunday 30 th April 2017

Venue: Alexandra Palace (Great Hall via Palm Court) London N22 7AY

Tube Stations: Muswell Hill & Wood Green – with courtesy shuttle bus

 

The Country Living Spring Fair gives you the opportunity to participate with a friend to crafting and cooking activities, to learn tips and tricks on gardening in the Garden Theatre, to take a break at the Tea Room or at the Champagne Bar and even pet some animals at the Real Farm Holiday while staying in London.

Bringing the pages of the magazine to life, The Country Living Spring Fair champions craftspeople and small businesses, rural entrepreneurs and inspirational start-ups. Carefully curated, this delightful event celebrates quality and creativity with furnishings and fabrics, beautiful ceramics, fashion and home accessories and more, all designed to inspire visitors for the warm days of spring and summer ahead. Experts in sewing, floristry, homemaking skills and crafting offer new ideas, hands-on sessions and lifestyle tips for the home and the garden.

There is a dedicated cookery theatre too; a food market brimming with regional producers as well as bars for refreshments.

Tea, Champagne and VIP Treatment Take a moment for refreshments at the Fair with teas and infusions in the Birchall Tea Room or a glass of fizz in the Country Living Drunken Duck Champagne Bar to make the day something special. Why not consider the VIP ticket that includes a goody bag, fast-track entry, cloakroom where you can leave your purchases and an exclusive lounge area.

 

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  • Go on our Instagram. Like the picture on the competition and tag some friends you want to go with

Do both to get more chances to win.

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READER OFFER – 25% OFF TICKETS TO THIS EVENT

We are thrilled that Girlmeetsdress.com can also offer a special discunt on purchased tickets to this event – for the special price of ÂŁ13.50 instead of paying ÂŁ18 on the door.  (A ÂŁ1.50 booking fee applies per booking.)   Tickets can be booked online at www.countrylivingfair.com or via the ticket line at 0844 581 1385 quoting the dedicated code SM4.


Best Dressed of the Week

A celebrity’s schedule never stops. Here at Girl Meets Dress we have lost count of how many different outfits famous people wear per week. Still, our aim is not to remember them all, but rather the ones that are ‘GMD award’ worthy!

Here it is our list of ‘best dressed’ for the week. We hope it will inspire you on your next dress rental!

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Emma Watson in Christian Dior

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Gwyneth Paltrow in Gucci

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Gucci

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Alexa Chung in Alessandra Rich

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Jennifer Lawrence in Elie Saab

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Alessandra Ambrosio in Gucci

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Keira Knightley in Erdem

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Demi Moore in Gucci

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Felicity Jones in Burberry

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Brie Larson in Burberry


Wedding Guest Dress Code – What To Wear

 

Wedding guests should be appropriately dressed for a wedding. It is important to remember that weddings are usually quite a formal affair and people take the time to dress up and look their best. We at Girl Meets Dress have gathered tips for all wedding guests this summer – The do’s and dont’s, what to wear to a daytime church wedding and evening reception and explain the most common wedding-guest dress codes.

Wedding etiquette dictates that any dress code should be explained in the extra information that goes out with the wedding invitations.  Between “black tie optional” and “semiformal,” the language can be tricky to decipher. But we’ve got you covered. Here are the most common wedding-guest dress codes explained;

“White Tie”. This the most formal of all dress codes (think: White House state dinners). White Tie dresses to wear for weddings are usually formal floor-length evening gowns.

Elliot Claire –

Jewelled Silver Gown

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“Black Tie”. This is the next most formal wedding dress code, and usually means the wedding is an evening event.  You can go a bit dressier and wear a formal floor-length gown, or choose a short, dressy cocktail dress as a Black Tie wedding attire.

Adrianna Papell –

Dusty Orchid Gown

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“Formal” or “Black Tie Optional”. The wording here indicates something slightly less formal than black tie is acceptable. But the event is still formal enough for one to be appropriate. A long dress, dressy separates, or a formal cocktail dress.

Ariella –

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 “Semiformal” or “Dressy Casual”. Take your cues from the time of the event – Wear darker, more formal colours for an evening wedding; opt for light colours and fabrics for a daytime event. A cocktail dress or a long, dressy skirt and top works fine.

Stella McCartney –

Ridley Woven Dress

 

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 “Festive Attire”. This one can leave many guests confused. In general, guests are given the permission to have fun and play with their outfits. Opt for cocktail-party attire featuring bolder colours and accessories.

ChiChi London –

Blue White Flower Dress

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 “Casual”. This indicates the wedding will likely be held outdoors or on the beach, meaning the event will be much more laid-back, especially when it comes to attire. That said, jeans, shorts, and tank tops are probably not appropriate unless they’re specifically noted as acceptable. A summer sundress is appropriate (just make sure the fabric isn’t overly formal). Appropriate shoes should be chosen if the wedding is outside or on grass.

Self-Portrait –

Azaelea Pink Lace Dress

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Not every invitation has a dress code outlined. You can take on clues by looking whether the invitation itself is formal or casual. After six usually means to dress more formally than during the day. Churches, synagogues and even hotel ballrooms tend to be more formal than a park, garden or a beach. If you absolutely cannot figure out how to dress by looking at the invitation, don’t be shy. It’s better to ask the bride, groom or their families!

Hats are traditional, but by no means compulsory, at weddings. Just remember to choose your hat carefully making sure it compliments your height, body and outfit. Keep in mind that traditionally ladies decorate hats on the right hand side and be careful when greeting/kissing others when wearing a bigger headpiece.

Bundle  Maclaren –

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Wedding dress code – What not to wear!:

– Avoid wearing white – Unless you are invited to a white-themed wedding, don’t take attention away from the bride. Head-to-toe outfits in white or cream should never be worn and all black, unless cleverly accessorised, may look too sombre. Some consider Red to be unsuitable for guests to wear as it might draw to much attention.

– Don’t wear anything too short or too low-cut. Even worse, don’t wear something that is both too short and too low-cut. Consider wearing appropriate underwear or Spanx! The main point is to be careful to not show off too much.

– Many churches and synagogues require that women’s shoulders be covered, so if you want to wear somehing a little sexy for the reception, make sure to bring along a scarf or jacket so that you can cover up for the ceremony or change attire in between

– Don’t dress formal to a casual wedding and vice versa! Being overdressed for a wedding is just as uncomfortable as being underdressed.

Browse for more wedding guest dresses to rent at Girlmeetsdress.com ! We have a wide variety of evening wedding dresses, cocktail dresses for weddings, black tie wedding dresses and bridesmaid dresses for weddings available online.

 

 

 


NEW SAMPLES: CRU Kafe Light Roast

Girl Meets Dress love finding new products and we just know you are going to love our newest  find. Introducing CRU Kafe – a finer coffee in a Kinder Capsule and the Premium alternative to Nespresso.

CRU was created by four coffee enthused friends – Bodil, Colin, John and Matt with the desire to give people the chance to make great coffee at the press of a button – ethical, organic and easy to make. The capsules on the market didn’t tick their boxes, so they decided to make their own. CRU capsules are compatible with 99% of all machines on the market. CRU coffee is packaged in a recyclable pod that can be thrown out with your regular recycling.

They source the best beans in town and cultivate them from bean to cup to ensure only the finest tasting, highest quality coffee is produced. With four different blends: Light Roast, Dark Roast, Intense and DecafCru have everything sorted!

From CRU’s four flavours, Girl Meets Dress are happy to announce that starting this week you can get your very own sample of CRU Light Roast.

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CRU Light Roast (strength 7) is a delicate blend of 100% Arabica beans with hints of biscuit and caramel. It is perfect if you prefer a sweeter and finer taste, featuring three beans: Ethiopian 60%, Peruvian 30% and Indian 30%.

CRU Dark Roast (strength 9) is a stronger blend for those who like a rich flavour. Using only the best quality and high altitude Arabica beans from Brazil, Peru and Ethiopia. These beans are roasted darker to deliver a robust flavour that delivers  an intense chocolate, fruity & full bodied coffee.

CRU Intense (strength 12)  is a intense dark roast espresso, full bodied and powerful in flavour. It packs a real punch and is a must for you who prefer a darker and intense flavour!  Using a prized Tanzania Robusta bean special for its quality and unique organic certification (99% are not organic) the blend is balanced by the sweet and rich Indonesian Sumatra.

CRU Decaf (strength 5) is delicate and sweet in the cup. The bean has a well-rounded taste and best of all is that it  will not keep you up all night. It is well-balanced and accessible providing the perfect replacement for a low caffeine brew.

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