Luxemme Limited Edition Cecile Bardot Twist Cut Out Dress

An LBD is something that should be in everybody's wardrobe for that night when you just have nothing else to wear (keeping in mind that you still have clothes hanging there with the tags still intact. Yes we are all guilty...) The lovely people at Luxemme got in contact and gifted me with this, 'the Cecile Bardot Twist Cut Out dress'

Luxemme Limited Edition Cecile Bardot Twist Cut Out Dress

The first thing that drew me to this LBD was the upper half. I don't like low cut tops or dresses so I like how this has a halter style to it with huge cut outs at the shoulders. As far as that goes, it's quite different to anything that I have saw on the high-street lately. I was actually surprised at the material of this dress, from looking on the website I thought it was a bodycon or 'scuba' material but it isn't, it definitely isn't 'skin tight' which is good if you are a little conscious of tight clothing.

Luxemme Limited Edition Cecile Bardot Twist Cut Out Dress

I have honestly never heared of Luxemme before but they are certainly a brand to watch. I love how they are so blogger friendly and show photos of 'real' people wearing their clothes. (Check out their 'spotted' gallery here). Another thing that I like is the 'countdown' in the form of ' ONLY 10 LEFT' etc. Really though, who wants to miss out? Not me! It's great for keeping your eye on what's popular and what is getting snapped up quick!

This dress is part of the Limited Edition range, if you do prefer something that is lower cut with the same should cut outs then you should definitely check out the Wyatt Crepe Plunge dress. If soft and floaty fabrics are more your thing, have a look at the Elodie Crepe Cape dress. This reminds me of cape blazers, something that I really want but haven't found the perfect one just yet!

Luxemme Limited Edition Cecile Bardot Twist Cut Out Dress
Et voila, the full outfit! With an LBD I just love gold accessories but I'm thinking that a red stiletto would also look amazing. If you wanted to go all out just imagine how a Loubie shoe would look, patent black with shiny red sole. Yum.

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