1 Fever Dress, 3 ways

Recently  Fever London set the excellent challenge of 1 dress styled 3 ways to correspond with fever’s 3 main styles:


City (work wear)

Heritage (casual )

So with my beautiful red Chelsea Pencil Dress i set out to try and create 3 looks with 1 dress… 


I wanted a smart look that could work for a wedding or evening doo, or a party. 

The rich red dress is perfect for a special event, with its curve clinging material and flattering cut its really a perfect party dress. I chose to go with a little black and white theme with the red striking out form beneath.


 I wanted to pull together a smart work outfit for the City Look, to do this i layered a light cream blouse under the red dress to give a more covered look. Plus air con in offices can be chilly. I finished off with a trench, a smart shoulder bag and blue heels for a pop of colour fun.

And finally

Heritage (Casual)

 This was the one style i thought i may struggle with.  Heritage it may not be but casual weekender it is. I actually ended up loving this outfit and will definitely sport this come the weekend. With the scarf and denim jacket being perfect for this in-betweeny weather, and flat practical shoes for comfort and ease, I was sold on this weekend easy outfit.

So there we have it ladies, 1 dress 3 ways.

Do you have a dress that works in lots of different ways for you?

if you are a Fever lover and have a Fever dress yourself  then you need to get invloved in teh excellent competition they are running;
Get dressed up in your beautiful Fever dress, snap a great photo of yourself in it and post to  TwitterInstagram or Facebook with the hastag #WearingFever and you could be in with a chance to win Ā£100 Fever Voucher… See all the details HERE..
So come on ladies get snapping, and if you do, tweet me or IG me so i can see you in all your glory!!!

Good Luck!!

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  1. May 21, 2014 / 1:14 pm

    Love all the three ways! The city look is really innovative! You look beautiful <3

    Do check out my blog!

  2. May 21, 2014 / 1:25 pm

    I love seeing things styled multiple ways because that is real life! You were so creative. How fun! I can't decide which one is my favorite. I love the red lip with the dress and necklace on the first look. I also like the shoe color you chose for the second one. You look beautiful!

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

    • May 21, 2014 / 1:33 pm

      thank you Amy for your lovely words.. so pleased you like the outfits. And i would be honoured to be featured…thank you! x

  3. May 22, 2014 / 12:48 am

    You are rockin' all these looks, girl! Love it! And I am insanely jealous of your ability to rock the red lip as well!

    thanks for linking up!

  4. May 22, 2014 / 11:13 am

    It's incredible how one piece of clothing can be so versatile, you have talent in the style department Rachel šŸ™‚

  5. May 23, 2014 / 3:54 am

    Ooh, I am such a sucker for red dresses! I loooove this dress, the cut is classic yet elegant. My fave is the third look, though, just because it feels like easier to wear on an everyday basis šŸ™‚

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  6. May 23, 2014 / 7:02 am

    WOW that is a gorgeous Fever Red Dress and you did an excellent job styling it three ways. =) I love it so much. I also love all of your shoes and bags in this post, Rachel. My favorite is the City (Workwear Look). I'd love to feature that look (if you will allow me) next Wednesday on May 28th for my Spring Must Have special, which in this case was Trenchcoats. For more read the post below. And please let me know if I can feature it, link back to you and bring more readers your way, of course.


    Check out how I wore one of my Trenchcoats more recently. Comment on the post above and let me know if I can feature this gorgeous look. Thank you friend. =)

    <3 Ada.

  7. May 26, 2014 / 11:09 am

    Red with a pop of blue is just perfection.
    Thank you for being part of Share-in-Style

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