These Spell Designs dresses have been on major repeat in my wardrobe lately…
Despite being an actual hoarder shopaholic, dresses are the one thing I can’t seem to control my sartorial urges over. And if there’s one brand that makes me want to click **add to cart** faster than Usain Bolt it’s Spell & The Gypsy Collective.
Coming from the bohemian chic shores of Byron Bay, Spell Designs are the absolute queen of cute boho prints, easy to throw on dresses, flowing maxi pieces and dreamy fabrics inspired by every corner of the globe.
With Splendour In The Grass just around the corner and the Northern Hemisphere smack bang in the middle of Summer, I thought there would be no better time to share the Spell Design dresses that I can’t stop wearing.
Please note: this post is not sponsored, I am just like a major, screaming, “throw-your-pants-at-00s-boybands” fangirl of this brand.
Spell Designs Celestial Mini Dress
Dress: Spell Celestial Mini Dress in Chambray. Note: Go a size up in this one or two sizes if you are pear shaped. I am wearing a size L and I normally wear an S or M.
Boots: Topshop at The Iconic
Bag: Rebecca Minkoff
Choker and Earrings: Lovisa
The Spell Designs Celestial Mini Dress is like Ariel and Cinderella went to 70s San Francisco and designed a dress. Dotted with oh-so-adorable stars, moons and flowers with a juxtaposing short and saucy length, the Celestial Mini Dress really allows me to embrace my inner Disney Princess whilst still looking like a socially acceptable adult.
I funked up this ultra feminine mini dress with these black open-toe boots, which gave it a little bit of oxymoronic toughness. I added my trusty black Rebecca Minkoff and enhanced the festival vibes of the dress with bohemian silver jewellery.
Although this dress is one of my wardrobe go-tos now, much like that one friend that seems rude when you first meet them, we didn’t get off to the best start. I purchased this dress online in a size small, only for it to barely stretch over my hips and have my butt bulge out of the bottom (no pun intended). I sold my small size online and opted for a large, which, despite me normally wearing a small in the brand, fits me much better. If you have larger hips or a pear shaped figure, I recommend going two sizes larger than your normal size.
Spell Designs Florence Mini Dress
Boots: Midas Shoes
Bag: Cult Gaia
The best thing about the Spell Designs Florence mini dress is the fine golden strands that run through the fabric. This, plus exaggerated bell sleeves, adorable frill details and the oversized flowy shape (ain’t no food babies in this dress) makes it an off shoulder dress with a difference.
As a matter of fact, this dress is so flowy and romantic that I sort of feel like I want to just float around the house in it and pretend I’m some sort of mythical being. Sorry not sorry.
This cute dress looks equally as adorable whilst cinched and belted and also looks great over leather pants for a look that your Nan/Mum/prudish next door neighbor wouldn’t tut-tut at.
I teamed this dress with my studded black boots and trusty Ark clutch.
Spell Designs Rosa Playdress
Dress: Spell Rosa Playdress
I’m not normally one for pink, but the stunning peachy blush tone of the Spell Designs Rosa dress had me hooked. The strange thing about this dress is that even though it has layers of ruffles, florals and is pink, I don’t feel like I’m as twee as Little Miss Moffat. As a matter of fact, there’s something about the slightly oversized, flowy nature of this dress that makes it ideal for chic travels, festivals and anything that requires you to move but still look awesome! See hubby/boyfriend/partner: fashion can be practical!
Once again, I roughed up this cute Spell and The Gypsy Collective dress with leather boots and added my trusty basket bag. Then I pranced along infinite palm trees and pretended I was in some sort of fashion campaign. Well…as you do.