Bring Movie Star Glamour to your Wardrobe


The Golden Globes may have come and gone but the glitz and glamour of the night has us reaching for our party dresses.

Here at Vesper247 weve been in awe over the fashion choices made at the awards and were going to give you the low down of how you can recreate these looks.

The star of the night, Emma Stone, wore a dazzling star printed Valentino gown, designed specifically for her by the Creative Director himself impressive right!

If youd like to recreate this look it is vital that you capture the glimmer of sparkle along with the underlining tone of blush pink.

Choose our girly Klaudine pleated skirt pairing light coloured heels and a shimmering clutch to feel Hollywood ready like Emma.

Dont forget to upload your outfit with the hashtag #ImWearingVesper  for a chance to feature on our blog and Instagram.

The trend that stormed the red carpet was a vibrant yellow hue that had us dreaming of those beautiful spring afternoons sipping a glass of vino while wearing our Lilianna midi.

Multiple stars hit all the right notes within this trend, with Emily Ratajkowski looked flawless with a daring golden yellow dress, and our favourite GoT actress Maisie Williams looked flawless in her Ong Oaj Pairam couture dress.

Want to get on the yellow trend? Our Buttercup Lilianna Bardot is the perfect dress for that spring wedding you have coming up. Get it now while stock lasts for only £35.00.

One of our favourite gowns of the night was a Georges Chakra gown, worn by comedic genius Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

Julia chose a sensational white dress with classic black detailing that showed off her beautifully feminine figure.

Check out our best selling Jules form-fitting midi Dress (also available in a fashion forward jumpsuit). Grab your Jules midi for that girls night out you have planned and pair with sexy black heels for a classic look like Julia.

If you decide to recreate one of our looks dont forget to tag us on Instagram @Vesper247, we cant wait to see what you come up with!

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