I am already lucky enough to own three Chi Chi dresses (the Rita dress [worn here], the Ursulina dress [worn here] and most recently the gorgeous Dionis dress, which I had a lot of fun prancing around in here). Yet there is something about Chi Chi that leaves me wanting more. Heck- what girl wouldn't love to have a wardobe full of beautiful, sparkly dresses to suit every occasion? This is why when I heard that they were holding a Blogger competition with etail PR to win £200 to spend on their online store (more details on how to enter yourself here- Be quick, it ends tomorrow!), I had to get my entry in.
I had great difficulty narrowing down my favourite dresses to a modest number for this wishlist- Even if I did win the £200 prize I would have a lot of decision making to do as even this selection would set me back a little more than that. Chi Chi dresses are so reasonably priced for the quality of them though- if the brand had been around five years ago when I needed a dress for my High School prom I would have happily settled for a £40-50 dress from there instead of my £200+ ball gown which, although it was beautiful and I love it so, hasn't been taken out of its dust bag since prom night.
I adore the contrast of the gold sequin detail against the blue fabric on the Stella dress (2); it makes for one of those "throw on" outfits for a last minute night out as it doesn't need much accessorizing. With a lot of Chi Chi dresses, however, the detail is quite discreet until looked at closely, like on the Krista (1) and Analee (5) dresses, which look beautiful but plain from a distance but actually have the most gorgeous detailing on the bodice. And if sequins and rhinestones aren't really your thing, Chi Chi has still got your back with classic "will-never-get-old" numbers like the Verda bandage dress (3) which comes in a few different colours and looks so flattering. Since receiving my colourful Dionis dress I also have a thing for Chi Chi maxi dresses as they make me feel so elegant haha, even though this time I am lusting over the classy monochrome Roxanna dress (4) with its "gladiator"-style geometric bodice embellishment.
Do you own any Chi Chi dresses? Which are your favourites?