Ladies! So this week I have the premier of ‘Luckless’ coming up! Something I filmed a few months ago, and its being screened in Leicester square at the Empire Cinema on the 1st August! As you can imagine, I’m super excited to see it and to see myself and the rest of the cast on the big screen! I cant wait!
But first things first ladies…What the hell do I wear?! After searching high and low, I had found nothing that ticked my list. I wanted a white dress. It is summer after all. Something that was just my style, wasn’t too dressy, but beautiful and classic, with beautiful lines, a lovely fit, looked expensive (but wasn’t) and something unique. It was then that I came across Panya London. I wanted to share with you, my little find.
Panya London is a ‘fresh new exciting womens fashion label’ founded by two sister Natalie and Lexi Panayi. (Natalie featured in the series 9 of the BBC’s apprentice.)
Here’s what their website says;
“Panya London understands the power of the perfect dress. That is why when designing each dress they ensure it provides the finest of fits, exceptional quality, and combines key trends using luxury fabrics from Italy, Spain and France.
The brand has already found a devoted fashion following amongst some of the best retailers and a trend setting celebrity clientele.
Found in stockists across the UK, Panya London is a truly British brand. The key to their success is the belief that fashion shouldn’t just look great, it should feel great.”
Their first Spring summer collection is 12 dresses all in gorgeous colours. The thing I really liked about the collection, is the different cuts and skirt options on each dress so you are guaranteed to find one that suits your shape. From body con, skater, mini’s, midi, maxi’s, backless and non backless to suit all body types.
I went for the backless white Ava dress. It was exactly what I was looking for and at £50 within budget. It ticked all my boxes. It arrived a couple of days later and was exactly as It looked in the photo. Often, I find when ordering online, The material isn’t perhaps as thick or as well made as you could have hoped. Heck, I once bought something that arrived in Neon Pink. I had placed the order being led to believe it was peach! The dress is beautiful, well made and is currently hanging up dying to be worn!
After ordering the dress, I was flicking through the pages of a gossip mag on the train, I saw in an interview that Lucy M from TOWIE stating she had just bought the exact same dress! Copy cat 😉
Take a look at their collection here, and see what they have to offer you!
I can’t wait to wear it to the Premier of ‘Luckless.’ I will be sure to take pictures and show you all!
Now…where can I get some shoes to match?