Save the Date Dress Guide
Save the Date Dress Guide
Here we go again, with Bojo's news this week, it's good news for weddings as the limit will finally be scrapped this week. But a four week delay in coming out of Lockdown takes us to July 19 for our new freedom Save the Date. Discover a large range of Freedom dresses now on sale taking us out of Lockdown. Discover short, midi and maxi dress for all occasions, the choice is endless. So here's to patience and finally coming out of COVID restrictions on July 19. Here's a re-cap since the Government's announcement in February. We've come a long, long way baby. . .
School’s are back in England (probably phased returns for secondary schools after COVID testing pupils) and you get to meet outdoors with your favourite pal (two people allowed to meet outdoors). Catch up in the local park and don trainers with your favourite midi floral dress, layered in the chilly spring sunshine with a handy cardigan. For teachers, grab your work wardrobe essentials from mix and match tops in the latest colours to bright prints to add a splash of energy into your classroom – use code TEACHERSRHEROS for a 10% off in checkout (because you deserve it)
March 29 – Save the Date Dress Guide, Easter is on
Easter is on! You can plan that easter egg hunt with the kiddies in the garden, sharing the fun with one other household. Boris Johnson has said the rule of six will begin again on March 29 (or more can meet together outside if just 2 households). Essential dresses include yellow brights, try our Amo Couture Betsy dress for daisy print freshness, add a layer for colder days such as a gilet. Easter school holidays are due to last two weeks for the UK, so this means adventures across beauty spots although campsites won't yet be open, you can still day trip, maybe head for the coast. Wear our Baloot white St Tropez dress for a flirtatious Aztec vibe. Fancy a spot of golf or tennis? March 29 sees these popular sports returning.
April 12 – Cocktails & Hair Salons
Hurray for cocktails with the girls! Pubs re-open from April 12 (although it will be for outside only). Expect pubs to cater for clients in all manner of styles in beer gardens, outside tent areas for rainy days and heated dining pods for cosy restaurant eating outdoors. This is when you can wear a trendy satin day dress with small heels (try to avoid the grassy areas). Again, only six people at a time but you can meet with your friends around the table in the garden area for a cocktail or two. If you’re brave, wear a cocktail dress and really go to town and dress up – after all, we’ve been in joggers for a year and it’s about time we got up off the sofa. Shops also re-open. Plan a shopping date with your bestie and dress to impress with a satin blouse, leatherette pant and a large shopping bag. The simple pleasure of grabbing a coffee outside will be a relief for many, we've all missed a natter with a friendly face. And we cannot forget, hair and beauty salons re-open. Book now to avoid disappointment, queues are expected to be long for your favouirte stylist. Our image shows the new range from Atom Label, see if you can find your next dress here. . .
May 17 – Staycations, Weddings & Festivals
Finally, we’re going to go back inside pubs and restaurants. It’s a key Save the Date Dresses Guide moment. Being inside means you can wear less layers and really show off your fashion style to the full. Wear mini dresses and air those lengthy pins to the British sunshine. Dive into our Holiday Shop for staycation essentials such as bikinis, summer dresses, warm basics and loungewear. Music festivals are also set to open on this date. Alongside all arena events, such as football and rugby. You should be planning your holiday abroad (although you won’t be allowed to travel until after June 21) but you can pack your suitcases ready for lift off! And Ladies Days at race courses may be back on, although watch this space for more news on this. Ascot's race day Ladies day is supposed to be June 17 2021. we're wondering if this will be put back a week to allow unlimited access? What's your thoughts on this?
Save the Date Dresses Guide – July 19 - Freedom Day!
Freedom! Throw your windows wide and shout from the rooftops. All curbs will be ending. Life goes back to some kind of normal. What are you planning to do to celebrate? Proms are being held as pupils from all years catch up on their must have graduation celebration. Our Prom Shop is fully stocked and already flying with long, maxi dresses of all shapes and sizes. Will you be entertaining and partying all summer? Or will you be a bit more cautious? We’d love to hear your thoughts on this. Also, we know many maybe struggling with grief or mental health issues and for all of you we send big hugs, we can do this. . .
Weddings are on our radar
Wedding belles delight, Boris has given the green light with unlimited guest lists from June 21. Don't forget to discover 100s of bridal, bridesmaids, wedding guest and Mother of the Bride outfits in our boutique online shop with unique designs. So here's the easing of wedding restrictions in a nutshell:
- 12th of April weddings for up to 15 people
- 17th May weddings for up to 30 people
- 21st June - Unlimited weddings, but no singing and dancing
- 19 July - all Covid restrictions are lifted
And a note of caution. . .
And finally, freedom depends on us. Let’s not blow it. Let’s continue to socially distance, get vacinated when called and follow the rules. Freedom means back to normal but we also have to make sure our COVID-19 rate stays low, vaccination rate remains high and we continue to mask up and wash our hands. . .but we will do it. Better times are around the corner. . .