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My JJ’s House Dress Cocktail Dress

Everyone loves a good wedding, right? Especially when you’re a full day guest. I love nothing more than getting dressed up, keeping my Prosecco topped up and celebrating a day all about love.

But let’s face it: wedding guests – especially the ladies – get stressed out with what to wear. It’s a day full of photo opportunities, and a day you really want to look and feel your best.

For my friends wedding at The Villa in Wrea Green over the weekend, I turned up in this rather sassy yellow number…

It’s probably one of the first times I’ve really loved what I was wearing, from the tassel earrings I popped into my ears, right down to my Valentino copy shoes!

The dress in question is from JJ’s House, and it’s the A-Line Princess V-neck Tea-Length Chiffon Cocktail Dress With Pleated Skirt.

It’s literally the cocktail dress I always wanted to own, but never quite found. I was a little nervous to wear this colour just at the beginning of April, with the weather so hit and miss. But while the rain stayed away and the sun shone brightly, it was absolutely perfect!

You know you have found a fabulous occasion dress when everyone compliments you. I shared it on my Insta Stories during the wedding, and everyone flocked into my DM’s asking me for the link before I even had time to share it!

You can find it over on my Instagram below, if you’d like another little nosey…

JJ’s House have so many show stopping, stunning dresses for occasions, but they also retail a range perfect for your own wedding, or if you’re a bridesmaid.

In fact, they are a fantastic dress retailer for proms and parties, so make sure you take advantage of my 10% off discount. Just enter Emma by April 15th for your 10% off!

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