I was recently approached by a friendly representative from Dresslink. The worldwide online fashion retailer is known for its trendy styles and affordable (very low) prices. They had asked if I was interested in teaming up — I’d receive some of the items on my wishlist for review on the blog in exchange for some good promo and special offers for our readers! I was very interested in this opportunity, especially because I visit the Dresslink site frequently and over the last year I’ve accumulated a full cart’s worth of wishlist items and just hadn’t gotten around to ordering any of them until now. Plus, a good chunk of my wardrobe is from the Toronto store Spoof, which primarily offers the exact styles found on Dresslink. In fact, I’ve already featured one of them in my tribal sweater outfit post. So, after some research and finding that other bloggers were pleased with their own Dresslink partnerships, I happily agreed.
In about 16-45 days (hey, with prices that low for clothes so cute, I’m totally patient about estimated shipping times) I’ll be receiving the following items to add to my spring/summer style rotation. Check back here to see how I style each piece and for my full review.
An on-trend skirt right now that I never would have bothered to buy anywhere else for a price tag higher than $10.53. It’s not something I’d normally see myself in but I thought it would be a good opportunity to step outside of my comfort zone. I chose the navy blue version, which has received some nice reviews. Depending on how poofy it ends up being on me, I envision styling it for an elegant work outfit.
Sequin Peter Pan collar puff sleeve blouse — $8.12
How cute is this top? I’m into sequins more than I should be. I can see this being a great year-round piece, but I’d especially rock it during holidays and special occasions.
Faux leather envelope clutch — $2.83
I’m very much a fan of envelope-style clutches, so I love the simplicity of this design. Plus I needed a light-toned clutch for spring/summer.
Not a style piece, but a beauty item. For those tiny but oh-so-stubborn and unflattering hairs for areas on the face like your lip area (yup, that’s me), jawline, sideburns, etc. NOT for your eyebrows though ’cause that would be a disaster.
Have you purchased anything from Dresslink? Or if you’re new to it and just checking it out now, which items have caught your eye? Let me know in the comments section below!
- Check out the Dresslink homepage to see what’s up.
- Head over to their flash-buy page for some special offers (styles as low as $0.01).