scalloped edges

Good morning! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I’m slowly but surely recovering from an amazing wedding – huge congrats to Joe and Jo! So, onto today’s post and I’ve been increasingly noticing a trend that is synonymous with Chloé and Stella McCartney… scalloped edges. It brings a subtly chic touch to garments, and I’ve found that it’s not just a look for fashion; it also works incredibly well in the world of interiors, stationery and party accessories. So feast your eyes on these delicious scallops and tell me, dear readers… will you be tucking into this trend?

{images via pinterest}


{1. Topshop knitted pink stripe top – £40 / 2. See by Chloé scalloped jersey dress – £195 / 3. New Look floral bow bag – £19.99 / 4. Monsoon Jamila scarf – £70 / 5. Warehouse scallop edge coat – £100 / 6. Topshop peach scalloped cropped jeans – £40 / 7. Dune Pizazz bracelet – £30 / 8. New Look cut out shoe boot – £24.99 / 9. Dorothy Perkins scallop neck top – £14 / 10. Azzaro brushed-silk dress – £1,880 / 11. Temperley London georgette dress – £640 / 12. Marc Jacobs scalloped dress – £1,370 / 13. Dorothy Perkins cream scalloped beaded dress – £21 / 14. Miss Selfridge scallop sequin cardigan – £40 / 15. KG by Kurt Geiger Hermione platform shoes – £150}

COMMENTS   comments3

  1. kay berwick
    14 March 2011 at 7:44 am

    I want the shoes in the top picture. They would be perfect for a wedding

  2. Josie
    15 March 2011 at 2:59 am

    I think that scalloped edges are SO sweet and pretty. I especially love that Warehouse coat and Dune necklace; they’re stunning and so ladylike.
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

  3. lauren
    15 March 2011 at 10:46 pm

    LOVE this post. i am obsessed with the scallop trend this season too. your blog is fabbbulous :)

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