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Every girl needs a little black dress in her wardrobe. What? You don't have one? Well then let me introduce you to this snazzy little number from Nicce. I wish I could've taken better photos to show you the straps and the back of the dress but it's September now (practically winter) and it was far too cold up north for me to get my bare shoulders out. However, I am pleased to inform you that this dress has cross-back detailing and the straps are super thin, which IMO makes it super cool. So as the title of this post suggests, let us commence with an investigation into how this essential black bodycon dress can be styled for (almost) any occasion.

1. The big night out

So the obvious one is the night out. I've sort of channeled my inner, sassy, hoop-earring wearing alter-ego in these photos and I am loving it. And FYI the dress is super comfy so it's perfect if you're a bit of an active dancer on a night out. I know I am. I also threw on my new teddy jacket from H&M which I am completely and utterly obsessed with right now - which admittedly would be a bit of a nightmare to carry around on a night out but whatever, it's so cute!

2. At work

Black Bodycon Dress - Nicce
Blazer - ASOS (similar here)

A little black dress for work? Say whaaa? Well who says you can't be sassy in the office too. Work dressing is easy, just throw on a blazer and any shoes that aren't trainers and voila! Sorted.

3. A casj day out

Kimono - Vintage

If you're not ~hip~ enough to know already, casj is short for casual and this look is definitely casj. I've always been a fan of pairing a nice skirt or dress with scruffy trainers. Think Hilary Duff in A Cinderella Story wearing the ball gown with converse. Nice dress + trainers = super cool, laid-back, model-on-the-Topshop-website vibes. And this kimono is a vintage gem from eBay that cost me like £2. Winner!

So there you have it, one dress, three ways. We have defied the very boundaries of fashion! And don't forget to check out the Nicce website for more gems like this dress, I promise you there's loads of nice things on there!


*This post was written in collaboration with Nicce*



Inter-seasonal dressing is famously hard to get right. Is it summer? Is it autumn? Who knows! So what do we do about it? We look to our old friend, the good old trench coat. Chic, stylish and easy to wear, the trench coat is the number one item that you need in your wardrobe this season - whatever season it is! And in case you weren't aware, Jack Wills has an amazing selection of women's trench coats this year - with clean lines and a range of colours, what's not to love?! So, let's get started!


Trench Coat - Jack Wills
White T-shirt Dress - ASOS
Chunky Ankle Boots - Public Desire
Oversized Fedora - Boohoo

I absolutely adore this look! It looks so put together yet so effortless. I've always been a fan of a T-shirt dress and chunky boots but the trench coat is what really brings together an otherwise simple look to create modern Parisian vibes - it's a yes from me!


Trench Coat - Jack Wills
Jacquard Trousers - ASOS
Oversized White Shirt - Missguided
Strappy Black Heels - In The Style
Handbag - Aldo

This look is one for all those girl bosses out there! There is literally no substitute for a crisp white shirt and I love this oversized one from Missguided - yes, I'm obsessed with oversized-ness! Pair it with these statement metallic trousers for a look that screams confidence and assertiveness. Who run the world? Girls!


Trench Coat - Jack Wills
Jumpsuit - Missguided
Black Stilettos - Silk Fred
Statement Necklace - Aldo

Who knew that you could wear a trench coat on a night out? Well it turns out you can! Pair a classic trench with a sassy black jumpsuit and a statement necklace for ultimate glamour. Leave the trench open to avoid looking like you're on your way to a business meeting - and to show off your amazing outfit, obvs!

So there you have it. Three ways to style the classic trench coat whilst looking like an ultimate style icon. You can find more info on how to style a trench coat on Jack Wills' website, along with loads of other snazzy jackets that will keep you cosy this autumn!

*Please note, this post has been written in affiliation with Jack Wills