Winter Gardens Open Day

AD- Dress gifted by ChicWish

This year, The Winter Gardens in Blackpool opened their doors allowing the public to explore every bit of the glorious building. Since I moved to Blackpool I have always wanted to explore other bits of the Winter Gardens. As you know it’s one of my favorite places in Blackpool to take photos, especially when it’s cold and windy outside. I finally had the chance to visit and loved every minute of it.

You get to go everywhere within the Winter Gardens, including visiting the backstage dressing rooms, the Empress Ballroom, and Spanish Hall just to name a few. Open day is also the chance to learn some history of the building, which was first opened in 1878.

These photos were taken inside the Baronial Hall, which was just stunning. This hall was styled and designed after an authentic Jacobean banqueting suite. Situated between the Renaissance Room and Spanish Hall. The Baronial Hall is perfect for meetings, conferences ceremonies and so much more!

This gorgeous Cotton Candy midi dress from ChicWish is the perfect example of why cream pieces aren’t limited to just spring and summer. This dress is such a great length for any time of year! How great would it be paired with a fun and colorful teddy bear coat!?

As you may know, I have been working with ChicWish for a while now. They kindly send me some of their gorgeous clothes review and shoot. When you shop through any of my links, I receive a small portion of the sales and you end up supporting the content I create!

How gorgeous are these dramatic sleeves? I mean they are billowy, flowy and lightweight.
I love the simple silhouette with the touch of dramatic sleeves. This dress features a small tie, to tie in the back to make the waist look a bit more tailored! I’m wearing a small, which is my true to size. I could have done x-small for an even more fitted look.

{Dress-C/O ChicWish} {Bag- Primark} {Shoes-C/O Donald J Pliner}

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