Introducing… The Katie Piper Floral Collection

Katie Piper has never been one to shy away from the spotlight, and has spent her career lifting others up when they need it most. The 33-year-old UK philanthropist, model and television presenter is known for her positive outlook, inspirational life experience and charity work which offers support and raises awareness for burns victims like herself.

After writing several successful books, appearing in her own documentary and setting up her own foundation she has decided to explore the world of fashion. Due to the huge success of her debut clothing collection earlier in the year, she now released a brand new range. Available on WantThatTrend.com it features a selection of dresses in a variety of alluring prints and shapes to suit every figure.

The Kate Piper Floral Collection is made up of 10 different styles including maxi dresses, skater dresses and a jumpsuit. Most pieces are available in sizes 6-24 and are aimed to be inclusive for women of all sizes. The range is extremely affordable with prices starting from just £24.95. As with her SS17 collection, £1.00 from the sale of every dress in the collection will be donated to The Katie Piper Foundation to help their great work with burns survivors.

Katie Piper comments: “I am absolutely thrilled to be expanding my clothing line with Victoria and the amazing team at WantThatTrend.com. I am obsessed with floral prints so wanted to dedicate a whole collection to them, and I hope that every woman across the country is able to feel fantastic and confident wearing them!”

Here are some of the highlights of the new collection:

The Rose Floral Maxi is a floor length, long-sleeved dress which features an on trend blush pink shade, dotted with an eye-catching red rose pattern which captures the Summer to Autumn transition perfectly. Pair with barely there nude heels for a September wedding or with tights and suede boots as the weather gets colder.

For a little retro-glam we love this Floral Fusion Maxi dress, which could easily be mistaken for genuine vintage. The definite 70s print and modern cut makes it easy to wear and appropriate for all ages. Add some oversized sunglasses and fedora for effortless weekend chic.

If you want something other than a dress this Navy Floral Jumpsuit is the only jumpsuit in the range, and it certainly stands out. The navy background sets off the multitude of vibrant colours found in the floral design, and the flared sleeves create a fashion-forward silhouette. Classy and comfortable for a date night in the city or Friday night cocktails with the girls.

The Black Floral Plunge Skater dress is at the top our wish list, and with a black floral dress always in fashion there’s no reason not to purchase this little gem! The fluted sleeves and hem give a feminine touch and the plunging neckline and waist tie are figure-hugging in all the right places. This is a classic item which you’ll be sure to reach for time and time again over your old favourite LBD.

Try the Orange Floral Skater Dress on for size and add a pop of sunshine to your day, in this burnt orange burst of colour. The high neckline makes this an ideal daytime dress for work or a formal lunch, and the flowing sleeves make it a good option for the cooler days and evenings.

Dont’ be disappointed, head to WantThatTrend.com now and pick up your favourite now. Victoria Molyneux, Founder of WantThatTrend.com comments: “It has been a pleasure working with Katie on her debut clothing collection and we couldn’t be more excited to continue working with her on this Floral Collection”.

Fiona Reid

Fiona Thomas is a lifestyle blogger based in Birmingham. She graduated with a degree in Commercial Music where she snuck into several journalism classes and realised her real passion was writing. She had a successful career in management for several years before returning to her calling and started developing Fiona Likes to Blog, whilst working freelance for other websites. She is a keen advocate of positive body image, mental health awareness, fitness and wellbeing.

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