July 4, 2014


So around last 2 week, I was invited to Dorothy Perkins Exclusive Collection Launching, All About Rose. I said yes right away when they invited me since I actually love their brand for their pretty feminine collections (you can see how I love something girly and sweet). So without further intro, let's see how the event goes right away through my pics!
The event was in one of their store, Dorothy Perkins Central Park. Just as we enter the store,  we are already treated with such a pretty rose themed tea party set, just as the collection's name. I love!
Met Cathy & Michelle at the event, we don't forget to take a pic first for sure.
Pretty dresses and floral set on the front store display. I want all of them.
And here's a corner of their exclusive All About Rose collection. I want to scream pretty!
After we enjoyed chit chat with other bloggers there and enjoying the tea set, I was given a chance by them to choose anything I want from their All About Rose collection, I'm definitely a happy girl back then! So after scrolling and scrolling through their displays, I finally made a tough decision (as all of their collections caught my eyes with such pretty prints and feminine vibes). I finally made up my mind for this piece, which u might already see on my instagram if you follow my account :)
Took a picture with Regina Raquel with our new super pretty clothes.
Zoom zoom to the prettiness
And what a pretty details they have too for this piece!
I have no reason not to love their collection and share it to all of you, and here's another pictures from their official lookbook.
Embrace print this Summer with Dorothy Perkins’ new collection – All About Rose a brand new collection that draws inspiration from our namesake: an English Rose.  This delicious collection of standout dresses, pleated skirts, soft tailoring and stunning separates has been pulled together to mix textures and prints; and encapsulates the floral trend with roses and flower detailing in jacquard, lace, appliqué  and embroidery.
As the name suggests this new 16 piece collection includes the literal Rose print but also has subtle floral insignias and tone on tone stitching to create a feminine and romantic aesthetic that works for every summer occasion.
Building on our British heritage as we fast approach our centenary, All About Rose by Dorothy Perkins is a collection that takes a romanticised stance on florals for summer and uses blush and candy colours mixed with cornflower blues to create a pastel hue.
Key pieces from the collection include the pale pink boyfriend jacket, rose jacquard pencil skirt and matching structured top, pink appliqué floral cropped blouse, the wide leg trouser in print and pastel tones  and the blue and pink exclusive rose print that has been worked onto skirts, tops and dresses.

If you love the collections as much as I do, you can hurry up and visit their stores at Central Park or Grand Indonesia and shop the items. Once again, you need to hurry up because the collection are exclusive, and for sure, it's limited. I actually have another one I'm falling in love with but it already ran out of my size back then, so I hope you don't miss them.


  1. Wow that collection looks so beautiful! I just love that floral dress with the sheer top.

  2. Such a beautiful collection <3


  3. you look beautiful in that rose dress Julian !!!


  4. the rose themed clothing items were lovely!! x3

    cheer, michelle

  5. so glad to meet you the other day
    and you look so pretty in the dress!
    style frontier

  6. the dress is super pretty :)

    Love, Leonita

  7. simply amazing. Enjoying reading your posts, keep in touch! xx Peach


  8. Hi, Juls
    I really love this post, I have been following you quite a while on Instagram, I love how you mix and match the white outfit from cloth inc, although right now I couldn’t wear it because I’m pregnant, but need to tell you that I bought almost all your tanktops, its amazing collection LOL. Keep writing and inspire us \(^__^)/


  9. i love this particular collection too!


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