What I love most about Rochelle’s dress is its price. The dress itself comes from Nobody’s Child, which, since launching in 2015, has focused its energy on creating responsibly-made clothes at an accessible price point, promising to use conscious fabrics, reduce waste and always be transparent with its processes. At £59, it’s a cost-per-wear no-brainer. I’ll wear it with flat slider sandals to see out the dog days of summer, then switch to knee-high boots in glossy burgundy or brown suede for autumn.
If you love Rochelle Humes’ Nobody’s Child dress as much as I do, you’ll be pleased to hear it’s still in stock and that it also comes in a chic black colourway. I’ve shopped out both for you below, accompanied by an edit of other Nobody’s Child dresses that look way more expensive than their price tags. Enjoy!