Making wishlists on Lyst

Have you ladies come across Lyst yet? It is such a sleek website and so beautifully laid out. I just came across it recently and I am loving it.
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The concept is really clever too; it’s essentially loads of the best known fashion designers PLUS all your favourite high street stores all under one roof, so you can browse it all without hoping from one site to another. So you’ve got everything from Lanvin, Gucci and Burberry to Self Portrait (love), ASOS, Topshop, Zara and H&M – All in the same place!

Making ‘Lysts’

One of the features I particularly love about this site is the clever functionality to create your very own ‘Lysts’. Being the organisational madster that I am (I love a good list!!) I had a lot of fun with this feature! In a nutshell, it is an easy way to save all your favourite items into a wishlist as such, but your wishlists can be divided up into categories, like ‘Date Night Ideas’, ‘Holiday Looks’ or whatever you want to call them yourself.
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I created an ‘Occasion Wear Lyst’ as that is one of the key things you ladies are always looking for; inspiration and outfit ideas on what to wear for a big occasion, like a wedding!
Here is a sample of items from my Occasion Wear Looks Lyst:

All dresses from "Untold" Shop here

All dresses from “Untold” Shop here

 Outfit Ideas

Out all all the items I saw, I’ve chosen two Untold dresses from my ‘Lyst’ which I think would be gorgeous for an upcoming wedding.

Shop The Looks

All items from Lyst. Just click on the item below to view it on the site
Look 1
Dress by Untold, €211HeelsClutch Earrings |
Look 2
Dress by Untold, €155HeelsClutch | Bracelets |
Have any of you tried Lyst before? I definitely suggest having a look 🙂
‘Til next time
Naomi xx

Naomi Clarke is the owner and creator of The Style Fairy. Naomi, a qualified fashion stylist and personal shopper has over 12 years experience in fashion, personal shopping, blogging, styling and PR both in Ireland and abroad. Having spent 2 years working in the fashion industry in Sydney and then in Singapore, Naomi relocated back to Dublin to set up her own business in 2013 and so began The Style Fairy.