I really liked the look of everything on the website – everything was really on trend (albeit a wee bit pricey for my liking) and there were a lot of options to choose from.
I decided on a black button up mini skirt with embroidered flowers on as I’ve been lacking in the skirt department of my wardrobe.
At £24.99 it was a bit more than I’d usually pay for something like this, but I loved the embroidery (if you watched my last Asos & Primark haul, you’ll have gathered that) and was willing to pay a little bit more.
I really liked that there was a little info section at the botttom of the page that tells you a little bit more about the company – I like to know who I’m buying from so this was a big tick!
As it was my first order, I was given a discount code for 20% off my order so with shipping, my total came to £21.98
Big tick for having PayPal as a payment option – it’s great to have some protection when ordering online and a good sign that they’re a reputable retailer.
To see my first impressions on what I thought, check out my video below;
I was also surprised to see an email come through which included an affiliate link which was a nice touch (please note that the above link is affiliated and I may get a small commission from any purchases made – this doesn’t cost you anything extra, but is a nice gesture for me!)
Overall, I felt that it was a tad overpriced for the quality of what arrived, but do love it all the same. I’d shop with them again but probably wouldn’t spend as much and would recommend them for a variety of on trend pieces.
Let me know about your experiences with Miss Bella in the comments and if you’re enjoying this review series so far!
Until next time…