Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

May 16, 2017

Nine by Savannah Miller black rose print dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Last week we went to see a Bob Dylan concert in Liverpool and decided to make the most of it by staying overnight. Rather than book one of the big hotel chains we chose the modern and luxurious Titanic Hotel in the Stanley Dock complex. We were not disappointed. The superior room was very spacious with a high ceiling and full length window that was perfect for outfit shots.

If you’re unsure about pattern mixing this dress is a great way to dip your toe in the water as the work is done for you.

Wearing this black rose print dress at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool seemed appropriate, given that Rose was the main character in the film about the ill-fated ship. The mix of modern and traditional surroundings is reflected in the dress, with the classic floral print used in a modern cut. If you’re unsure about pattern mixing this dress is a great way to dip your toe in the water as the work is done for you.

The assymetric crossover style with the different prints was the thing that really drew me to this dress. I also love the high neckline with the cut out section at the back. It manages to be sexy without flashing the flesh. I considered pairing it with blush pink shoes, but decided on the black cage sandals to add to the air of mystery that pervades the dark and moody corridors of the hotel.

Rum and tobacco imported from exotic locations were stored here in the great brick buildings…

The Titanic Hotel is located in what was the North Warehouse, part of which was damaged in a World War II air raid. The area is undergoing redevelopment, with apartments, bars and shops planned to breathe new life into this historic location. Stanley Dock is one of the six sites in Liverpool making up its UNESCO World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City listing. Rum and tobacco imported from exotic locations were stored here in the great brick buildings while Liverpool hummed with emigrants from all over Europe preparing to set sail for the New World. It quickly became the Second City of the Empire, and trading through its docks and canals was key to its prosperity.

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool Moda in Pelle cage sandals

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool


Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Nine by Savannah Miller at Debenhams dress | Moda in Pelle sandals (old) | handmade rose quartz bracelet

Despite living within easy reach of the city it was only my second visit to Liverpool

The hotel is a 20 minute walk to Albert Dock so we took a stroll in the sunshine on both the day we arrived and the day after the concert. Sitting by the dock sipping prosecco was a real treat. Despite living within easy reach of the city it was only my second visit to Liverpool; the previous time was almost two years ago when I went to the NW Bloggers meet up. This recent trip has certainly whetted my appetite – I’ve yet to set foot in Liverpool One shopping centre! Forgoing the retail therapy (I was with my husband after all) we paid a brief visit to the Tate. There’s no admission fee but a donation of £4 is recommended, which is fantastic value.

One of the lambananas located at Pier Head outside the Museum of Liverpool features some of the city’s bands.  The original superlambanana was designed by Japanese artist Taro Chiezo with the city specifically in mind, as both the banana and lamb were once common cargo in Liverpool’s bustling docks.

It had been more than 20 years since I last saw Bob Dylan in concert so it was a trip down memory lane.

In case you were wondering how the Bob Dylan gig was, all I can say is I recognised two songs (Don’t Think Twice and Tangled Up in Blues) but I couldn’t see much. We were towards the back of the Echo Arena and there were no screens. Photography was strictly prohibited – anyone caught trying to take a sneaky snap on a phone (yes husband, I’m looking at you!) was given a reprimand.

I’m glad I went but to be honest it’s not really my type of music (I’m a rock chick through and through). It had been more than 20 years since I last saw Bob Dylan in concert (and I really did see him that time because it was in a much smaller venue) so it was a trip down memory lane. Oh, and it was lovely to stay in such a fabulous hotel. Liverpool, I’ll be back!

Have you ever been to Liverpool? If you have any tips of where to go and what to do please share them in the comments, and don’t forget to link up what you’ve been wearing!


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57 responses to “Black Rose Print Dress at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool”

  1. We always love staying in the interesting hotels!! What a great find!
    And that dress is stunning, Emma!!

  2. Stunning dress!!

  3. Rena says:

    What a lovely adventure. It sounds like you had a great time.


  4. Oh God you got to see Bob Dylan in Liverpool! I’m clutching my heart right now ! Well you look beautiful in this post, I love the dress and heels! Perfect! Peace!
    Cheryl Tucker

  5. Sierra says:

    This is such a fun mixed print dress! The hotel where you stayed at looks so nice and sounds really interesting. We were in Liverpool a few years ago and also ate down near the dock. It was such a nice town to visit. Beautifully Candid

  6. Laurie says:

    Sounds like a fantastic time! I could so do with a weekend away! What’s your favourite Bob Dylan number?

    • Emma Peach says:

      So many to choose from Laurie! Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright, Tangled Up in Blues and A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall would be in my top five. I’ve been listenening to some of his newer stuff on YouTube and quite like it, but the older ones will always be my faves. How about you! What are your favourites?

  7. What a fun dress! And a fun over night date!

  8. Stephanie says:

    love that dress! so chic and the print is beautiful~

  9. Gail says:

    Love the dress Emma and looks great with the cage shoes. Hotel looks uber sophisticated. Thanks for the link up!

  10. Suzy Turner says:

    That dress is absolutely gorgeous, especially with those killer heels! You look STUNNING! The hotel is pretty amazing too. I’ve never been to Liverpool but I’ve heard it’s fabulous. Maybe one of these days I’ll get there!
    Not really a fan of Bob Dylan either – I’m with you, more rock chick 😉
    Suzy xx

    • Emma Peach says:

      Thanks Suzy! Liverpool was great, I’ll definitely go back. I’m hoping the Cult will tour the UK again soon, they were brilliant when I saw them in Manchester last year. I’ve all but given up hope of ever seeing AC/DC again 🙁

  11. Ada says:

    OMG Emma such a stunning dress. I love the unique wrap of the skirt and that it mixes prints. The rose print part is so beautiful. You styled it in such a simple sophisticated way, too.

  12. Wow. Ill say it again. Wow! I love this dress and on you it looks amazing! The pattern mixing built in is a great print and I love the larger print with a black background. Your shoes are hot! too. The hotel looks so stylsih too and spacious. I saw Dylan many years ago too and recognized some of the tunes, but I like alot of the older classic stuff.
    Have a great week!
    jess xx

    • Emma Peach says:

      Thank you Jess 🙂 I much prefer Bob Dylan’s older music, I like the simplicity of just him, guitar and harmonica. Most of the material he performed this time was blues/country style, which surprisingly my husband really liked!

  13. Trina says:

    I love your dress and the details on it! 🙂


  14. jacqui says:

    These are gorgeous shots, of a stunning lady! Love this dress, the pattern mixing is an easy way to start, I’m very unsure of doing this, so will have to try your idea Emma. Great information about the docks x Jacqui

  15. Nancy Baten says:

    You look so very beautiful Emma! What an amazing dress and those shoes…! I have never been to Liverpool, I want to go there and do the Magical Mistery tour. I always enjoy it so very much when we go somewhere and stay overnight , I love hotels. Can you believe I am going to see The Rolling Stones in october!!!!

    • Emma Peach says:

      Thanks Nancy! Wow, the Rolling Stones! I like some of their music but have never seen them in concert – my husband has and says it’s the best concert he’s ever been to so you should be in for a real treat!

  16. You look fabulous and this hotel is very interesting. Thank you for this wonderfull Liverpool pictures.

  17. Emma, this dress! Oh my, I am in a swoon! It is so gorgeous. I love the contrasting print and the asymmetrical style. Just wow! You are stunning!


  18. Honest Mum says:

    That dress is stunning! You are gorgeous x

  19. Jennie says:

    What a cool hotel. Your dress is absolutely beautiful and The Shoes… Oh, my!

  20. SUZI GRANT says:

    Lovely blog post and that hotel just looks divine, right up my street! Thank you for sharing.
    Suzi (Alternative Ageing)

  21. Kirsten Wick says:

    Oh how nice, I heard such great things about the Titanic hotel, glad you had a fab time. And that dress looks gorgeous on you. Love, Kirsten x

  22. What a glorious dress. Like you I love the assymetric crossover and the two different prints. Such a stunning dress. And I totally agree on the shoes choice. They add pizazz.
    As for Liverpool…. hmm looks good. I might put that on my bucket list. The hotel will be added too.

  23. That is an absolutely stunning dress Emma! You’re right, choosing a piece with the print mixing built in is the perfect way to try it out. And those sandals are fierce!! Wow…the hotel is absolutely amazing! It looks like such a cool place to explore.

  24. Elise says:

    This dress is gorgeous and looks amazing on you and how cool is that hotel! Looks like you had an awesome time!

    xx, Elise

  25. What a gorgeous dress, I love that it has two different patterns that work well together!


  26. Beautiful Dress ! 🙂

  27. Dawn Lucy says:

    That floral and leopard dress is amazing! Wow! Wow! Wow! Looks like a fab place and a great trip!

    Thanks for linking up!

    Dawn Lucy

  28. jonet wooten says:

    The fabulous black floral dress with polka dot contrast is amazing. You’ve paired it with the perfect heels, the detailing adds texture to this stylish outfit! Bravo Xo Jonet

  29. Tina says:

    Lovely dress and hotel!

    We stayed at the Titanic hotel last year on our way to the Isle of Man (booked up on the return trip tut) and we loved it! Would have liked to stay longer! Glad you loved it too xx

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