Monochromatic in Grey

June 16, 2017

As the weather gets warmer, I slowly gravitate towards less black and use grey as my black replacement. I sized up in this dress for a slightly more relaxed fit. This dress also has pockets, a feature more dresses need to have! Went with grey heels for a monochromatic look. It it made out of a nice crepe material and it is not see through as other thin fabrics might be. It is a very light and comfortable dress.

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Blue Vest

June 5, 2017

I love vests but I often have a hard time figuring out what to wear with them. I am quite petite and long line vests always end up being even longer on me! Generally I never buy jackets or vests that are this long but I like the trench coat style of the vest so decided to give it a try. I paired my navy vest with slim fit navy pants. I wore heels to try and make myself look taller.

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Grid Printed

May 31, 2017

I was hesitant when I first got this dress in the mail. I was wondering if it was too bold but I absolutely love it now. It is a bit sexy with the slit. If you are in a more conservative office I would wear a cardigan or blazer over it as the straps are quite thin and come in more which shows more shoulder. Like most dresses from Banana Republic it is tighter in the waist than I would like and looser in the hips than I would like but it is not overly noticeable or uncomfortable.

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Abstract in Blue

May 30, 2017

I absolutely love this dress, it is one of my personal favorites. It is not that interesting of a dress but the fit on it is great. it skims over my hips and is fitted in the waist without being too tight. Also there is pockets so what else could I wish for. The print of this dress is not quite dots and not quite cheetah. It is kinda just like abstract dots or splotches. The back has a slight V neck dip but it not too scandalous for the office. It is the perfect dress for a warm day in the office.

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