You don’t need to know me for very long to discover that I love girly twirly dresses. The bigger the twirl factor, the better! Although I love my body conscious dresses, I always feel super feminine when I wear a dress that swishes and swirls as I walk. I mean come on, a dress that is this twirl-able is so much more fun!
Aren’t the hues on this Oasap dress gorgeous? The splash of colors almost reminded me of Monet’s, “The artist’s garden at Giverny.”
[Photos by NR]
Dress: Cut-out mini floral dress thanks to Oasap | Shoes: Valentino Rockmance leather pumps | Accessories: pink rose clutch (old, similar here), gold bow belt (similar here), initial pendant necklace| Bracelets: Michael Kors ‘Collections’ two-tone link chain pave bracelet (similar here), Bar III neon bangle, 7 bangles set from mom
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This month’s Petite Fashion Challenge (PFC #17): Candy Colorized is hosted by the talented and a fellow DIY enthusiast Sew Petite Gal.
The Challenge: Candy Colorized
“Take a bowl full of colorful candies (M&Ms, Jolly Ranchers, jelly beans, etc.), close your eyes, and draw 2-3 pieces. Now use those colors (+ a neutral of your choosing) to form the basis for your ensemble.”
I love me some colors but randomly picking from a bowl of candy and combining the colors into an outfit can be risky…and possibly scary-looking. So when I picked these colors, you can only imagine the horror on my face… I can see it now: bright blue jeans, yellow top, red blazer and do-do brown bag. I’m a risk taker but this outfit will put me into clown land.
Luckily this dress came to the rescue, ok so I kinda fail in the red vs. pink department but if you close one eye and squint the other eye really hard, the red really looks like pink! :)
I hope you enjoyed this post! Don’t forget to check out the other ladies who participated! xo