4.08.2015

Adelyn Rae Mixed Media Peplum Sheath

Adelyn Rae Mixed Media Peplum Sheath
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Adelyn Rae Mixed Media Peplum Sheath, What to wear to work,


Ohhhh we bout to get fancy up in here! Hahah jk, but really ... nice change of pace, right? A little white dress that is ready for work or drinks with your girlfriends has made it's way to the blog. When I saw this dress I knew it would be great, the peplum and the mixed textures and fabrics are awesome. It's also nice to see my waist again! Hello old pal, how did winter treat ya?

I'm also pretty pumped to show off my new Ray-Bans! What's different about this pair compared to my other mirrored pairs is that these are plastic on the side. A little different, but awesome because they're lightweight and bendable. They're also a little bigger than the other pairs which is a nice change. 

And while we're at it, let's move on to the shoes. These bad boys are the bomb-dot-com and are so fun to wear. They're the perfect nude and the lace up style really goes with everything. They're 25% off right now (as well as a lot of other really great things) so be sure to check them out!


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5 comments:

  1. I'm in love with those shoes! Super cute!

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  2. Great dress! I'm not sure I would have picked it off the rack, but it looks beautiful on you!
    -E
    miscelenious
    elenianne.blogspot.com

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  3. This dress is absolutely stunning, such a unique design too. I initially thought it was a skirt and top but then the skirt didn't really peplum the way I expected from the sides. And your shoes are perfect for the season and very daytime or nightime :)

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  4. Great dress, the texture of the skirt really steps it up a notch. What is the lipstick you are wearing? It seems more orange than your red lipsticks from other posts

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