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IT’S NAVY, BABY.

August 20, 2015

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You know how you find that dress that fits all your requirements but there is that small detail that is normally the deal breaker or in my case a reason to stop myself from impulse buying. When I first saw this dress I was in awe, the perfect fit, the stretch, length, the slit ,the long sleeve cum short sleeve ,the color, I felt like a champ because rarely do you find a perfect dress while thrift shopping. It was a dress party. But before I could throw myself a party, I saw the front pockets that made it look like a long sweat shirt! Bummer! I mean I’m all for details but this was one detail this dress didn’t need! I thought about the idea of not buying it for two-tenths of a second before deciding to buy it then just tear away the pocket because lucking out doesn’t happen every day in thrift shopping,my friend! When I got home I changed my mind after realizing I will be doing more harm than good by cutting out the pocket.

There are various ways to style this dress but for this look I paired it with a plaid shirt that I tied at the front and a pair of sandals!

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Outfit Details

Navy blue dress – Adams arcade

plaid shirt – gifted also seen here

Sandals – Bata shoes

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2 Comments

  • Reply Trish August 23, 2015 at 11:46 am

    Beautiful dress! Thank God you did not leave it behind. Sounding like a broken record here but your thrifting skills are just too good. The fit is so flattering and the colour looks great against your skin. And the fact that it can be styled in many different ways is a huge plus The pocket adds an interesting detail and if you get tired of it you can always remove it anyway.

  • Reply Being Rosemary August 23, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    yes hun looking at it now I would have never forgiven myself if I left it
    and what I can tell you about my thrifting skills is that alot of Patience is involved ha ha

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