Ordinarily, if you were to say “sequins and fringe” to me in the same breath my response would be “too much.” But somehow, this dress just works. Maybe it’s the unassuming t-shirt silhouette + slightly oversized shape, but it feels manageable and I really love how it moves when I walk or dance… it puts me in an instant great mood! Just keep the rest of your look simple. I opted for my go-to black pumps (they’re the most comfortable!) and a simple metallic clutch.
One word about the fit. On the product page it’s described as very fitted and as a mini dress. I actually thought it ran big. I’m wearing my usual size (medium) and while I like the oversized shape (it’s nice to have a party dress you can eat in), if I wanted something more fitted, I would have sized down.
Outfit Details: Michael Kors Dress (also here) // Manolo Blahnik Heels // Saint Laurent Clutch // BaubleBar Cuff // Loren Hope Earrings // Lipstick: Marc Jacobs “Goddess”
photography by Lydia Hudgens.
This is the perfect party dress! Too bad I didn’t know of this dress a few weeks ago for NYE or my birthday!
Christina :: Simple and Delish
Looking so beautiful and glamorous in this outfit! Your dress is a wonderful piece!
Sometimes a fun dress is really all you need to ensure a fun night ahead! Definitely a statement maker, but you pull it off effortlessly.
What a stunning dress! I love how it’s the classic LBD, but amped up. This is definitely a statement piece that will have you standing out in the crowd (which is probably why I love it so much).
I also have the same reservations about sequins and fringe together lmao. I mean, I actually feel like that about both of those by themselves!
If these things can be subdued, I could be down – just like you talk about in this post. Good choice with simple rest of the outfit. You look amazing! Those pumps in suede would be sick!
Fun look!! Loving the gold clutch.
The Style Scribe
This is such a pretty dress!
This is so fun, the sequins and fringe totally work!
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