Hello, print dress! I see you with your sexy halter neckline and graphic print combining shades of blue, orange, yellow, and cream. I also see that new sale price of $32 (orig. $49) that you’re rocking.
What can I say? The Venus printed dress had my attention at first sight.
Sandals—J.Crew (on sale)
Bag—Kate Spade | must have this
Ring—Gorjana Teagan ring
Lip—Mac “Carmine Rouge” lipstick, Mac “Brick” lip pencil
|Sizing? I’m wearing the dress in a size small.|
Venus Swim & Fashion, most popular for its affordably-priced swimwear, is an up-and-coming brand targeting the style needs of confident and unique women. If you’re like me, you’ve probably received a Venus catalog before and overlooked it. What’s a swimwear brand doing selling clothing anyway? I’m so glad, then, that the folks at Venus invited me to explore the brand’s clothing selections because I now have a new source for stylish and affordable clothes.
This dress is so stunning. It’s an easy to wear, versatile piece that’ll make getting dressed in the summer a breeze. Outdoor wedding. Party in the park. Sunday brunch. Don’t judge me for wearing this dress everywhere.
I wore the dress like this to a meeting this week. It was a fashion meeting and hence totally appropriate. My J.Crew buckled mid-heel sandals kept the look summer chic. My old Kate Spade ostrich-embossed bag picks up the hint of yellow in the print of the dress. Lots of gold accessories stand out, but don’t compete with the print.
|Location: Armory of the 138th Infantry, Missouri National Guard (Old Armory)|