5.24.2012

What I Wore: 50 Shades...

...of Gray.
I didn't realize I was in such a tonal mood. I wore black and gray yesterday in an outfit that you all LOVED! That look sure was popular and I am kind of nervous to be showing you a look in the same color tones. My look yesterday was a little sassier while today's look is definitely more work appropriate. Mini skirts just don't quite work in the office! 

Speaking of 50 shades...How many of you have read the book and/or the trilogy? All I have to say is that I am sad I read them and that I don't have a significant other in my life! You all know why! ;)

This dress is another Target special. I picked this baby up on sale last year for under 15 bucks. I loved the subtle print and that it was a little looser on top. I have so many belts that I can pair with the dress to change up the look. I have been on a neon binge and thought that pink would be an awesome pop for this dress. I busted out the ever popular DC Dolce Vita 'Archer' sandals and my neon skinny belt. To play up the gold hardware on the shoes I wore a gold necklace and rings to tie the look together. 

50 Shades of Gray

What I Wore:

Dress: Mossimo (similar, similar)
Belt: Target (similar)
Rings: Jewelmint and Alexis Bittar (old and no longer available) 
 

5 comments:

  1. This dress is fabulous and the belt is the perfect pop of color. You are looking so great! The dress is very flattering but definitely work appropriate. Such a great find for under $15!

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  2. That dress is such a great find for only $15. Great job! I love how you added the pop of color with the belt and shoes. I haven't read the books yet but they are on my list once I finish the book I am currently reading.

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  3. I love the shoes with the belt! Such a great pop of color against the neutral-ish dress! And that dress is such a score, it looks fabulous on too!
    xx
    Lia
    Smart n Snazzy

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  4. you are sooooooooo tan! im jealous!!!

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  5. love the outfit, looks fab. i love the pop of color, it really makes it fab

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