Posted by Jalisa's Fashion Files on 05. 14. 13. under

Hi gorgeous ladies!

If you watched yesterday's video, then you may already have recognized this dress, since it was featured. I absolutely loved the way this look came together and if you were considering to purchase this dress from FDAvenue, I would suggest you do, since I believe it's rather versatile. Depending on your personal style or whatever style you feel like demonstrating when you wear it, you can add combat boots and spiked jewelry for an edgy look, add brown cowboy boots for a more southern chic look, or neon heels for a trendy look. These are just a few suggestions that you can consider when wearing a dress like this, even if you have something similar in your closet already.

I chose to go for a boho doll look, since I love how feminine the skirt part of the dress flares out, especially with the lace detailing. I buttoned the collar all the way up, so that I can add more interest and attention up top, since the bottom half of the skirt is a bit flared. I chose to pair it with this old New York & Company necklace, since some of the stones are similar in color and shape to the opal like gem buttons and the blue stones on the necklace tie into the color of the top part of the dress. I also chose to wear these cork wedged shoes, since it has some cut out patterns, which I think works well with the lace detailing on the skirt. I paired the basked woven inspired clutch with the outfit because I felt it married well with the shoes. 

I hope you guys like the look and don't forget if you decide to pay FDAvenue a visit, use coupon code: jalisasfiles to save 20% off your purchase!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Dress: Courtesy of FDAvenue (HERE)

Shoes: Groove (purchased from Annie Sez)

Necklace: New York & Company (old)

Clutch: Local boutique

Watch: Michael Kors



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