Friday, June 27, 2014

Endless Chevron Topped with Orange-burst

TGIF Beauties!

I'd like you to imagine, a chevron maxi dress that never seems to end. Imagine a dress that was hemmed 3 inches shorter, yet it still skims just past your ankles.


I have such a dress, my chevron maxi dress truly feels endless. I've shared previously that I am not very fond of long dresses and skirts. Yet, I'm won over by the fact that that this dress is 100% cotton, and it's super cool and wearable even on the hottest of days.
 Okay, enough lounging, on to today's post =)

















I'm naturally drawn to chevron prints because they're basically crooked stripes, and IMO stripes win every time.


















I usually wear this dress by itself (see here), but I decided to switch things up. Worn with this silk blouse, it looks very much like a long maxi skirt versus a dress (which has stripes on top BTW).
I love sleeveless dresses because they offer versatility. They can be worn alone, with a top underneath, and or with a top on top ;)

Thank you for stopping by today, I wish you a fantastic weekend!
Xx

Sunnies: Los Angeles Fashion District
Silk Blouse: Talbot's (also worn here and here)
Maxi dress: Liz Claiborne (worn here)
Tote: Coach (worn here and here)

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful chevron maxi, Joi!! Thank you for stopping by my blog. I'm in love with the chevron print as well. Stripes are becoming a favorite print of mine. I see chevron slowly taking over my wardrobe... lol

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    1. Thanks Kishina! The Chevron Takeover is official! LOL

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  2. Great dress and the pop of orange is just to my fancy. I love how you take me into the garden in this post.

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    1. Thanks Neti! We both bat for Team Bright Colour :)

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  3. beautiful photos and your outfit is great!

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  4. This is a beautiful outfit.

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  5. Fabulous pictures ,and you have a great way with colours in your outfits , great outfit, best wishes.

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    1. Thanks Lesley, I'm totally biased toward colors, preferably the brightest hues possible :)

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