Thursday, September 27, 2012

structured shoulders make me feel glam

Hello lovelies!

So it's been FOREVER since we've done a fashion post. We just never got a chance to go out and have a photo shoot. I finally found some time this past weekend and I thought I'd bring you a night photo shoot since we haven't done one yet.

I'm super excited about this outfit because I absolutely love this dress. It is a cheetah print (shocker) dress that very bold, structured shoulders! The reason I bought the dress was for its shoulders. The shoulders take this somewhat of a simple dress to a whole new level. Structured shoulders are a great way to give any plain dress an edge look, and I felt quite glamorous.

Since the dress was so bold with the shoulders and the print was pretty vibrant, I kept the accessories simple. I threw on some rings and couple of bangles. I decided to wear the black ankle boots instead of heels to keep the look edgy.

This is a great nighttime, "going out" look! The dress is super comfy and because of the boldness of the dress, you don't even need that many accessories!

Let me know how you would style this dress! Don't forget to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter/Instagram (@heraspeaking, @nazday).

Thanks for reading, dolls!



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