Hi, my name is Brenae and I have a problem. I’m addicted to little black dresses. I own ten different little black dresses and every time I go shopping my friends have to forcefully remove me from the black dress section of my favorite stores. I happen to think that you can never have enough because seriously… you can wear them to anything. On my last shopping trip, my best friend challenged me to not buy a black dress. And well… I never back down from a challenge.
This Nine West dress is $129.00 at Macy’s and comes in the eye-catching color of red. I happen to think that just about everyone looks good in red. If you’re staring at this dress and thinking it’s too much color, you can always balance it out with black accessories like the model does. And because of the cut of the dress, you can even wear it out for professional gatherings if you want. I’d definitely think about wearing this to a more casual interview. Who doesn’t want to be remembered as the lady in red?
This London Times dress is also available at Macy’s for $88 and comes in the bright yellow or white. Both colors are great alternatives to all of the dark colors that people gravitate towards during the winter months. I’m sure that if you walk down the street in a bright yellow dress, you’ll catch people’s attentions and maybe even lift their spirits. I mean, how can you look at that dress and not smile a little?
Hi, my name is Mirela and I hate this shift dress trend. Why? Because I see no use for it -unless you are pregnant, 18, you are on the way to the green market wearing flats and a cute fashion tote, or all of the above. Maybe it’s me, but I don’t think it’s flattering at all for a tall woman my age. Oh, I forgot to mention I am over 40. Oh boohoo, look at Madonna, she’s going to be 50 and she still looks hot. I’ve always asked myself “What is Madonna’s genius?”. Vanity Fair answered my question in this month’s issue “In the end, Madonna will be remembered as a minter of images” I think that is true for all of us to a certain degree.
So girls, careful how you’ll be remembered. It’s not just a dress you are wearing today, it’s a picture in your biography.
Posted by Brenae at 10:00 AM
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