Lynnette Joselly: Lilac Summer Fashion Dress

Lilac Summer Fashion Dress

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For some reason, the lilac color to me just says mature and sophisticated, and I believe this dress is exactly that. I have teamed up with Banana Republic to showcase their petite collection. I am 5'5" and don't consider myself short but I am kind of slim and noticed their regular sizes run a little big. For example the size 2 was too tiny and the size 4 was not form fitting so when I tried on the 4P, it was perfect!


But now back to the color trend, I am loving this full lilac outfit featuring the Button-Front Crepe Pocket Dress, with clean and simple accessories. Since the neckline area is already busy with the dress's buttons, I decided to wear a dainty gold bar necklace. It can be used for layering, but for this outfit you don't want the accessories to take away from the dress.

As for the shoes, while I would normally wear minimalist heels, I didn't want to play it too safe. Which is why I opted for the strappy sandals with a fun snake print, now if that's just too much for you, I would just recommend to stick to natural colors when dealing with lilac.

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What I Wore: Banana Republic - Summer Lilac Button-Front Crepe Pocket Dress | Gold Bar Necklace | Wash Stoned Pella Heeled Sandal


Photographer: Jasmine A.





4 comments:

  1. You look gorgeous! Thanks for the great tips on this lovely dress! :)

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  2. You are looking stunning beautiful. I love the way you have dressed up. Specially the way you have carried accessories. Your necklace is so pretty. I can't stop looking at you.

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  3. Very sophisticated! I love the look. I'm actually on the smaller side, too (5'3"), so this is a great option. And that color is beautiful with your skin tone. Looking forward to future post, xo!

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  4. The colour of the dress compliments you a lot! :)

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