How to Style a Print Ruffle Dress.

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At first glance, I was ultimately drawn to the sleeves and the colors were a perfect blend. Although the descriptions says torquoise and white, it appears to be blue. I love the pleat details, and back slit with a button. Unfortunately shop style isn’t affiliated with Zara, so I linked other options.

In styling this adorable dress, I knew I would definitely grab my white mules from shoe dazzle. Will link different options here… Qupid White Heels from Francesca’s Schutz Leather Mules Steve Madden Tangle Quilted Mule ,Steve Madden Marcella Mules etc. Using my white mules, maintains the fresh clean look I was going for, and to highlight the white on the dress.

Another reason why I love this dress is that, it will make a good fit for any pregnant lady out there because its fitted to my under bust and flair down, which will make room for that perfect bump. It is also made of 100% ecologically grown cotton.

There was no other bag that could go perfectly with this dress than my Straw Bag I got last year from Looks Like Summer. It is an incredible brown bag that screams SUMMER! I will link other options here… Muun Rosa Shoulder Bag (Currently on Sale) , FreePeople Kokomo Crossbody , Lauren Conrad Daisy Purse (Currently on Sale) Water Hyacinth Round Crossbody (Currently on Sale) .

Picked up my blue cat eye sunglasses to highlight the blue on the dress, making it more pronounce and visible. It’s also a vibe for those exaggerated ruffle sleeves.

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  1. I really love this ensemble. It’s so vibrant. First thing on my mind when I saw it was ‘wow!’

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