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How to dress a Shirt Dress


Sometimes you don’t feel like dressing up, all you want to wear is throw on a shirt and feel just right. For a sleek, minimal chic, and classic look a shirt dress is what you need this season, also it is the current fashion penchant, it is easy, versatile, casual, stylish, and a must-have outfit in your wardrobe.
If you have one hanging on your wardrobe and haven’t taken the risk of trying it... then its time you do it today.
Shirt dress is an easy to wear outfit, since they are basic and versatile for any day. Here, this is how you can wear them.

Scroll down to check the look I have created, you can don this look on a casual day out, shopping/coffee, an after office party or most likely at a date too,



Shirt Dress






Outfit Used:

·        Shirt Dress- A burgundy chic tied on the waist sleeve dipped shirt dress
·        Shoe- A Balmin Allenor black leather bootie will never disappoint you
·       Bag-  Pendant Weaving PU Leather Tote Bag
·        Quay Australia Quay Odin Sunglasses Black
·       Rock the ASOS Velvet and Charm Multirow Choker Necklace
·        Lipstick-Marc Jacobs New Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick
·        EF Collection 14 karat gold ring to give your finger a glittery feels
·          Chanel fragrance (After all, who does'nt want to smell good?)

So, what are you waiting for? grab on that shirt dress and spread the stylish vibes around you this fall season.

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