First of all, I’d like to say I was quite proud of myself for coming up with such a witty title. Secondly, I am still beyond shocked that I actually styled this look AND liked it enough to make a blog post about it. Up until the moment I saw this piece, I really had no interest in the color green. Apart from the occasional olive garment you could catch me rocking during the Fall, all other “green-ish” shades I tend to stay away from. That said, this kelly green dress managed to completely change my opinion in just a few hours. During this particular shopping trip, I managed to walk past this floral tee about three times before I finally gave in and tried it on and to be honest, there wasn’t much to it. I wish I could say that I was completely blown away by this piece but I just saw it as one of those easy, “I have nothing to wear” items. After a bit more browsing, I decided to just get it in hopes that I’d be able to work it into my wardrobe at some point. By the time I got home and began laying out my outfits for this shoot, a light bulb went off in my mind and the look instantly came together. Β For casual shapeless garments like this, it can be easy to dress them down and let them swallow your frame. However, being the lover of contrast that I am, I chose to elevate this look with a pair of metallic, rose gold heeled sandals. These shoes were absolutely perfect for this outfit and really made the pink and yellow details in the flowers pop. Because I was rocking such a bold print, I didn’t really accessorize much outside of my everyday studs and go-to fringe backpack. Though quite simple, I still feel like this look makes a major statement and I’m definitely happy I decided to purchase this dress. I guess green isn’t so bad after all– until next time!

Outfit Details & Links:Β 

Dress- Zara

Heels- Topshop

Backpack- Topshop



1 Comment

  1. This outfit rocks! I didn’t care for green either, but now I’m beginning to second guess about wearing green.

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