A woman's dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.”
Sophia Loren
I'm pretty sure by now (if you've been keeping up with past posts)  it's blatant that us STYLEBAZAAR girls are ready for spring. We busted out the skirts, jumpsuits, rompers and all that's left are dresses!  When I think of spring, I think of flowers, so that was really the inspiration behind this post. Of course (since we are the STYLEBAZAAR) we are showcasing different ways to wear floral dresses. If you aren't into cutesy things but you're still into the floral style we've got some tips for you. First of all, just because  the dress is floral, it doesn't mean that the dress is girly. Try it on; give it a chance! I've learned that even if it's the same article of clothing, it can look completely different on different people. Some of the best pieces in my closet were clothes I would have never gotten if I hadn't given them the chance and tried them on. Two. There are different types of floral. You don't need to get straight up flowers on a dress; they can be toned down like in the black, yellow and green dresses above. Third. Darker/solid colors will also tone down the demanding floral print of a dress. Pick a dress that is one solid color if you don't feel comfortable with the floral print. Now, if you're comfortable with wearing a bright/multicolored dress next is your guide! One. Don't over accessorize! It will look like a train wreck. Your dress is already attention grabbing itself, so it doesn't need too many accessories! If you over accessorize, the dress and jewelry will have the attention, not you. Two. Pick one of the colors in you dress and have fun with it! Include it in your shoes/purse/or makeup. Don't match prints with prints because it can be very distracting and again, it takes away from you. Other than a barbed-wire fence,  a floral dress should be like a flower, pretty, unique and attracting animals. 👗🌼
                                                   XOXO, Z

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