Sweets and Smiles: Little Party Dress

Hello, everyone! I hope you all have had a lovely week. I, for one, am glad it is over–so many tests.

For those of you who have been following along with the Little Black Dress 30 Day Challenge, we’ve passed the half-way point! Yay! So, maybe it’s time to look into said dresses?

lbd challenge photo

I’d like to point out that the little black dress isn’t the end all, be all of dresses. In  reality, not everyone looks great in black (sadly, there are no universal colors–black can wash some people out, for instance), so maybe we should be looking for the ultimate workhorse, whatever color it may be. An eggplant shift that can be dressed up or down works just as well for those purple lovers out there.

Or maybe you want a party dress for the upcoming season of parties. Many of us will be going home and going to parties with family, work functions, and catching up with old friends. Why not reward your work toward toning with a dress you look killer in?

Here are some of my favorites from Modcloth (note that I just like to drool over the site–I have yet to buy any of their gorgeous frocks. But I like to think that changes this season):

Luck Be a Lady Dress, in Black: This dress is a super simple, crying to be dressed up with something sparkly or for going out to meet friends in that super warm cardigan you live in during the winter. Not a fan of black? There are a bunch of color options–even more than are listed in the “Other Haute Hues” section! Did I mention pockets? $79.99, Modcloth

Stun, Moon, and Stars Dress: This dress looks really cute–I am a sucker for a sweetheart neckline (with straps! and this has them!) and a full skirt. Check and check 🙂 Available in sizes 2 to 26, if you are looking for a red stunner, this could be it! $99.99, Modcloth

Shimmer in the Candlelight Dress: This lovely blue number is way out of my budget (ever so sad!) but it’s lovely to look at. $239.99, Modcloth

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One thought on “Sweets and Smiles: Little Party Dress

  1. Christina Moore says:

    I really like the first dress in Merlot. Wow! Simple but elegant. Thanks for the recommendation for ModCloth. Looking forward to checking it out!

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