Off the shoulder dress


Ou Killem.

Just what I say to myself every morning before I hop out of bed.  I’m kidding – but I AM saying that today because I adore this dress! If you follow me on Instagram, I shared a picture from of it and talked about the slight alteration I made to this off the shoulder Zara number to make it my own. Take a peek at the dress pre alteration and let me know what you think. Initially, it fell below my knees at around my calves and as much as I love a fabulous long dress, this one looked awkward (I wish I would’ve taken a picture of the BEFORE for comparison). SO, I did what any girl who has a family member with a sewing machine would do, I had my mom-in-law take it up a bit. VOILA – Here she is!

I  WAS pair the dress with sneakers because I love my sneaks, but the sheen of the material made me opt for dressing it up. Although, I have been known to style lush textures like velvet with sneakers. I thought I’d follow “the rules” this time.

Scroll along for more pics and follow me on Instagram if you aren’t. That’s where the party is, just sayin’. Outfit details will be at the end ; ).








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  • Reply September 13, 2016


    I love the sleeves Kristina! Missed reading your blog, it’s been awhile since I dropped by.

    • Reply September 16, 2016


      Thanks love! Ive missed having you !!

  • Reply September 17, 2016


    This dress is so elegant! Love it

    • Reply September 21, 2016


      Thanks for dropping by Jen Mia!! <3

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