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{throwback outfit} Revisiting June 12 2013

  Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,, 
You'll notice one difference in this weeks throwback outfit. I've got some new shades on! These are the third pair I'm trying with Ditto's Endless Eyewear program. I decided to go with these navy Karen Walker 'Starburst' sunglasses because their dramatic shape looked fun!  Use code CLOSETFASHIONENDLESSDITTO for your first month free!

Dress: Jones New York (Lord & Taylor), Sandals: Seychelles (DSW), Necklace: Francesca's, Sunglasses: Karen Walker via Ditto Endless Eyewear

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  1. They are very fun statement sunnies! :) That's such a nice dress too, I like the red necklace with it and it's great you still had everything to recreate the look :)

    Hope you're having a great week :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

  2. Hmmm being a sunglasses addict and specially loving oversized pairs, I am not sure I am on board with these.
    The dress on the other hands looks as good as the first day.

    1. Same, they're a bit wild, haha! But I've worn them a few times while waiting for my next pair to arrive :)

  3. Those shades are indeed quite dramatic! I don't think I'd be confident enough to wear them, but they are so fun.

  4. So great, that dress is classic! Reminds me of a DVF. And those glasses are amazing, I might need to try that.
    xo Annie
    New England Romance

  5. This dress is so chic. And I am LOVING those new shades! They are so fun and glam!

    Fizz and Frosting

  6. I can't get over those awesome shades - I love them!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  7. That dress is wonderful. Love it. Xx

  8. That dress is wonderful. Love it. Xx


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