*This post highlights faux wrap dresses and features a dress that was gifted to me for a product review
I would be lying if I said I was in a great mood today. To be honest, I thought about not even posting at all this week. The past two days have been really hard on my family and I with the anniversary of my father’s death. Nevertheless, my father was the type of person who always kept moving forward no matter what. I know he would be proud of what I’m doing with the blog and would want me to continue on. I’ve written about Shabby Apple in a previous post. I don’t think I impressed upon you guys just how adorable their vintage style clothing is though. As a matter of fact, in one of my posts I wrote about wrap dresses. That’s funny considering today’s post is about faux wrap dresses. The difference between these dresses is the level of comfort. Faux wrap dresses are a lot less binding than wrap dresses are. When you wear a wrap dress, you’re always aware of the belt being wrapped around your waist several times. You don’t get the same discomfort with faux wrap dresses. The wrap effect is the same, but they’re much more comfortable. You also don’t have that pesky problem with the front of the dress flying open.
Today I’m wearing the Bonheur Dress in navy blue. I know it may look black but it’s not. It’s a very deep, dark navy blue. It’s such a fun dress to wear because of the fit ‘n’ flare style. The model wearing this dress on the Shabby Apple site is riding a bike in the photo. That’s exactly how I could see myself wearing this dress. The Bonheur Dress is also the perfect dress to wear to the office. The length is ideal and the v-neck isn’t too exaggerated.
Here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Richard Glass
Check out more of Shabby Apple’s dresses HERE.
How do you style your faux wrap dresses?
*All opinions in this post are 100% my own
Until next time…