5/28/2015

Boom Boom Lilly Pulitzer Dress

 
 
Hello loves:)
 
Today I am sharing another Lilly Pulitzer buy from their collaboration with Target. This is the Boom Boom Dress, which is named after the print fabric. This dress is actually an XL but I don't mind as it is loose and roomy, perfect for Spring & Summer. This is my second time wearing it and I promise you it will be over worn. The first time I wore it, I styled it with the Lilly for Target wedges and, I also plan on wearing it with some gold or white flats for a super casual look.
 
 Another way to wear dresses like these is to put a skinny belt around the waist (esp. if you are a plus size) this will give definition to a slim waist.
 
You can also throw a thigh length blazer over it to polish it up a bit. Or, a denim jacket and flat tennis shoes.
 
Dress (sold out): Target (Lilly Pulitzer for Target)- Option Here & Here , Shoes: Michael Kors- similar Here & Here, Handbag: Louis Vuitton, Sunnies: Ray-Ban Polarized , Watch: DKNY, Bracelet: Lilly for Target, Earrings: Kate Spade
 
It is almost the weekend. Hang it there and enjoy the rest of your day:)

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  1. Still SO obsessed with the Lilly for Target collection! That dress is so cute, and the bright green is so fun and flattering!
    - Alyssa with an A

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    1. Ya me too!!!! Thank you darling. :)

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  2. You look so gorgeous in this dress doll. πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š

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    1. Meka by darling. Thank you for taking the time out to come to my blog. Aww glad you like it. :) xoxo

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  3. Boom...Boom is right! Love that mint green print and there are so many ideas, just as you mentioned, to "flatter" your figure in a summer free dress like this one.

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    1. Yes, I didn't have this dress on my list when the collection came out but as you know with the Target madness I grabbed what I could. I am happy I didn't return this one.

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