Fashion, Outfit of the Day

Neon Color Block Maxi Dress

Color blocking is a very simple way to make a statement with your apparel. Think complimentary colors…pair a mustard blouse with a plum pencil skirt. Or, rock a magenta crop top with high-waisted royal blue pants. I think you get the point. While creating a color block ensemble yourself is easy enough, such styles are also available straight “off the shelf.” The Scoop Neck Color Block Hollow Out Sleeveless Maxi Dress from RoseGal is a great example.








This neon dress is full of flavor and only $12.32 – no that is not a typo! The gray bodice is a perfect backdrop for the contrasting orange and green panels. If you didn’t think it was possible for a dress to glow, this maxi proves you wrong. The loose fit is comfortable for warm weather, but I prefer a tapered look…hence the reason I belted the dress. Not wanting to disturb the lovely cutout neckline, I accessorized with earrings rather than a necklace. These iridescent beauties are great because they reflect any color you wear. I completed the look with chunky gray sandals and an orange clutch purse.


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Dress | Wristlet | Earrings | Shoes


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  • Reply Shannon August 23, 2015 at 3:06 pm

    Hi doll! I love this dress on you! Its a replica of a BCBG dress that I have been eyeing for quite some time. I was wondering what size you ordered and how tall you are. You have great style and Im so glad I came across your blog!

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      Yes, I loved the BCBG one too, but didn’t want to spend a ton on a statement dress that I’d only wear a handful of times. I bought the small and belted it to synch in the waist. I am only 5 ft tall and the length was great with a 3-4 inch heel. Thank you for following my blog and I hope you had a great weekend.


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