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Pleated, Polka Dot, Hi-Low Hem...


Pleats.  Polka dots.  Hi-lo hem.  Does a frock really get any better than that?  Well, it does when it cost only $15 at TJMaxx.  This lovely thing has been tucked inside my closet, begging to born.  Tomorrow it gets its wish granted.  One of my lil sisters is graduating high school (soon to become lovely undergrad!) and this sheer wonder is going to get its day in the sun.  Yay!

It looks seriously adorbs with several pairs of heels I have: navy pumps, red peep-toe pumps, and coral pumps.  ...But I don't think I'll wanna be wearing heels all day so I'm going to go with a pretty pair of sandals instead.  Maybe I'll get a little crazy and post a pic. ;)




Comments

Alexandra said…
WOAH i love this!
i have the most perfect pair of gladiator sandals that would look excellent with that dress. i also have a floppy brimmed sun hat would look adorable as well. it's so cute!

-alexandra
http://alexisinodak.blogspot.com/
Chrystina said…
I'm going to have to make a TJMaxx run soon :) Great find :)

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