My Fair Lady

Monday, May 05, 2014


May is an exceptionally busy month for me in regards to my academic endeavors. My desk is cluttered with books and pens... oh, how I miss being a student! I am also trying to acquire the rest of my data for my diabetes article before June - I would like to have a rough draft by then but the university system has only granted me limited access to the information I need. My ultimate goal is to publish my article in a medical journal and present my results at another symposium. But enough with my daily rambles and onward to this outfit! When I first saw this dress on OASAP, I immediately wanted it. Since I received numerous items, courtesy of OASAP, that are "one-size" fits all, I developed a preconceived notion that this dress would fit perfectly. Unfortunately, this dress does NOT fit all sizes. Let's start with the lining. This dress comes with a black slip dress that was ridiculously tight - it is guaranteed to rip if you sit down. It also downplays the design so I decided to wear my own nude slip underneath this number. Additionally, the dress itself has a peculiar cut. I would consider myself petite and boy was this dress short! *Note to customers: don't bend down and do not wear on windy days!* Not only that but the sleeves are floating between 3/4th's and full length. But I cannot degrade this dress entirely. I do adore the style and it is surprisingly comfortable (not itchy at all!). If you guys would like to purchase this dress, click HERE.




 // OASAP c/o (Purchase HERE) Dress // MICHAEL KORS Boots // CHANEL Sunnies // TED BAKER Clutch //



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2 Comments

  1. Hello Adrienne! Found you through LB :) Love your looks! So I fanned you there and followed your blog on Bloglovin :) Love the dress and the boots in this look! ♥

    Erika from STYLE AND SUNDRY
    (Find me on Lookbook!)

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