I love these. They remind me of a lower heeled style that I wore in the 1980’s as a child. The shoes made me feel so pretty and grown-up. I’m having a lot of trouble resisting these. $68.99 US on ModCloth.
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I love this dress even though it’s a completely inappropriate colour for both my life and work. The red is a great contrast, but the white is a disaster waiting to happen for this worker in a mineral exploration and camp services business. I would’ve jumped on this had it been in black or navy and red. $99.99 on ModCloth.
I really need one of these. Everyone’s been there, but a light source shining behind me resulting in a see-through dress sucks. Not as bad as the time I walked four blocks down Main Street with my skirt tucked into my pantyhose, but still a malfunction. The four blocks down a busy summer street with my ass hanging out finally ended when a kind passerby clued me in.
Available on Modcloth in ivory, peach, and black for $47 US. The sizes range from an extra-small to 3X.
Here’s a dress that’s excellent to wear to work on a hot day. Our office is unair-conditioned and the brief summer season can be torturous. At $47.99 US and an unbelievably cheap shipping charge of $4.05 US to Canada, I’m actively debating whether to order another dress. Can be found on ModCloth.
I’m also mulling over About the Artist, $52.99 US on Modcloth. I love it and find it really cute, but I just can’t make up my mind about the ruffles down the front of the dress. I’m rather large busted and I worry that it might look weird. Are they flat enough and spaced well? Or will they accentuate the wrong area?
Dress number two from my recent order to ModCloth, the Portrait of a Fashionista Dress in Crimson. This one cost me $47.99 US, a very reasonable price. I was evidently in a red mood when shopping because two-thirds of my order was in red. Shipping to Canada for all three purchases combined was $7.45 US.