Outfit | The MBD (Midi Black Dress)

5. June 2018

Wearing: Free People Love Of My Life Midi Dress, Hermes Oran Sandals (budget option here and here), Urban Outfitters Birkin Basket (similar), Topshop Earrings (old, but alternative here), and Céline Sunglasses via Pretavoir (cheaper option)

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We’ve all heard of wardrobe staples like the LBD (Little Black Dress) or the LWD (Little White Dress). However, let me introduce you to a new one: The MBD (Midi Black Dress), i.e. this Free People Dress called ‘Love Of My Life’ for a good reason, because if you are not feeling like wearing a short dress, a midi is a must.

 

free people dress love of my life

free people dress love of my life
free people dress love of my life
  free people dress love of my life

Short dresses are not always an option, particularly in certain occassions where you are required to move more. For this reason, a MBD is necessary, so when I spotted this Free People dress a month back, I instantly clicked it away home. I love the details such as the super slimming empire waist, the midi sleeves, and the plunge. I’m going to be wearing this stunner all summer long, for sure and soon I will show you the other way I am planning to style it. Stay tuned.

P.S.: If you are looking for more ways to style your summer dresses, check out this post.

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One response to “Outfit | The MBD (Midi Black Dress)”

  1. Yesss obsessed with this dress babe!! You look incredible and thanks for sharing x

    Millie x
    http://queenmillie.blogspot.com/2018/06/casual-suits-for-casual-summer-days.html

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