Outfit | A Modern Take On The Puff Sleeve Dress

6. August 2017

Wearing: The Frankie Shop Puff Sleeve Dress (shop similar hereherehere, here, here, here, and here), Levi’s Vintage jeans (find similar here and here), H&M Backless Loafers (alternatives here and here), Le Specs The Last Lolita Sunglasses (budget options here and here), Mango Earrings, and an Urban Outfitters Basket Bag (find similar styles here and here)

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Not a girly girl, yet would love to wear the puff sleeve dress trend?  Simple, add a masculine touch. Curious yet? Scroll down to find out what I mean.


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Who says a puff sleeve dress has to be worn in a sumptuous or girly manner? Certainly not me. If you like the trend, yet you don’t dare to wear this dramatic piece and are wary of looking like a baroque maiden, simply add a masculine touch: loafers. And if you are still unsure about it, then why not wear it as a top on top of your favorite raw hem jeans?

Wishing you all a great Sunday. x

By the way, if you’re also very much into puff sleeves, check out this.

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One response to “Outfit | A Modern Take On The Puff Sleeve Dress”

  1. Rena says:

    This dress is such an amazing piece!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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