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Aztec Cut-Out Dress

by Shelly S., 21 year old Graphic Designer from Arizona, United States

0 comments · August 22, 2013

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Shelly Stuckman - Charlotte Russe Dress, Wild Diva Creepers - Aztec Cut-Out Dress
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Today's Look: is all about the light purple, Aztec-inspired dress. The dress is covered in an intricate design and includes cut-outs on the back. To start the look off, I chose to compliment the black detailing on the dress by wearing my black, studded creeper shoes and backpack. Next, to continue adding edge to a sweet, summer dress, I chose to accessorize with my black, spiked headband and bracelet, along with skull earrings.. Finishing off the look, I chose to finish with a dash of charm by adding a heart pendant necklace, three rings, and a silver, bedazzled watch.

Outfit Details: Dress courtesy of Charlotte Russe ❤, Shoes by Wild Diva at urbanog.com, Backpack by Pink at Victoria's Secret (Prescott, Arizona), Headband from Claire's (Tucson, Arizona), Necklace from Forever 21 (Scottsdale, Arizona), Watch from Charming Charlie's (Tucson, Arizona), Rings from Aeropostale (Tucson, Arizona), Earrings by Wet Seal at Blink (Anaheim, California).

Fashion Tip: When wearing an Aztec-inspired dress, rather than wearing other patterns within the outfit and causing congestion, accessorize the outfit with solid colors that accentuate the dress.

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