______This outfit features another lovely dress that DressesStylist sent me for review. This one is flowy and fabulous, and just like the first dress I received, is of high-quality. Though still quite dressy, I feel that this one is a lot more acceptable for day-to-day wear. The criss-cross back is a cute detail, and I also adore the asymmetrical chiffon hemline since the layers catch the wind so elegantly. The hemline is like a cape, but for your booty. A booty cape. My friends, join me as we begin the generation of the booty cape people.
______The deep red color is another nice little element, and I'm pretty sure it's the exact color of dragon blood. I don't know what color dragon blood would actually be since dragons are extinct and all, but if I did know, I'd say their blood was the color of this dress. I sure hope dragons stop being extinct soon so we can find out. Dragon blood just sounds rad. It sounds even cooler when you take the space out of it words together: dragonblood. That would be an awesome book title. I should write book titles. Is that a job--writing book titles, and nothing more? It should be.
______I feel like this post is pretty choppy, and I'm going to end this post by saying, "I hope it stops raining." I like the rain and all, but not when it interferes with my morning bike rides. I much prefer foggy mornings. Every morning last week, I was able to ride around campus in the fog, and it made for the best bike rides in the history of bike rides ever. Fog is neat because it not only devours all the sounds and brave souls around it like some semi-transparent sponge, but it also makes the temperature perfect--not too extreme on either side, just the ideal 55 degree lovechild of hot and cold.
Asymmetrical dress: c/o DressesStylist
Heels: Jeffrey Campbell
Collar necklace: Wet Seal
Clutch: won via giveaway