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What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

By Wardrobeoxygen @wardrobe_oxygen
What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

There's just something about a wrap dress. For many, it does wonders for the figure. It creates an hourglass shape, flatters the bust, and makes the most of curves. And many of them are made from wrinkle-resisting, stretchy, washable fabric. But not all wrap dresses are created equal.

What I Wore: Put a Bird on It Dress: Adrianna Papell via Gwynnie Bee | Bag: Clare V (same bag in other colors, similar bag) | Shoes: ASOS (similar, wide width option, lower heel option) | Earrings: Jenny Bird | Bracelet: Metal Marvels | Lipstick: L'Oreal Matte-Traction Red What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

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Some wrap dresses don't have enough fabric at the bust and require a cami to not get arrested. Many have sleeves too snug, too large a hole for the belt showing skin at the waist, or not enough fabric making it hard to sit or walk on a windy day without showing more than you want. So when you find one that has it all, it's pretty fantastic.

What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

This one came in a recent Gwynnie Bee box, and I wasn't expecting anything spectacular. I've been struggling with Gwynnie Bee the past few months. I have a different body shape and things are coming too small, too large, or a silhouette I used to be able to rely on but now looks utterly whack on me (yes I did get that pink dress but shocker, it too was a wrap dress). The other dress in the box was ridiculous on me so I put this one expecting to throw it too in the purple bag.

What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

But wait, it fits! And it looks good! No need for a cami or a strategically placed safety pin. And if you can't tell by my hair and that almost every photo is facing the same direction, this was an extremely windy day and I didn't flash a single person.

This is the kind of dress that would work for the office, for a night on the town, for a social event like a wedding. It's all about how you accessorize it. For work, I'd style it with pumps or pointed toe flats. This look is more for a social occasion. I added a clutch to dress it up (and no your clutch doesn't have to be the same color of any part of your outfit, in fact not matching can be more stylish than perfect coordination) as well as some statement earrings with shine.

I love the bird print, it reminded me of this sketch from Portlandia. if you too like bird prints, I gathered some other bird printed pieces in the carousel below:

What I Wore: Put a Bird on It

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