Wednesday, July 19, 2017

One shoulder striped dress


How chic is this dress? As soon as I saw it online, I knew I had to have it. I love everything about this dress (the design, the fit and the way it makes me feel). I've been working with Shein since 2012 and let me tell you, they definitely have come a long way. Their items are pretty decent these days considering how affordable they are. One thing I wanted to point out, the dress is unlined. It's not see through by any means but you do have to be careful regarding your undergarment choices. Their quality has improved tremendously but some of the pieces just aren't quite there yet. For under $25, I still think this dress is worth it. Outfit details: Shein dress *size S* | Steve Madden wedges

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Liz | Shopping My Closet said...

Love this dress looks more expensive than it costs!

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leesa said...

How does the back fit? I know that for myself, as a petite woman, a lot of shirts and dresses "bubble" out in the back because the measurements are too long for my frame.

Anonymous said...

I love this dress! So pretty on you Sydney
Anyway, you left me in tears when I read that you had dedicated the work outfit video to me. Thank you sooo very much for being so
thoughtful. I wanted to respond earlier but have been coming home late and feeling quite exhausted...
I love the video and I have a few questions for you regarding the black pleated skirt. I liked that look very much and would have never thought of pairing it with a casual shirt. Awesome ideas!!! ❤️
I can't wear jeans to go to work but I will definitely order that outfit for weekends. It's so hard to tell you which look I like more ...they are all very nice.
By the way, I live in NJ, work in NY and explore PA on the weekends when I can. So, I took the train ride from New Hope, PA, visited art galleries, etc. and I was wearing the shirt you featured with a crisscross and ruffle sleeves (in a pale blue color) and I got a few compliments. 😋
I''m so glad that you are in FL enjoying Disney with your family...have lots of fun. And, if you ever decide to visit the Northeast, please let me know so I can make a list of incredible places that usually tourists don't know about-- I am sure you would love them!
Thanks again for your nice gesture!
Hugs..your friend...Jenny

Sydney's Fashion Diary said...

@Anonymous Jenny, I'll take you up on your offer when we have a chance to visit New York (it's on my list). You can always email me if you have any questions or just to say hi. Would love to hear from you. Take care <3

Sydney's Fashion Diary said...

@leesa I know what you mean but luckily, for this particular dress, the back is just fine for me.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sydney: Given you are not in a rush, I am going to take my time in making the list of the best (but not so obvious places) to visit:
1 If you like Korean food, Gaonnuri is a great restaurant with amazing views and awesomeeee food. It's on the 39th floor at 1250 Broadway (penthouse)
2 To maximize time, you can kill two birds with one shot: Visit the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (they serve food there) and right next to it is The Brooklyn Museum of Art. You would take the number two train and get off on Eastern Parkway. I love combining them!!! It saves time 😁
3 there is a great ambiance at The Marriott Marquis right on the 8th floor which is the lobby. But it also has a revolving bar hmmm I believe is in the 48th floor. The view of Times Square is incredible!!!
4 take PATH train to NJ and get off on Pavonia Newport and take the Light Rail to Liberty Science Center for the largest IMAX theater experience plus... they have nice exhibits for kids;
5 If you rent a car to visit NJ, visit the Short Hills Mall, also the little cafes in Short Hills and also Greenwood Gardens. Also, you MUST visit Duke Farms ( it's freeeee yay) it's in Hillsborough, incredibly beautiful. 🌺
... to be continued...

Sydney's Fashion Diary said...

@Anonymous Thanks, Jenny! Keep them coming =)