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Making a $30 Dress Look Like a $300 Dress

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We’ve all heard the famous saying, “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.” The more I think about it, the more I see how this can also apply to fashion. With floral dresses serving as one of falls favorite trends, I’ve {more often that I’d like to admit} been tempted time and time again to pull the trigger on a high end designer floral dress. Rather than splurging well over $1,000 on a “trendy” piece, I opted to find my own version at my favorite budget friendly retailer, Old Navy. I used my favorite styling trick of “book ending” which means if you are trying to make a $36 dress look like a $360 one, you balance each end of the look out with more luxe items such as a lace collar or embellished fancy flat. Adding layers around any dress can elevate the overall feel of the style. I absolutely love shopping at Old Navy for pieces like this one that you can easily add into your closet to carry you from season to season.

 

See more floral favorites from Old Navy at the bottom of this post.

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More floral favorites from Old Navy

Photos by Alexandra Gibbs.

Special thank you to Old Navy for partnering on this post.

Shop my outfit here:

Old Navy

Pintuck Swing Dress

$37

Ellery

Dexter Lace Collar

$215

Mansur Gavriel

Grand Circle Bag

$1095

Charlotte Olympia

Lynda Suede Heels

$795
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