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Little black dress


I felt like such a bombshell in this dress! When I was first contacted by the team of Stop Staring, I got really excited by the idea of wearing one of their vintage inspired rockabilly dresses. Possessing modern-day finesse with a twist of old Hollywood glamour, the slimming silhouettes and minimalistic lines hug you in all the right places. 

Available online and in countless boutiques, Stop Staring has an accredited list of features including articles in Vogue, Allure, Life and Style, Nylon, Marie Claire, and more... and they've even been dressing Paris Hilton, Zooey Deschanel, and Kim Kardashian among many other celebrity stylites. With literally hundreds of styles to choose from, it doesn't matter if you're looking for the perfect little black dress, flirty separates, burlesque fashion, or gothic inspired clothing, Stop Staring has the perfect dress just waiting for you.


(Billon Dollar dress c/o Stop Staring, Urban Original heels)

Comments

Gorgeous lady in black!

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Stilettostetico said…
WOow this dress (already) sounds like a (striking) Ôde to your KILLing Body, AND the dark(ilicious) symbiosis with your jet-black mane (faultlessly) achieves to mesmerize Dear Bella (who ideally rhymes with "Vavavooooooomissima" I shyly must add) !!!

à Bientôt, Antoine
Malu said…
Gorgeous! The yellow heels are amazing:D

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Harija said…
Looking great!
Neat post.. Wanna follow each other!
You are a bombshell! Love that you paired it with yellow.


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Andrés Corella said…
What a fabulous dress! And I love it with yellow shoes! Great pics

xx
Andy
The Black Label
Alex said…
Baby, you look sooooooooooooooooooo sexy! I want to see you in more black dresses. :D Love the shoes, too. Wish I was there with you right now...
totally crushing on that LBD, stunning. Love the way you assembled it with yellow pumps- nice choice lady!

keep bloggin,
Annina
www.cinchedatthewaist.com
STEFANIE said…
cute dress :)
Katta said…
awesome <3
xxx
denise1128 said…
Beautiful! I have been thinking of buying this dress and am now convinced. Do you think it is dressy enough to wear to black tie wedding?
Lala said…
great outfit and this shoes are amazing !

xo lala
I love your apaprtment, so beautiful. love the yellow shoes. Looking Fab as ever :)
karma said…
love the look.. love blk and yellow. :)

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