Apr 2, 2012 11:19 AM
Kristi wrote: "Hi there! As an avid daily reader, I decided who better to help me with my current dilemma than Outblush! I am graduating from college on May 5th, and I have been looking for the perfect dress, but I have not had any luck. I want something young, not frumpy, and I am open to any style really and pretty much any color - except nude, because it will just make me look like a ghost, but I REALLY like blue! I live in Florida, so it will be very hot, so something that is cool would be great. Graduation day feels like it is rapidly approaching, so I hope you all can help so I have one less thing to stress about. I am usually a size 4. Thanks!!!!!"
Hi Kristi - I hope something here floats your boat; having free rein to pick almost anything is a lot harder than it sounds! I kept it under $100 because I know college isn't the spendiest time of your life. My favorites are six, seven, and ten - let us know if one of them works for you!
1 - Gap Striped Cross-Front Dress ($65)
2 - BB Dakota Maida Voile Dress ($88)
3 - Forever 21 Ditsy Geo Dress ($14)
4 - Quiksilver Original Blossom Dress ($70)
5 - Tinley Road Double Layer V Dress ($44)
6 - ASOS Summer Dress in Floral Print ($45)
7 - Aqua Color Block Midi Dress ($88)
8 - Jack by BB Dakota Tracy Tulip Plume Dress ($70)
9 - Aqua Lace Cinch Waist Dress ($88)
10 - Remain Nionne Dress ($74)
11 - BB Dakota Bardot Lagoon Dress ($88)
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Mitchy here: I'd be happy to never put on another pair of pants. What this means for you is that I love all kinds of dress shopping - especially cute patterned dresses and party dresses. I also love colorful apparel and jewelry as well as vintage-styled home decor. Other things I don't usually put on resumes: expert cat wrangler, road tripper, and connoisseur of bad movies.