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5/5/16

Rebecca Minkoff Dev Dress

rebecca minkoff dev dress


What goes through your head when you think of the month of May? I think of peonies blooming, The Temptations, The Met Gala, and (selfishly) my birthday. As I watch the looks roll in from the Red Carpet at The Met Gala tonight, I distract myself from not being in attendance (LOL) with the fact that it is my birthday week. A pretty logical pick-me-up if you ask me, especially when your birthday week is kicked off with photos from Reb and I's favorite photographers, J+D Photography (also shot with them here + here.) It is a true luxury to have such a talent located in the heart of Richmond and Rebecca and I are so grateful that J+D Photography could fit us into their busy schedule. These two and their team are in high demand and we have no doubt in our minds as to why. Shooting with David and Jada is nothing but enjoyable, if you can't tell from the pictures of Rebecca and I!
While it is going to be hard to live up to this birthday week's kick-off (thanks to Jada and David), Rebecca and I are going to end my bday week by officially celebrating my birthday on Saturday. You can follow along with our tour-de-Richmond on Bloglovin's snapchat (add them: BloglovinHQ.) As long time users and lovers of Bloglovin', Rebecca and I are a little too excited for The Crystal Press to takeover their snapchat on Saturday while we bee bop around the river city and clink glasses of Veuve Clicquot (it would be a birthday sin not to!) We can't promise anything revolutionary, but we can promise entertainment so don't forget to follow BloglovinHQ on snapchat so you don't miss out!
PS: I found this Rebecca Minkoff chambray Dev Dress at Monkees of Richmond and it is such a staple for Spring. Be sure to head there if you are in need of the latest Spring trends and stay tuned for Reb's look from Monkees later this week!
Posted while listening to Gorgeous by the X Ambassadors.TCO_000560rebecca minkoff dev dress rebecca minkoff dev dress rebecca minkoff dev dress j+d photorebecca minkoff dev dress j+d photorebecca minkoff dev dressDenim Dress: "Dev Dress" by Rebecca Minkoff from Monkees of Richmond / Bucket Bag: Baggu / Boots: Alexander Wang (similar herehere) / Sunglasses: Forever 21 / Lip stain: Tarte "Envy"

12 comments:

  1. The fact that that dress has pockets changes everything in my opinion. The sleeveless part would make me nervous and possibly fidgety, but it otherwise looks comfortable.

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  2. Like it. It looks fresh and flirty while still allowing maximum comfort and freedom. The short style makes it look sexy and pairing it with the boots the way you did gives it a very modern feel. Excellent choice for a warm summers day.

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  3. I do not see any pockets? Its not a bad thing though because pockets may ruin the look of the dress but for the sake of versatility I do not advise wearibg this dress often particularly when going out shopping.

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  5. I like the dress. It's simple and sweet, a little rustic. Certainly something I will wear for Spring!

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  6. Cute dress - the fabric looks like a mixture of lighter weight denim and possibly polyester to create the shine. Given the loose nature of the style and having a long torso myself, would rather the dress be a tad longer to ensure a gust of wind wouldn't be an immediate reveal.

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  7. Denim is new "IN". The denim dress is lavishly shown that a girl doesn't need to show her ill-fitted silhouette just to be sexy. Moreover, it is paired with the right accessories thus the confidence to carried out the dress is radiating.

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  8. I love off shoulder dresses so this is something I could see myself wearing. It looks comfortable and perfect for a day out.

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  9. That dress is timeless, you can never go wrong with denim. I'm very fond of may as well, spring gives the most fashion diversity in my opinion.

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  10. Nice dress combining with the boots, bag and glasses. It is nice, could be wear when going out for a walk during winter days.

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  11. I like the look of the dress. It has a youthful style. I could see it being worn on a warm summer day with sandals or maybe even paired with a belt.

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  12. What a super cute dress. This style is very casual and the design is trendy. Beautiful fashion indeed.

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