Accessories, accessories, accessories! If you don’t take anything from this post, remember at least one thing — your accessories, or lack thereof, can really make or break an outfit.
I got this beautiful Zara dress from Buffalo Exchange for $8.00. This dress normally retails for $108. Yup, saved $100 by getting it from a consignment shop! Definitely loving those savings. While the dress is surely flattering, it’s rather plain by itself. I knew I needed the right accessories for this dress to come alive. So, the dress hung in the closet until Suda Fashions came along.
I received this gorgeous statement necklace and earrings from Kelly Suazo-Davis, owner of Suda Fashions, to review. She choose the pieces based on what she believed would look great on me, and I have to say, she nailed it. Suda Fashions is an online boutique geared to women seeking fashion conscious accessories. Dedicated to sourcing designers that offer newness and intriguing fashion sense, Suda Fashions offers stylish exclusive jewelry, handbags, and original accessories. Their founding principle is to provide women with eccentric, quality pieces that enhance, endow, and exuberant confidence from within.
This statement necklace was the PERFECT compliment to my thrifted Zara dress and simply made the outfit. Add these super cute triangular earrings that matched the necklace and I was absolutely ready to wear this dress out.
These Guess sandals were simply another awesome addition to the dress as the colors were spot on. I got these from Nordstrom Rack for $34.99 and absolutely love them. They are not too tall, block heels and very versatile!
To complete this look, I added my often used clutch that I purchased from Aliexpress.com for $7.00. Suda Fashions’ motto states, “Embody Fashion. Exude Confidence,” and I definitely live by that motto when it comes to fashion. Nothing screams gorgeous more than a confident woman.
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