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Heels: Stuart Weitzman
Clutch: YSL


As summer is winding down, the season for long dresses are officially over. This blog is featuring one of the look that I wish I had a chance to wear. I am always a sucker for long dresses, especially the ones with side slits, it just make your legs a lot nicer and longer. I always wanted to attend a wedding with a special someone, I guess it is just not my time yet! But I love collecting these dresses, just so one day I can get to wear them, also Revolve have some amazing long dress if you are looking to find them. But I think this dress can be dressed down into a more vacation and beachy long dress, it'd be super cute to catch the sunset in these, don't you think? In this look, I paired up this washed out military olive green long dress from Tularosa the Label with the black staple pieces, such as my go to black strappy heels from Stuart Weitzman, they are fairly comfy in considered of their height. As well as my YSL wallet on chain, which can be used as a sleek clutch in this case. 


Love,
Chloe Zhang



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