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STYLE- ONE SHIRT DRESS,TWO STYLES IN SUMMER X ONE DRESS MANY WAYS

The Climate weather condition we experience here in Nigeria is the Wet and Dry Season. Summer they say is the season between Spring and Autumn, Some say it's the hottest time of the year, but generally all over the world, it is the period comprising of the months of June, July and August. Sorry lovelies, I have been MIA and there is no excuse enough to have blanked out like that, please bear with me. Fashionistas really like to gush about summer because its that time of the year to bring our daring fashion game on, go on Vacations, Summer holiday, Out door Sporting activities like skiing,swimming, picnics and so on. In the summer activities, we like to dressup and bring our fashion game on.
The Shirt dress is my favorite go to outfit for summer or any day that isn't cold, it is very versatile, I can style it in many different ways as I did in one of my post HERE. This is how I wore my shirt dress.
LOOK 1


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I rocked this look to a nice time out with my Sweet friend.
Posing like Genny (winks)
LOOK 2




I rocked this look to Friend's Bridal Shower 

How will you style your ShirtDress? Which Of My Styles do you like? What will you wear for Summer?  If you are still clueless on what to wear or how to style your shirt dress, you can take my idea and thank me or tag me!!!


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  1. I love the looks and your mask on the last pic is cute too
    sophieatieno.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Sophie, am checking out your blog right away

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  2. I like! Shirt dresses are so comfortable. Bith looks are great, I'm loving look 1 more though, with those black shoes ♥♥

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    1. Thanks Mauve, just checked out your blog, its nice

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  4. Just passing but you fabulously look good. 😇🙌💪

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    1. Lol! thanks for stopping by and the compliment

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  5. Love look 1, it's more of how I would style my shirt dress, summer means exams and clinicals for me so I'm not psyched about it. Welp.

    Nappyhaired.com

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    1. Awwww! Lazy Natural,I wish you luck in your clinicals and exams, you have to study to show thyself approved. God has sent peeps like you to come heal the world. where have I been? your blog is lovely for naturalistas really.

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  6. Nice one..... looking forward to getting my own shirt dress buh its a pity i don't have hot legs

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    1. Awww! it depends on what you call hot, you have to love that leg, because there are peeps who dont have leg, please tag me when you rock your outfit dear.

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  7. I love look two more, it's unique. The face mask is so adorable.
    Divadiari.blogspot.com

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