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Textured Stripe High-Low Dress OOTD...Workplace Edition!

Hello, Dolls

Here's my latest outfit of the day for the workplace! I'm wearing the Textured Stripe High-Low Dress from Forever 21! I wanted some dresses for work that allow me to remain professional, but, at the same time, I wanted them to be comfortable, stylish, wash and wear, and inexpensive. Forever 21 is always my go-to place for all of the above. I loved this dress when I saw it, I bought it in wine and in black. The great thing is the entire outfit was under $25! The dress was originally $26, but I got it for $13, and the wedge shoes were on sale for $7! They both were a steal! Outfit deets at the bottom!


What I'm wearing:
-Textured Stripe High-Low Dress: Forever 21
-Taupe Wedges: Rainbow Clothing
-Lipstick: Bawse Lady by the Lip Bar

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