Happy Fat Tuesday! Are you doing anything to celebrate tonight? As much as I’d love to go out, the extent of my celebrating will most likely be sitting on the couch with my laptop and a glass of wine. SO exciting. While my evening may be uneventful, today’s post is not because it is inspired by the oh-so-lovely romantic comedy, Pretty Woman. This twisted Cinderella story is a classic filled with numerous fashion statements that still inspire style today. No, I’m not talking about that outfit (although I’m sure it’s a popular Halloween costume), today’s Valentine’s Day look is inspired by the brown and white polka dot dress Julia Roberts wore during the polo match scene. While the color of this dress is mink and the polka dots cream, it is giving me some serious Pretty Woman polka dot dress vibes.
This Pretty Woman polka dot dress (that’s seriously how I refer to it) is figure flattering and hugs in all the right places. I love the deep V-neckline and how the pleated top meets the bottom half of the dress right at the waist creating (or accentuating) an hourglass figure. This Pretty Woman polka dot dress is a steal at $48 and also comes in navy! This online store offers sizes 0-14 so hopefully you can find it in your size just in time for Valentine’s Day!
You can shop the Pretty Woman polka dot dress I’m wearing by clicking HERE or check out the navy version HERE! I paired this dress with a pair of white pumps and a beautiful Kendra Scott necklace I won at an event a few weeks ago that matches everything! The sunglasses are Illesteva but I got them via DITTO, an amazing website that sends you designer sunglasses for only $24/month! By using the code FASHIONHOUR you can try it out for FREE!! Head to the DITTO website to check it out and get your first pair for free!
Be sure to visit tomorrow because I will be GIVING AWAY A DESIGNER OUTFIT perfect for Valentine’s Day! I’ll have all of the easy ways to enter in tomorrow’s post so go ahead and bookmark this page so you can easily find it! I promise you will not want to miss it!
Thanks for reading!