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Sexy Effortless Look for a Night Out!!!

I am in Shreveport for the weekend with my line sister/best friend April. (Big ups to her for taking my pics! Lolz) The night called for something cute, comfortable and sexy . Went and had some drinks with some friends (Turn up! Lolz) But I decided to pull this old fitted mini dress that I got from Charlotte Russe! I paired it with an old denim shirt to wear around my waist. This is great because it is a 90s look which is totally in right now! I stayed with the casual feel of the outfit by pairing it with some sandals. These sandals I just got recently from payless. I paired it with my earrings and a few bracelets. Have to have accessories!!! This look is totally easy to duplicate and make it your own! Try any fitted dress that makes you feel like the fabulous woman that you are! Use an old denim jacket if you don't have a denim shirt. And use your accessories to add a little "oomph" to your outfit. Hope I get to see what you lovely guys come up with! XO and Stay FAB!!!! - Stormie

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