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    Affordorable.com

    is a virtual space where Liyana Aris documents her evolving modest personal style, which is based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest and doing it all on a budget; about 93% of her closet are filled with affordable things. (PS: The remaining 7% has a lot to do with her secret addiction to Adidas shoes and her occasional splurges on discounted high-end bags and clutches, shhh.) [+]
    8.8.14 .

    Floral Geometric Maxi Dress


    I don't think I'll ever find another maxi dress that's as dainty as it is loud.



    Seriously, the print on this dress is loud.

    But I also never felt more like a, well, girl. Adding a huge, black flower ring either made the look daintier or gave it a gothic element, but either way I actually like the pairing.


    This dress is not new at all—I don't even remember which store I got it from! It must have been from one of those fashion boutique stalls in Subang Parade I like so much.

    The dress has an empire waist, with more pouffe from the waist down than the amount of pouffe I'm used to. I rarely take it out of my closet but I'm wondering why that is though as I really do love this dress; plus, I remember getting a compliment on the dress from a complete stranger (how often does that  happen, right?) when I wore it to a Raya Aidilfitri open house two years ago!

    What do you think of the print of the dress? Must-have or must-not?



    Nude flats: VKI
    Scarf: The Street, The Curve
    Studded bag: New Look
    Ring: Diva
    Watch: Swatch

    I don't think I'll ever find another maxi dress that's as dainty as it is loud.



    Seriously, the print on this dress is loud.

    But I also never felt more like a, well, girl. Adding a huge, black flower ring either made the look daintier or gave it a gothic element, but either way I actually like the pairing.


    This dress is not new at all—I don't even remember which store I got it from! It must have been from one of those fashion boutique stalls in Subang Parade I like so much.

    The dress has an empire waist, with more pouffe from the waist down than the amount of pouffe I'm used to. I rarely take it out of my closet but I'm wondering why that is though as I really do love this dress; plus, I remember getting a compliment on the dress from a complete stranger (how often does that  happen, right?) when I wore it to a Raya Aidilfitri open house two years ago!

    What do you think of the print of the dress? Must-have or must-not?



    Nude flats: VKI
    Scarf: The Street, The Curve
    Studded bag: New Look
    Ring: Diva
    Watch: Swatch

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