Zaful Review | Cutout Jacquard Dress Dupe *

10/11/2015


For a California girl like me, summer never really ends, because even if it gets a little chilly the sun is always shinning and the sea is at my feet. I hardly ever get the chance to wear dresses in the fall but I felt this cut out dupe dress from Zaful was perfect for going from work to fun with friends. 


**DISCLOSURE**| Zaful sponsored this post allowing me to showcase my style in exchange for this dress and to suggest their website as way to spend less for all your trend savvy needs. This is my honest opinion about the company and the product I received.


This dress reminded of the Nasty Gal's "Claim to Fame Jacquard Dress." I think this is a perfect dupe dress from Zaful.com called Open Back A-Line Space Cotton Dress or *sponsored link*  V Neck Hollow Out Backless Sleeveless Dress. For $20 that is a steal! The original dress is $88! Zaful is prime place to pick up some fresh finds if you're looking for signature and runway styles to add to your collection.


Since this dress was all white, I decided to add a little texture, and whole lot of color. This is my first attempt at color styling for this blog and I must say I have a lot to learn. Accessories are key with this dress so don't be afraid to put on a watch or a hat. This scuba dress fabric is not ideal for summer as it warms the body like a flannel. I would suggest wearing it in winter with a nice trench coat or blazer.

TEXTURE|
Faux denim bustier top | [F21]
Michael Antonio Jace Coral Snake heels < Click for review | Heels.com
Purse is from | [H&M]

Company Review: Zaful

SHIPPING \ *FREE* Shipping worldwide took about a month (China). 

PACKAGING \ The dress came in an envelope and inside was another package with the Zaful logo.

PRODUCT \ The product was exactly as I expected but it did have a lot of wrinkles.

BEFORE YOU GO...

Would you shop at Zaful? If so what would you buy? Do you like this cut out dress? 

Special Thanks : (Photography)
Johnny captured these amazing photos! Please make sure to check out his blog on Humanities at The Cultural Report < Support Black Bloggers.

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This blog is NOT geared toward sexual orientation or gender classification. This blog is based solely on the blog authors experience and research. This blog is geared toward promoting a mixture of masculine and feminine attire and with an integrated genderless lifestyle.

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