Celebrity Style Steal: Katy Perry

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Strappy is the new sexy. Ms. Queen of pop pictured above looks absolutely stunning in a strappy, wine colored dress. She wears this simple yet sexy attire to greet her fans out in the street. Her nude Christian Louboutin pumps give her legs an elongated and slimming effect, the red bottoms complementing the red tones on her dress- and she keeps her jewelry on the simple side with a few rings, a gold bangle, and a pair of Caribbean style dangly earrings.

 

For the women who don’t usually wear body-con dresses during the day- which is most of us this dress is ideal for a night in the town with the girls drinking or dancing. It has a curve hugging fit which allows you to keep your feminine figure on the dance floor and all eyes will be on you.

 

Strappy dresses, bralettes, and tops have been an ongoing trend in 2015- and for those who have not yet jumped on the bandwagon; this dress is a perfect place to start. It isn’t as bold as some other pieces out there in the market but for those who like the trend and want to dip their toe in the water, Solidify’D’s “Natasha” dress is for you.

            

 

Our ”Natasha” dress- is a tad- just a tad less risqué than Katy Perry’s. White gives off a very pure, innocent look but at the same time can be an eye catcher. The straps are not as low and are, dare we say, on the more conservative side as compared to Katy’s plunging V-line cut dress. In the fall, this dress can add as a nice detail peeking out of a leather jacket or cute trench coat. And you can never go wrong with a pair of your favorite red bottoms! Channel your inner Katy Perry goddess with our “Natasha” dress on sale now for $32.99.

~Truthfullyclassy

 

Milly Grace from Truthfullyclassy is a fashion and beauty youtuber, lifestyle blogger, and aspiring entrepreneur. Her life goal is to empower others to follow their dream and have a walk in closet full of shoes, pleather skirts, and glitter.
 

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