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Monday, April 1, 2019

How to style a tweed dress in spring 2019

Tweed is a boss girl trend. Who remembers rihanna's chanel outfit? I can't even think about any other fashion resemblance to this look than her fabulous dress. Tweed is trending lately and we all know how fashionistas and celebrities pull off this trend effortlessly. 

Tweed is a come back trend and in spring 2019 there are lots of styles circulating both on the runway and streets. Are you looking for a different way to style/wear tweed this season, then you can go with a tweed jacket, dress or even tweed heels. 

Get this blue Misslook Bodycon Fringed Checkered/plaid Crew Neck Midi Dress from Stylewe. Absolutely comfortable. Tweed has a touch of classy and proper. It is a posh trend, reinvented traditional heritage fabrics to create something more modern. This dress is also available in white and it totally gives a touch a genuine elegance.



Wearing: 
Hair: Sammydress.
Heels: Amiclubwear, you can read more about tweed boots here.












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  1. Such a lovely dress!Great pictures:-)

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  2. Oh my! I LOVE this look. Yes StyleWe does make some great pieces. And the boots oh la la!!

    Allie of
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  3. you look beautiful in that tweed dress....love how you styled it!!!

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  4. You look beautiful! This is such an elegant look.

    Kathrin | Polar Bear Style

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  5. very stylish look dear! i am crazy about your boots!

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