Preemptively Pinch Proof: Double Cross Green Dress


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Green Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a Debutante
 

Yes, I realize it’s still February, but every year (without fail) I forget to wear enough green to completely eliminate myself from the candidate pool of possible pinchees. My friends can vouch for this; I don’t like being touched at all, so the painful act of pinching is equivalent to grueling physical torture, similar to tickling. Of course, this aversion of mine provides even more of an incentive for people to unjustifiably target me (rude), so this year I’m overcompensating with a pretty 100% St. Patty’s Day-approved Double Cross green dress from The Mint Julep Boutique, which, to put it plainly, is everything.Not only is it the most gorgeous shade of forest green, but the cut and design are incredibly flattering for any and all body types.

Unfortunately, I’m not the only woman to find this dress essential to her winter wardrobe, so it sold out on The Mint Julep’s website within a few days. However, it’s now available through SheIn for just $25! As for shoe suggestions, it looks absolutely amazing with tall brown boots, like this pair from Kenneth Cole, strappy wedges, and heels (for a cute holiday work outfit, as long as it’s not too short on you). Since we only have so many more days of less-than-scorching weather here in Florida, I’m wearing mine with brown riding boots as long as nature allows. Head to the bottom of this post for full outfit details!
Green Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a Debutante Green Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a DebutanteGreen Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a DebutanteGreen Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a DebutanteGreen Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a DebutanteGreen Double Cross Dress from The Mint Julep styled by affordable style blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a DebutanteShop the Look: Dress: The Mint Julep Boutique (no longer available), Available Now at SheIn, $25 | Boots: Calvin Klein (similar), $289 or Kenneth Cole (similar and on sale), $200 | Bag: Tory Burch, $250 (Similar Style Linked, Exact Color No Longer Available) | Watch: Michael Kors, $275 | Bracelet: J. Crew, $15 | Sunglasses: Tory Burch, $175

 

 


 

You can check out my other looks from The Mint Julep Boutique here, here, and here. Happy Friday!

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30 thoughts on “Preemptively Pinch Proof: Double Cross Green Dress

  1. Natalie B.

    My favorite Spring time accessory is a light blush colored purse I have. So pretty & feminine. The color of this dress is perfect for your – gorgeousness!

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  2. ericaranay

    Still can’t find the dress anywhere!! ????????????

    Keep me posted if you ever decide to sell it!

    –bijou beach umbrella scarf in 4th of July

    Erica Rush, or ericaranay ????

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        1. stephanie.ziajka@yahoo.com Post author

          Hey Courtney! I haven’t– my dress came from The Mint Julep, but they sold out of the dress within a few days. The SheIn dress is actually modeled after the one I’m wearing, and I’ve heard from a few people that it’s pretty decent quality (for the price). Hope that helps!

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  3. Craco Monti

    Despite always being considered an staple for women’s closet, and being the most preferred footwear by men for women (i tell ya!) fashion designers insist on messing with the knee high heeled boots. I’ve saw plenty of girls from fashion blogs creating outfits with past seasons boots, tagging them as OLD. I think boot models from around 2010 were the best and many fashion bloggers hasn’t found new models like those (Dolce vitta Wendall, Aldo Flosand) Believe me, men always will love you wearing classic high heeled boots.

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  4. María Cristina

    Combining this beatiful and cute dress with those gorgeous tall boots instead of sandals or flats is something that only women who know of looking good knows. One of your best outfits.

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