Style Second: Slip Dress, Flannel and Hightops…

Above: I picked up this long Free People slip dress while in Idaho last month (more on that excursion HERE)…it is soft, flowy and opaque enough to be worn without a slip…
Hello lovelies…today, I present you an outfit that I thought I’d never wear.  It involves a long dress, a flannel and hightop tennis shoes; that being said, I rather loved the breezy energy of the resulting amalgamation.  
Kindly scroll on for more details as well as the Bottom Line
Above: I call this makeup look “Bronzed Apricot.”
Beauty Products Worn
smith and cult lip gloss
Above: Smith & Cult Fade the Sun.
Style Elements
Above: This Topshop flannel is my new favorite staple…I find a way to wear it at least once a week.
Above: I have no less than 8 Free People Strappy Bralettes…they are incredibly versatile and comfortable.
Above: Last look.
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Bottom Line: I hope you enjoyed this style post and would love to know which pieces in your wardrobe are giving you unexpected delight.  Truly, if you’ve been contemplating embracing the long dress trend, the Free People Star Chasing Slip in Raven Combo is an excellent place to start!
Good things ahead, including an overview of the new Chanel Fall collection, a hair-centric post and some new product procurements…I’m also in the midst of responding to your wonderful comments ; ) 
–The Beauty Professor

** PR sample provided for review denoted by an asterisk (the rest purchased by me),  however, as always, all of my opinions are expressly and unequivocally my own. 
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  • Debi Reply

    Great outfit! I have been wearing my converse high tops forever and love the way they look with dresses. You always look lovely!

    July 23, 2015 at 3:04 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Thanks so much, Debi!! High tops with dresses forever ; )


      –The Beauty Professor

      July 28, 2015 at 6:59 pm

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