This dress was one of my AMAZING finds while in Bangkok, Thailand. I saw it, and it literally screamed at me. I knew I had to have it.  Caleb thinks it looks like a Coogi sweater…and insists on calling me Biggie all day when I sport the garment. I normally wear it as a dress, but for this fall day I layered jeans under and wore it as a tunic!

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Tip: When wearing a LOUD pattern keep the rest of the outfit simple: solid pants, minimal accessories

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Tip: If you’re not feeling the Dress Over Jeans look, just tuck the front in and create a Hi-Lo silhouette instead

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Tip: For us shorties don’t be afraid to cut any jeans that are too long (I always do). It creates a natural released/frayed hem, which is so in right now
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I kept my accessories simple with a Gold Watch, an Open Bangle Bracelet, and one statement piece, a geometrical ring.

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Tip: To make your costume jewelry last (i.e. not tarnish or fade) don’t get them wet. Take any rings or bracelets off when washing your hands, using lotion, or spraying on perfume.

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I hope you all enjoyed this outfit. I know I sure did! Let me know how you style a LOUD patterned piece in the comments below.

Patterened Tunic Dress | Black Skinny Jeans | Black Loafers | Gold Watch | Open Bangle Bracelet | Statement Ring |