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Dress Code Zero


Hey guys, it's been a while since i had a blogger style feature and today i will be featuring Karima of No Dress Code.I first came across Karima when she was featured on Fashion Bomb Daily and I was smitten by her style.Karima's style is a mix of many aesthetics and i love how she goes from chic to grungy to boho.Here is what Karima had to say about her style.

 Karima Says
"My style can be described as contemporary and minimalistic. With my 5'4 frame, it should not be that surprising that I love wearing heels, but because I live in a metropolitan area, I am often on the go. So I also enjoy the comforts of flats and sneakers. I get inspired by trends but I don't let them define or distort my personal sense of style. As far as young style icons go, Olivia Palermo is definitely one of my favorites, I have loved her style since her "The City" days. I also have a style-crush on Solange Knowles and Rihanna."

Check out Karima's style

I  badly want to raid Karima's closet!!! Check out her blog here

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  1. I've came across her blog before! She has a cool style. I really like the blue jumper she had on! :)

  2. she's awesome and I loooove her blog and outfits!

  3. she is so cute and I love her sense of style

  4. she is so cute and I love her sense of style

  5. I love finding curvy bloggers like myself x

  6. Loveee this so much u look good girl

  7. just checked her blog; really cool style x

  8. Love Karima!!! She is the sweetest ever

  9. Fabulous style! I love all the different looks.

  10. Gorgeous and uniqe style, i cant decide which photo i like better!

  11. Love those looks!!!


  12. She has dope style... never been to her blog before, i will be stopping by!

    Check out my blog, comment, and follow if you like!
    Confessions Of A City Girl

  13. I've seen her blog before. Love her style!!! Good one

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  14. I've never seen her blog before. She has great pieces!

    ANd I kept help but notice I have many of the shoes in these pics too!


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