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Wiggle Away

The ASOS wiggle dress is a favorite among fashionistas, and I finally got my hands on the art deco print. I am not a fan of the color green, but the dress was heavily discounted, and I decided it was time to add this classic silhouette to my closet.

From church to work, brunch, or even a wedding, this is a versatile style that can be worn anywhere.  The pictures below show how I rocked it to church sometime last month. 

Have a fabulous week.


  1. I love the Wiggle dresses. Just did a post about a green one I bought from ASOS. Love yours!

  2. Love the dress! The pattern is so fun! You look amazing!
    Happy Monday & Much love!
    xoxo, Vanessa

  3. I think the green looks great on you, and obviously, the pockets are everything.

  4. I love the sandals
    And green sure looks good on you

  5. I love the print of this dress. You look great!

  6. Hey Lady Chic,

    Printastic dress, you look sweet!

    The wiggle dress is Asos' gift to women, it's such a classic silhouette, very flattering to all figures.

    Fun fact- It's called a wiggle because the hemline width is narrower than the hipline width of the dress, thus the wearer would indeed need to wiggle, wiggle, wiggle when walking. lol

  7. Love the dress. So good I can buy Ankara and give my tailor to make this :-)

  8. You look gorgeous, indeed it is a versatile dress . Love it.

  9. i'm a bit funny about the colour green as well; but when there's a discount involved, i'll also set aside my prejudice!

    the dress looks amazing on you; you made a good choice purchasing it!

  10. I love the dress. Looks great on you

  11. Oh so pretty dress.
    I love it babe
    The Bandwagon Chic | Instagram | Bloglovin | Snapchat: bandwagonchic

  12. omg give it to meeee

  13. I just ordered this dress, couldn't resist the discount lol. It looks great on you!
    Titi's Passion

  14. Adorable dress. You are very pretty. Kisses :)


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