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Friday, February 7, 2014

Knot Your Mother's Dress, 1 Dress To Rule Them All Giveaway #MMBloggerSpotlight

***This is a Fashionista Events Opportunity.
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
Momma Told Me: Dress for you.

To anyone who has ever declared that 'Fashion is fleeting,' I humbly disagree. To begin, the most fashionable item you could wear, or own, if one that you feel absolutely stunning in. After all, how do you think bell bottoms have made so many comebacks through the years? Some teenage in Milan decides to pair them with a set of killer stilettos and rock the pavement like it was a high fashion runway. Instant turned heads. After all, you can put on a 10k dollar frock, and wash away in the background of label free fashionistas if you don't have the confidence to wear it.

The biggest key to fashion confidence, in my opinion, is comfort- Fashion Lie #2: The more uncomfortable, the better it looks. Wrong! You can have comfort and fashion as the same time, even more, you are likely to rock those shoes so much more fiercely when they aren't cramping your feet and causing calluses. Believe it or not, fashion is as effortless as finding those key wardrobe pieces you feel confident in, and rocking them every which way all year round. Having the perfect LBD, little black dress (or little pink dress, who am I to judge you?) can be the key to head-turning appearances, or simply a fashionable low key afternoon with the girls. Available in 4 vibrant hues, and classic black, Knot Your Mother's Dress, by Monroe & Main, is a classic example of great fashion.
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
Naturally it helps that I live in Southern California, to be able to rock a LBD any day of the year- but the ultra soft and flattering Knot Your Mother's Dress is versatile enough to transition through even the harshest weather. Don't believe me? The #MMBloggerSpotlight fashionistas have accepted the challenge to show how this wardrobe must-have transcends figures, age, and especially climate. Because it is made with a soft Rayon/Spandex blend, it can easily be layered over and under other clothing to create fashioned looks that also double as weather friendly. With a great pair of leggings, a coat, and some Winter boots, you can go from car to club looking as fierce as ever.
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
My only challenge, and Jay will argue this, with the Knot Your Mother's Dress, was styling the bust. Featuring and Empire Waist, the 'knot' of this dress offers a higher waistline that is friendly to full figures, but also accentuates cleavage. I can easily layer a tank top beneath, or a cardigan over, for more demure events. In a pinch, a great scarf will add instant print flavor to the outfit, and also deflect some of the attention from one's cleavage (if desired). Those with shorter torsos and pear shapes will benefit from adding a sparkly tie or belt to the mid-section, which can add some instant length and proportion.
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
While I love styling with bright colors, and there certainly are some great hues this dress comes in, I tend to gravitate towards black, which can be accessorized and styled with various pop of color. Above I added a light, reversible, skirt from No Boundaries to peek from the bottom of my dress and add some extra color and movement to my outfit. Adding a light skirt beneath a LBD is also a great way to add length for more formal events, while still enjoying the dresses' shorter cut on more formal and romantic occasions. For extra color I chose to style a pair of tropical wedges and a fuchsia handbag that proved perfect for walking the Boardwalk shops.
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
I fell in love with this dress not only for it's comfort, but for the classic design that could easily be worn around the house, or while running errands, at the beach as a cover-up, or even styled up for more formal occasions like our date nights. With a few extra strands of bling, a great jacket, and some killer boots this dress was transformed into a head-turning ensemble I feel especially confident in. A great outfit truly is effortless to wear, and the star of my wardrobe is surely Knot Your Mother's Dress- How would you style it?

What Daughter Says: Dress for what fits you, then let your confidence be your best accessory!





One Momma Told Me reader will will a Knot Your Mother's Dress in choice of size and color, thanks to Fashionista Events and Monroe & Main! There's also a blogger competition going on, so be sure to head on over and like and comment on my style photo to support me!

Knot Your Mother's Dress #MMBloggerSpotlight
Be sure to check out the Blogger LINKY below to hop on to the other 24 blogs and enter to win a Knot Your Mother's Dress. There are 25 dresses in all being given away! Don't forget to support me in the style challenge by liking and commenting on my style photo.

40 comments:

  1. The link for the first entry goes to Multi-Device Charging Station for USB Devices for iPhone, which I'm pretty sure is wrong for the answer

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  2. Yes, wrong link so.... I'll say I like the look of the first photo styling in this post of you on the wall.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. I like how you wore it but the tree. ♥

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  4. Yes, wrong link so I like your Romance at the beach look. Super cute.

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  5. They all look nice, but I think I like #23 the best because I love how it was styled with the blazer and the necklace, very cute!

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  6. I went to FB and looked at the bloggers...I liked yours. Great use of jewel tones!!

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  7. Wrong link, but I like your look by the tree - I love the black with the green and purple!

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  8. The link was not incorrect, it was a placeholder until the sponsor got their contest running....That entry is now open and running.

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  9. I think you pictures are very sexy but to answer your question I really liked The Maven of Social Media.

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  10. I left a comment on your Blogger Style Photo.

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  11. https://www.facebook.com/gahome2mom/posts/10201302981233120?comment_id=5161618&offset=0&total_comments=1

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  12. I like the look of Jade Louise Designs.

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  13. I like the way you are rockin' your dress with your boots and green jacket and bag.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  14. I think all of you look really nice . You definitely look trendy and elegant.

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  15. I have always loved your style choices. Your pictures are really great as well!

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  16. Honestly, I think you have the coolest picture and your accessories also rock your outfit. Well done!

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  17. Yours. I love your hair and your accessories!

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  18. Yours. I love your hair and your accessories!

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  19. I like yours and the bay are mommy!

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  20. I liked your On the Boardwalk look! Really cute!

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  21. Your dresses r pretty. Want grading and marking prices, call 212-704-0355

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  22. I love the shot overlooking the city

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  23. I really like Jman and Millerbug's Jean jacket and boots with the dress!

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  24. Pretty, Polished, Perfect. is my favorite!

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  25. I like jman and miller bug with the denim.

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  26. I liked and commented, tanya Edwards holland

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  27. I like pretty, polished, perfect's outfit best. I really like that blazer she paired the dress with

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  28. I like the way JadeLouiseDesigns wore the green with the bright pink cardigan and pretty scarf. It looks like such a pretty, summery outfit.

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  29. I love the black with white jacket

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