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Do you know what I was lacking this weekend? The thing I haven't done for ages for my blog: an inspiration post. I think inspiration posts are very important to build an interesting link between blogger and her or his readers without influence of blogger's own image. Inspiration posts also take off the limit of blogger's body and lifestyle to form outfits. For example if I most have casual times and activities such as work, walkies with my dogs and meeting my family I have a hard time wearing gowns. But if I love gowns and want to enjoy it without feeling guilty of swarming my closet with currently useless items I go window shopping and naturally want to share it with my readers. From this my numerous inspirational posts are born. But to tell the truth lately the lack of said posts presented because I was all into simplicity and as little clothes as possible. And even if I were window shopping I mostly enjoyed themed summer items. One of the places I liked was Luvyle. This is just the occasion to share my favorite items with you. During hot days I tend to wear a lot of dresses, mostly roomy and breezy, often long. I don't find it at all the fashionable but (pssst!) you should not force yourself to look fashionable 100% of the time, always. Or so I think. Today I want to share cute dresses I liked and find worthy of posting on blog and social media. Here are my top three choices:
https://www.luvyle.com/printed-vintage-camisole-dress-p-88996.html
Very bright and laidback. Trust me it would look perfect with a little breeze and messy hair.
https://www.luvyle.com/round-neck-letters-printed-sleeveless-casual-dresses-p-44078.html
I would SO wear this one for a date! It is such a statement due to wonderful print. Major love to the eye.
https://www.luvyle.com/v-neck-solid-color-sleeveless-maxi-dress-p-87679.html
Casual, simple made for accessories. Highly recommend!

Do you like my choices? Do you tend to wear dresses more often during summer? Let me know in comments.
By the way, if you are more of shorts and tee gal luvyle has super cute t shirts just like pictured below. Take a look!
https://www.luvyle.com/daisy-christian-printed-round-neck-t-shirt-p-85112.html


 

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Lyosha

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  1. I love a good inspiration post! That second look is so so gorgeous. What a bold and artistic design.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  2. What cute dresses! I really like that black maxi dress, I love a dress with pockets! :)

    Hope that your week is going well :)

    Away From Blue

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    1. I totally see you rocking this one. I think you have similar in navy, right?

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  3. This black dress is so superb/ I have been seeing Luvyle ads a lot since quite a few says. I'll shop from them soon!

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  4. I love the black gown. It's such a great piece that you can dress up or down depending on what you're doing. Nothing is more versatile than black, right?

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