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Fab Finds at Marshalls: Ladylike Style


If you had to categorize my personal style, I wouldn’t exactly call it ladylike. I am more rock n roll, eclectic, and/or edgy if anything. However that doesn’t mean I won’t channel my sophisticated-inner-self every now and again. IMG_11417

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I’ve partnered with one of my all time favorite bargain hunting spots, Marshalls to style the hottest spring 2013 trends. Last week I was rocking shades of sorbet and this week I styled and modeled (I use that term loosely) the ladylike trend. IMG_1162

The ladylike trend is all about old-school feminine style – lace, vintage inspired cardigans, fit and flare dresses, sheath dresses, and anything else that makes you feel a little bit girly. I always think of the show Mad Men while styling for this trend. Would Betty or Joan wear it? If the answer is yes, then you are total on-point. IMG_11578

For this week’s look I would definitely say that I am more Joan than Betty.  I found this amazing little black dress with some “hit ya from the back” lace details at Marshalls – it was a gosh darn steal of a deal too. I added a few more ladylike details to the look including this little bow belt that I added to the dress. I mean, why be tied down to the belt that comes with the dress? That’s silly. If you are going to go bow, go big – so I added a pair of bow toe leopard print shoes to the mix. I topped off the look with some black shades with feminine pearl details. IMG_1143

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Are you finding amazing deals at Marshalls? Share them with the world by using the tag #FabFound on Twitter, Facebook, and Instragram for a chance to win a $50 Marshalls giftcard. If you’ve ever been to Marshalls then you know just how far you can stretch a $50. For more details visit Marshalls Facebook page.

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 Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Marshall’s via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Marshall’s.