What I Wore: ELOQUII Blocked Sleeve Wrap Dress

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Image of a woman in a black, yellow, pink, and blue graphic printed wrap dress, holding a black handbag, wearing tan suede heeled sandals, and sipping on an iced latte. She is standing outside near chairs and tables with red umbrellas.

Another day, another ELOQUII dress!  Seriously, they make some of the best dresses.  They're designed to flatter curves, and have such interesting prints and/or details it's easy one-step dressing and you end up feeling polished.  I've had this dress from ELOQUII for a couple months now; I've worn it to a baby shower, to brunch, to an ELOQUII event at their store in the DC area, and even have thrown it on with a pair of Rothy's flats to run errands.

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Dress: Blocked Sleeve Wrap Dress c/o ELOQUII (14) | Bag: Bamboo Handle Clutch c/o ELOQUII (sold out; same bag on Rue La La) | Shoes: FRANCO Franco Sarto | Necklace: Etsy (store closed; similar) | Bracelet: Had forever (budget-friendly alternative)

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This dress is machine washable and can be thrown in the dryer.  In fact, I've washed and dried this dress two times already. It's not lined, but I find it opaque enough and the lack of lining makes it more comfortable on a hot and humid day.  In fact, you can likely tell by my hair that the day these photos were taken it WAS hot and humid! The dress fits so well I don't even need a safety pin at the bustline.  The only thing missing is pockets for it to be perfect.

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I had these shoes in violet for a while now and find them incredibly comfortable for the height.  I have wide feet and sandal-style shoes usually don't work for me unless they come in wide widths.  These fit straight out of the box, and they don't rub on my pinky toes.  I don't have any neutral heeled sandals so I decided to get a second pair of these shoes in almond.  They're a bit more grey-toned/taupe than I expected but I like them and think I'll be wearing them a lot this summer.  And yes, you CAN wear suede in summer.  That old rule is dead and suede is a popular fabric this season!

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