What I Wore: Heart Back Ribbed Dress

Cut out dresses are fun. But since they provide very little support and I always feel cold, I never entertained buying a piece. But when end of season sale came at Topshop, all spring and summer dresses went for as low as $9. Along with my much loved pansy tea dress, I got a pink version of their heart back ribbed dress.

Water park chic! To avoid going around like you had trouble with Edward Scissorhand, I chose to strut it over the weekend’s trip to Wild Wadi (yes December is warm and sunny in Dubai). It gives me a perfect excuse to wear dress in as short time as possible before changing to a swimsuit.

While the cutout dress gets the fashion world divided, one cannot deny that the challenging a dress to wear, the more we want to flaunt it. If you must wear  a cutout dress for a good 8 hours of the day, make sure to buy proper support like this stick-on bra.

Do you own a cut out fashion clothing? Is it still waiting on your closet? Or you have already braved going out with it? Share us your experience!

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6 Responses to What I Wore: Heart Back Ribbed Dress

  1. Hamleth says:

    Nice post about dress. Especially the last picture. lol

  2. Franc Ramon says:

    You were able to carry the dress very well and looks comfy too.

  3. Pepper Tan says:

    A cut out dress spells sexiness minus the slutiness. It’s a shame I don’t have one in my closet.

  4. Debarpan says:

    this dress suits you very nice.

  5. It is a lovely dress – I’m not sure my DDs would have the appropriate support with a stick on (they were great when I was smaller) I would def wear a dress like this if I could. Thanks for being part of wardrobe weds and a happy Christmas to you x

  6. Melaina25 says:

    I think I could stick on a bra with super glue and it still wouldn’t work for me lol. Weather looks fab!
    ?Transatlantic Blonde?

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