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Empowering. Bold. Forward.

The three words behind Missguided, one of my personal favorite online destinations for attainable and trendy fast-fashion. These three words (empowering, bold, forward) are absolutely essential in establishing confidence in the way you dress on a daily basis. And that’s exactly why Missguided just so happens to be one of my favorite destinations for killer gems and darling steals at attainable price tags.

This particular outfit is inspired by one of my favorite looks for fall: minimal and classic – yet absolutely trendy and chic. A scallop hem dress (like this gorgeous going-out darling) is the LBD staple of the year – especially because it combines a trendy hemline with a little bit of a sexy plunging neckline and classic silhouette. I paired the dress with the softest faux suede biker jacket around (I never want to take this darling off) that looks so chic paired with just about any neutral staple under it. I foresee lots of nighttime wear in this cutie coat and plan on wearing it lots throughout the winter months. I paired the two Missguided pieces with my favorite classic accessories – declaring this outfit empowering, bold, and most definitely forward. Happy Thursday! XO

Thank you Missguided for sponsoring this post, all opinions are my own. 

Jordan Afshin Photography

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  1. Jessi, this is so freaking cute!! I’m obsessed with mustard for fall, and I love how you’ve paired it with that adorable black dress! I definitely need to check out Missguided:)

    xo
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  2. I am just dying over the scallop hem dress. I have a similar one in white (without the plunging neckline though) and it’s been such a staple in my wardrobe. I am loving the black one as well!

    Vera @ The Vera Story
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