Summer Red-y with Zaful

Dress (worn as top): c/o Zaful / Jeans: Topshop / Heels: Zara (old, similar) /
Bag: Vintage / Sunglasses: Karen Walker / Earrings: BaubleBar

Sure, there's the LBD and summer whites, but red is surely up there in the canon of color classics, right? At least I think it should be. You may remember I rounded up some of my favorite pieces from Zaful a few weeks ago. I first heard of Zaful when another beautiful blogger I follow, Sunita, wore some outfits from them on her blog. She wore this super chic military-inspired coat and then looked drop-dead-gorgeous in this blue number! So when Zaful reached out to me I was excited to see what their newer collection was like. Zaful's actually celebrating their third birthday, for which they have fun little confetti on their site right now!

I always love when a shopping site provides themes or easy-to-search features. Zaful does this in a bunch of ways - search by color, material, or destination (like going to the seaside!). I picked out this floral number from their selection of red dresses. I've been getting more and more into wrap dresses lately and I'm also just another sucker for a floral print. If florals or wrap dresses aren't your thing, might I suggest some seasonally appropriate gingham? Or a midi dress?

This dress has asymmetrical layers which were a bit hard to figure out - I ended up wearing it as a top over some jeans which I think turned out nicely! Keep in mind your measurements when ordering from Zaful, by the way - I'm 5'4 and wearing a L. The tie waist makes it easy to adjust to your waist size and I love the collar detail. I will say however that it took several weeks for my package to arrive, so just keep that in mind!

Want to try out some of Zaful's pieces for yourself? Take a look at their huge selection on their site and take 15% at checkout with the code ZFCB01!

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I received this dress as a gift from Zaful. All opinions are totally my own! Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog.


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