FASHION | LEGit x Boity x Laurina Machite Look 2

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In my previous fashion post I promised you that I would be posting yet another fashion post inspired by the LEGit x Boity collaboration. Well, here it is! LEGit x Boity x Laurina Machite Look 2. If you missed the first post no worries, simply read it here and then come back here for more! (don’t forget to come back for more)

 

In this outfit I decided to keep things a bit more normal and less daring than the other post. I didn’t want to go too all out as I felt it would sway all the attention from this gorgeous dress. As soon as I put this dress on I knew it was a winner (and I understand you have heard me say this a lot but I am a girl who knows what she wants and knows a fabulous piece of garment when she puts it on and this one was a winner!).

Whoever designed this dress certainly took down very important notes in fashion school because boy is it slick! This is the sort of dress you need in your life for those spontaneous occasions where you are required to get up and go without a second to think about what to put on and what shoes to match it with.

The dress hugs you in all the right places and shows off all the curves you want to embrace and showcase. The fabric is thick yet stretchy making it not only durable but ideal to show off the right silhouette without exposes all your “lumps and bumps”.

 

I am also super in love with the length. I have mentioned here many times before that I am not a fan of mini dresses or mini skirts and this length is just right. It’s not midi length but it’s not mini either, the perfect balance between night out on the town and first date.

 

My favourite part of the dress has to be the side and the back. It is so perfectly structured that you don’t have to worry about the cut-out detail digging into your skin and having your skin bulge out. But the cut out detail is also not lose to the point where the side straps are just hanging there like dry leaves in fall.

 

I decided to pair this so-simple-and-gorgeous-it-hurts dress with my favourite pair of Zara strappy heels. These (as I have mentioned countless times like here, here, here, here – you get the point) are a must have for every woman’s closet. Versatile, chic, timeless.

Laurina Machite South African Fashion Blogger LEGit x Boity x Laurina Machite Look 1

 

What’s a classic look without a classic handbag. This little black beauty is my latest obsession. I carry it every! I am not a major fan of handbags, not as much as shoes, I buy handbags once every two/three years or so and when I saw this one I knew it would match with the theme of my closet for a long time. And it does.

 

All in all I wanted to keep this look as minimal as can be without having it be too simple and boring. I added a gold watch and simple gold accessories to give the outfit a bit of an extra pop!

If you are looking for a look to wow your blind date or to go out on the town with the girls in then this is your best bet. I wouldn’t recommend it for the office because of the amount of skin it shows but if you pair it with a blazer during the office day then I am pretty sure you can pull it off. This dress fits so many different occasions it’s unbelievable!

 

SEE ALSO: LEGit x Boity x Laurina Machite Look 1

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Outfit Details

Shoes: Zara

Bag: River Island

Dress: LEGit

Watch: Michael Hill



Did you purchase anything from the LEGit x Boity collaboration and how did you put it all together? I would love to know!

 

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