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Hear, hear: I now announce that weddings are back. After a long lack of wedding celebrations due to pandemic-related cancellations and delays, now every single couple you know seems to be tying the knot. This poses a real problem for those wedding guests who pride themselves on having the perfect ensemble for every atmosphere and location. We are running out of capital to fund our wedding suits. I’m here to propose a solution in the form of Revolve’s best-selling black dress.
As one does when shopping at Revolve, I ordered five different options for my friend’s wedding. I mistakenly thought that the low price of the black dress indicated a lack of quality. I was very wrong as the other dresses I bought at 3x the price felt inadequate. The black Superdown dress (a Revolve brand) trumped them all.
Classy and sexy with on-trend cutouts, it didn’t require any modifications to my 5’4″ frame (beyond sporty Zara heels), nor did it crumple in my haphazardly packed suitcase. My elegant date donned a real tuxedo, complete with suspenders and shiny oxfords. His ensemble was tailored, pressed, and tripled the wallet of my look, and yet the Revolve dress matched his elegance.
The genius of the curvaceous garment lies in its versatility and surprisingly affordable price. Shop this dress for $76 and you can style it any way you want for just about any event. Unlike the viral Zara dress, I highly doubt you’ll see another wedding guest (or three) dressed the same.
I wore it under a brontosaurus in a posh museum with minimal accessories. But YOU could go barefoot for a sexy beach moment or dress up abroad with oversized, colorful accessories. It works just as well in June as it does in October and February, and… you get the idea.
Buy the damn dress – you won’t be disappointed. Unless you happen to be a guest at the same wedding as me.
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