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You've Got Me Twisted Over You

Ya'll remember that Keith Sweat joint? Man, that was my FAVORITE. *goes down memory lane*  Anyway, the snazzy, sexy twisted front dress trend is all the rage and totally a favorite of mine!  Ruching detail, twisted coolness, all of those are flattering on most shapes and add in bit of a smaller waist while hiding some *ahem* issues.  

Miss Ciara rocked the heck out of her Jasmine De Milo red twisted front dress

Haute, right?  And those shoes! Giving me life right now!  The makeup is quite on point too and I must say that the hair is LOVELY.  All around win, Ciara, you did your thing.  

Here are some twisted, ruched, drape front dresses that I find to be quite appealing, what say you?

This dress is by James Perse and available for $225. Sexy yet still work appropriate!

This Riller and Fount number is available for $165

Image 4 of ASOS Twist Front Jersey Dress

Love this khaki green dress by Asos.  It's also quite affordable at only $45

Image 1 of ASOS Twist Front Jersey Dress

I've asked for this one on my Christmas list, quite wearable!  Another Asos beauty and it retails for $49 and comes in petite.

Those are some of my favorites.  I love them because they hide the rolls, pudge, and any other imperfections while still staying stylish and on trend!  Would you wear any of them?


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