Today I will be sharing some amazing dress that will add a whole different comfort to  your summer days. Keeping budget and style I have selected the best 20 trends

1.White Spaghetti Strap Pleated Floor Length Dress

White Spaghetti Strap Pleated Floor Length Dress
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2.Sleeveless Crochet Hollow Shift Dress

Sleeveless Crochet Hollow Shift Dress
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3.Spaghetti Strap Hollow Pineapple Print Jumpsuit

Spaghetti Strap Hollow Pineapple Print Jumpsuit
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4.Spaghetti Strap Pineapple Print Backless With Shorts

Spaghetti Strap Pineapple Print Backless With Shorts
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5.Black Open Back Thigh Split Maxi Vacation Dress

Black Open Back Thigh Split Maxi Vacation Dress
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6.V Neck Lace Insert Open Back Pleated Dress

V Neck Lace Insert Open Back Pleated Dress
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7.White Off the Shoulder Floral Crochet Lace Blouse

White Off the Shoulder Floral Crochet Lace Blouse
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8.Neon Green Spaghetti Strap Pleated Maxi Dress

Neon Green Spaghetti Strap Pleated Maxi Dress
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9.Grey V Neck Sleeveless Tassel Dress

Grey V Neck Sleeveless Tassel Dress
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10.Boat Neck Embroidered Hollow Top

Boat Neck Embroidered Hollow Top
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Well this dresses were the top selling dress for the first half of this summer season. I hope you all like this and don't forget to share your ideas. Thank you.
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  1. Take it seriously: Do regular post, read your readers comment and try to focus on the demands
  2. Try to grow your social network: Social networking is really important to grow audience. Try to have a g+ page, facebook page and pinterest account.
  3. Improve your marketing: Try to reach out to products of more companies that have quality and affordable to your audience
  4. Engage: Read and write replies of your audience
  5. Improve your reader interface,if needed change your blog's template
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Gorgeous denim shorts with top white lace blouse and cute goggles the best summer teen fashion

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How to get perfectly shaped eyebrows in 4 steps
1. The inner edge of your brow should line up with the outside of your nose.
2. The highest point of your arch should be where the diagonal line extending from the outside of your nose to the outside of your pupil would hit.
3. The outer edge of your brow should taper off at the point where your eyebrow and the diagonal line from your nose to the outside corner of your eye would intersect.
4. The bottom of the inner and outer edges of your brow should line up horizontally
By Career Girl Daily


It’s though being in your mid-twenties, succeeding in this world isn’t easy — especially if you are a career driven woman. You have to be positive, emotionally strong, driven,  passionate and a real fighter to show what you are worth. And if you want to be a #girlboss, you need to act like it. Whether you’re on the path you’ve always dreamed of or are still finding your way, these 10  habits will pay in dividends down the line. Read on!
#1 – Set up your Facebook privacy settings
 You don’t want your colleagues to see your party photos—and anything else you don’t want shown to potential future employers or coworkers. Facebook allows you to create customized friend lists so you can choose who sees your check-ins, photos, and other details about your personal life. Be sure that every time you accept a new friend request you’re adding your contacts to the appropriate list. On a similar note, unless you want all of your tweets and photographs shown to the world, make your Twitter and Instagram accounts private.
#2 -Build out your LinkedIn profile
Your Linkedin profile  is your shop window to recruiters and potential employers, and the first place which potential recruiters will look when they are considering contacting you. Treat your LinkedIn profile like a summary of your greatest hit. As you make new contacts throughout your career, add them on LinkedIn so you can always have a pulse on what they’re up to.
#3 – Update your CV every 3 months.
Make it a habit to update your CV with new experience, skills, and projects. Details become blurry over time, and you don’t want to forget an important detail of a project.
#4 – Always send a thank you or follow-up email
Send a follow-up email or note after a meeting with, or gesture from a business contact. Gratefulness and manners will always be remembered.
#5 – Be confident 
By this time, you may have had a few jobs, taken on some projects, and conversed with others in your field. Assess your skill set and become familiar with the space so you can become confident in your value the next time you’re due for a raise or job offer.
#6 – Become a network pro
You shouldn’t have to feel like a shell of your real self in professional environments. Depending on your industry and work environment, the line may differ; know, and treat it carefully.
#7 – Always show up 10 minutes early
Think of this as more of a life lesson than anything—but punctuality is among the most important of professional habits to adopt. It’s an honest indicator of your organizational skills and overall reliability.
#8 – Get and stay, organized. 
Use a to-do list and make sure your physical workspace is a neat and tidy environment. Get up earlier to manage your day.
#9 – Respond to emails within 24 hours
Make sure you respond to your emails with 24 hours. If you’re heading out on vacation, don’t forget to set an out-of-office response telling people when you’ll be back in touch.
#10-  Dress for the job you want. 
We all know that clothes are an important form of nonverbal communication, so do your best to avoid those side-eye glances.
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By abeautifulmess
These pillows are lovely, the design is simple yet so modern!

These pillows are lovely, the design is simple yet so modern!Love these! And such a fun project I can do with my 3 yr old... she's a master at abstract painting (he he he). And P.S... Can I just say how much I love that most ABM DIY's are fast & easy to execute? With a toddler and career I don't have a lot of time for creativity, but I need it in my life so much! 

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By Free People

“When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.” – Wayne Dyer
We might not realize it, but the people who surround us influence our perspective. Through body language, through word… it only takes something small to cause our view to become distorted. Sometimes for the better, but I’ve found this negatively effects me as well.
I am my own person… my thoughts, mine. My actions, mine. But to a certain point, I think I inherit some of what surrounds me. It just happened to me the other day…
I was having a conversation with a good friend about a topic I didn’t know much about. Before I could form an opinion for myself, she had already done so for me. I had no previous knowledge of said topic, so all I knew of it was the points she addressed… the pros and cons through her eyes.
If something is put out into the universe, it’s there for us to absorb. In this case, it was her opinion, which pieces of I took in. I have the problem of then building my own opinion on top of someone else’s.
How do you erase what you already know? Can you?
I think you can, it just takes knowing what influence to allow in, or push aside. When we neutralize the way we look at something, we start back at zero. The vibes and energy that linger around should always stay true to you. I think it takes a little bit of learning… learning that we have control over our perspective, no matter how many influences surround us.


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By DesignLoveFest
10 THINGS / BEING HAPPY ALONE

When i was younger i remember always wanting to be around people. my mom said one of my friends would leave after a sleepover and i would already be asking for the next friend to come over. i guess people have always been my safe space. i always felt bored, depressed or anxious when it was just me alone with my thoughts. i was never good at goodbyes and i hated when the fun came to an end. so imagine my fear when i ended up single and living alone. there were a few days there that the silence was unbearable. i would fill each evening with a social activity so i didn’t have to face it.
and then one day i realized. this IS my reality so i better learn to like it. or even love it.
and i’ve actually seen myself change over the past few months. slowly but surely. here’s a few things that helped…
1. created rituals for myself. i really like rituals or traditions in my life so i thought about ways that could bring me peace while i was feeling worked up or anxious about being alone in my house. my go-to was checking my phone (which really doesn’t help anything) so i made my own little safe space. my coffee table is full of candles, gifts from people i love, and good smelling oils. when i get home, i sit down on the couch and light the candles, maybe burn some sage. it always makes me feel happy to be home.
2. learn from my friends. the other day i stopped by a friend’s house because i knew she had a rough morning and i wanted to give her a hug. she had tears in her eyes at the door, but behind her there were all of these rainbows dancing on the walls because she hung up a bunch of crystal prisms in the window. she just said to me “hey, i’m trying.” those rainbows made her feel happy. or at least helped. it showed me that we are ALL just doing our best everyday. we are all going through something and need a little pick me up.
3. so what are my pick-me-ups? i was ready to figure that out. i love waking up naturally. no alarm clock freaking out in my ear in the morning. so recently i have given myself that luxury (when i can.) i usually wake up on my own at a fairly decent hour anyways, so i threw away the set the alarm for 7am and start working right away mentality. it wasn’t helping me. now i wake up around 8 or 9, my cat is always next to me in the same spot, and i feel a more relaxed energy put on my day.
4. start a series. okay so this is the embarrassing part of this post, but whatever. i was searching through netflix for something to watch one night and figured, what the hell i am going to see what this “gossip girl” show is all about. and if i like it, there’s 6 seasons to get addicted to! i did get into it, but i wouldn’t go around recommending this cheesy show to everyone i pass on the street. it’s really not very good. ha. but it’s mindless and sometimes i make myself a fancy margarita with agave, grapefruit and salt, sit down on the couch with my candles and watch a few episodes before i go to bed. because WHY NOT? (totally open to other netflix series with better material by the way. also i have a crush on dan.)
5. music for when my mind is going haywire. sometimes i totally feel the pressure of being a freelancer. keeping up with all of my responsibilities. conference calls, emails, meetings, planning, producing, showing up, being “on”, executing ideas, coming up with new ideas, being a good boss, being a good blogger. it can be a lot swirling around in my head and sometimes i just need something to calm me down. and since it’s not appropriate to drink wine all day, i downloaded thisspa music on spotify (i guess i’m just gonna tell you all the cheesy things about me in one post) when my brain needs a break i try to just take some deep breaths and listen to it. it helps.
6. cook something new. the other night i made pasta carbonara with pancetta and peas. just for me. and i probably ate 4 servings. i like listening to ray charles and cooking something new. i want to try to do this more often. once i learn portion control.
7. take care of something. having my two cats bring me a lot of happiness. they are both so different but loving in their own ways. i think it can heal you to take care of something or someone else. even if it’s a house plant. which reminds me, i should go water mine.
8. keeping it clean. i am really not a very neat person. there is usually clothes on my floor in the bathroom and dishes in the sink. and i will definitely admit that having a house keeper every two weeks keeps me sane and is one of my splurges. but lately i have found that i enjoy keeping it clean in between visits too. zone out and wash the dishes. spend 5 minutes and pick up the clothes in my room and then go to work so i don’t come home to a messy environment. it’s just me here, i can’t make that much of a mess. and noticing that clean = happy and sticking to it.
9. remove the unhealthy habits. now that i have a lot of time to sit and think, i try to at least be productive with my thoughts. i think after a break up you can sit and torture yourself with thoughts and questions and wondering. luckily that phase seems to be almost gone completely. now i try to find something to look forward to, my trip, or planning a dinner party or photo shoot. i sometimes think about how breakups must have been so easy in the past, before the internet. you break up andmaybe run into each other in person? now you have to see photos and wonder what life is like for that person. your mind can take you to a place of false reality and totally mess you up after seeing ONE photo or comment. it sucks, right? and it’s hard to stay away from. so one day i got smart and decided i was going to do my very best to cut out things that caused me pain on the internet. at least the things i could control. unfollow, block etc. maybe not for always, but it was the best decision for me then. at least if you make it harder for yourself to look, you can take a second and think about what you are about to do. how you are going to feel…
10. and lastly. learn to love me. this one is probably a much bigger journey. but i have started it. each night before i go to sleep i try to think of a reason to be proud of myself. considering my anxiety issues, sometimes even checking the mail can seem like a victory. so maybe that day i will tell myself “good job for checking the mail, i know that was hard.” or “that photo shoot came out just how you wanted to, nice one.” big or small. it doesn’t matter. like i said, we ALL have our struggles and quirks. but we all also have things to be proud of ourselves about. so start patting yourself on the back.
thanks for listening. that was a lot, huh? i know i am not the only one with good ideas for this type of situation. and i would love to hear your little ways of finding happiness alone…do tell? -bri
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Granada Belt

Beautifully beaded and bejeweled chain belt. Adjustable lobster clasp closure. 

*By Free People 
*Metal 
*Import 

Measurements:

Waist/Hips: 28 1/2-44” 
Weekends Layering Top

This lightweight sheer knit top that flows at the bottom is a great layering piece. Reverse seaming, a ribbed trim neckline, and an unfinished uneven hem that’s longer in the middle complete the style. 
*95% Rayon 
*5% Spandex 
*Hand Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 8"
Wearing Size
Small

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 28 in= 71 cm 
Waist: 31 in = 79 cm 
Length: 25 in = 64 cm 
Sleeve Length: 11in = 28 cm 
Tatiana Sexy Back Mini

Cutout sexy back halter mini with a flirty skirt and button-up side detail. Easy cotton style. 

*FP Beach is a collection that embodies the free spirit of the seaside lifestyle with casual knit dressing, lightweight layers and effortless shapes. 
*100% Cotton 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 11"
Wearing Size
Small

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 31” = 78 3/4 cm
Waist: 28 1/4” = 71 3/4 cm
Length: 31” = 78 3/4 cm
Essential Lace Bandeau

Lace bandeau with scalloped lace along the bust. Stretchy straps that loop together in back. Lined. 
*88% Nylon 
*12% Spandex 
*Hand Wash Cold 
*Import 

Buy This From Here >> Free People

Washed Denim Overall

Distressed wash skinny denim overalls. 5-pocket style. Adjustable crisscross straps. Pocket detailing on front bib. 
*71% Cotton 
*28% Polyester 
*1% Spandex 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 8"
Wearing Size
28

Measurements for 28:

Rise (to waist): 10 1/4 in = 26 cm 
Bib Height: 10 3/4 in = 27 1/3 cm 
Waist (all around): 32 in = 81 1/4 cm 
Inseam: 27 in = 68 2/3 cm 
Strap Length: 32 in = 81 1/4 cm
Colors of the Moment Dress

Standout in this colorfully beaded silk maxi gown. The open back and side slits add to the dramatic yet cheerful tone of the dress. Hidden side zip. Fully lined. 

*By Mara Hoffman 
*100% Silk 
*Dry Clean 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 10"
Wearing Size
2

Measurements for 2:

Bust: 34 1/2” = 87 1/3 cm
Waist: 24” = 61 cm
Length: 63 1/2” = 161 1/4 cm
Beach Side Twist Tee

Cropped long sleeve tee with V-Neck drape style back. 
*100% Viscose 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 10"
Wearing Size
Small

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 38”= 96 1/2 cm
Length: 16 1/4” = 41 1/4 cm
Sleeve Length: 19” = 48 1/4 cm
Ex Boyfriend Tee

Soft, marled cotton blend henley tee with a slouchy, boyfriend fit. Button front opening at chest. Casual, cool, and extremely versatile.

*55% Cotton, 35% Polyester, 10% Rayon 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

Measurements for Size Small: 
Length: 27" 
Bust (all around): 42" 
Bottom Opening (all around): 42" 
Sleeve Length: 33 3/4"

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 11"
Wearing Size
Small

Buy This From Here >> Free People

Ruby Tuesday Mini Dress

Sweet floral fit and flare mini with short sleeves, surplice neckline, back cutout, and keyhole closure. Stretchy elastic strip on back of waistband below cutout. 
*100% Rayon 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 8"
Wearing Size
6

Measurements for 6:

Bust: 38” = 96 1/2 cm
Waist: 28 1/2” = 72 1/3 cm
Length: 34 5/8” = 88 cm
Sleeve Length: 4 1/2” = 11 1/2 cm
Creme De La Dress

Pretty lace dress with scalloped crochet trimmed straps. Hi-low hem. "V'-neckline in the front with crochet trimming. Low drop back with pleated detailing at lower back, creating a fan-like design at the back of the skirt. Zips up at lower back. Lined. 
*58% Cotton, 42% Nylon 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 9"
Wearing Size
6

Measurements for 6:

Length in Front: 27"=68 1/2 cm 
Length in Back: 43 1/2"= 110 cm 
Bust (all around): 39"= 99 cm 
Waist (all around): 34"= 86 cm 
Sleeve Width: 4"= 10 cm 
Armhole Drop: 9 1/2"= 24 cm
Romantics Future Heirloom Dress

Sheer mesh long sleeve mini with ribbon, lace, and beadwork in an allover zigzag design. Cinched waist with large ribbon and ruffle tie. Zips up lower back with large keyhole at upper back. Mini buttons line back of neck. Fully lined with sheer sleeves. 

*Dreamy fabrics, slubby textures, and ethereal sheer details come together to create New Romantics, a collection of pieces that are hand touched and hopelessly romantic. 
*Shell - 100% Nylon, Lining - 100% Polyester 
*Hand Wash Cold 
*Import

In This Pic:

Measurements for 6:

Bust: 39 1/2”= 100 cm 
Waist: 29 1/4”= 74 cm 
Length: 32 5/8”= 83 cm
Sleeve Length: 24”= 61 cm 
Emerson Ankle Boot

This re-invented work boot by A.S.98. combines distressed leather, hammered hardware, and a hidden lace-up . Side zipper and buckle. 

*By A.S. 98. 

*The designer is based in Verona, Italy. All materials are sourced in Italy with all Italian leathers that are of the highest quality and hand burnished to give them a beautiful rich finish that is unique to each pair. Each boot contains rugged antique details and a thick rubber sole for surprising comfort. 

*All materials and components are from Italy and exported for manufacturing. 
*Leather 
*Import 

Measurements:

Heel Height: 1 1/4” 
Shaft Height: 8” 
Canyon Espadrille


Suede closed toe espadrille flats, featuring Spanish craftsmanship and treaded rubber soles for extended wear. 

*By Free People 
*Suede 
*Made in Spain 

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JV Leather Runner

A celebration of the 10 year collaboration between Converse and John Varvatos, a modern pair of distressed leather runners with contrast stitching and leather trim. Includes a dust sack. 

*By Converse x John Varvatos 
*Leather 
*Import 

Measurements:

Fit Guide: 
5.5 fits a 5.5 to 6 
6.5 fits a 6.5 to 7 
7.5 fits a 7.5 to 8 
8.5 fits a 8.5 to 9 
9.5 fits a 9.5 to 10 
Cabal Wedge Boot

Wooden platform ankle boots with cool hand cobbled basket weave design. Distressed leather shoes with full zip-up closures on backs. 

*By Bed Stu 

*Unabashed, unapologetic, innovators, Bed Stu cobblers are part of a small team, dedicated to preserving the true artisanship and heritage of shoemaking. They take great pride in their craft and infuse passion and vitality into every facet of their truly unique and fashionable line of bags and shoes.
*Leather 
*Wood 
*Import 

Measurements for 9:

Platform: 1 3/8” 
Heel: 3 5/8” 
Shaft: 10 1/4” 
Calf Circumference: 13” 
Raw Hem Denim Cutoff

Classic denim cutoffs with a five pocket design and button fly closure. 
*100% Cotton 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 10"
Wearing Size
28

Measurements for 28:

Waist: 34 1/4 in = 87 cm 
Hips: 40 in = 101 1/2 cm 
Rise: 9 1/4 in = 23 1/2 cm 
Inseam: 3 3/8 in = 9 cm 
Skyler Seamed Skinny

Seamed flares with button detailing on the ankle. Five-pocket styling, zip fly, and button closure. 
*77% Cotton 
*21% Polyester 
*2% Spandex 
*Machine Wash Cold 
*Import 

In This Pic:

Model's Height:
5' 9"
Wearing Size
28

Measurements for 28:

Waist: 31"=79 cm 
Hip: 34 1/2"= 88cm
Rise: 9 1/4"=2 cm 
Inseam: 33 1/2"=85 cm