Again, in ascending order of affordability:
($31.50, Fang, Amazon.com)
MKHo informed me that it looks a bit "young" and "unspecial." Well I am definitely ONE but NOT both of those things. Quelle quandary! Oh well.
($49, Double Exposure Elite Resale)
The jacket that comes with this is totes morts, but the dress is rad. VERY "9 to 5."
($59, Ruby Rox, Dillards.com)
Only thing wrong with this is it's made of poly. Booo to fabrics that just don't breathe.
($72, Max & Cleo By BCBG, Overstock.com)
Is this cute or is it too just like... "that girl"? I don't mean like in the Marlo Thomas sorta way, because that'd be rad. But like "Oh look. It's 'that girl.' In 'that dress.' Because I don't wanna be that girl.
($123, Young Fabulous & Broke, Maneaterthreads.com)
So deliciously comfy-looking. Grey jersey = heavenly.
($150, Prospect 44, Le-Fashionista.com)
Strapless '80s-ness meets bubbly-nowness. And that chick looks like Rachel McAdams, no?
($282, Charlotte Ronson, pinkmascara.com)
My answer to MK's maxi dress. Tres beachy!!
($328, Sarah Luna, YLLI)
This dress is marriage material.
($330, Twinkle, Shopbop.com)
Eeeee! It's like a birthday party with straps! Love! Though the cut is questionable -- I can't see anyone except this chick looking great in it.
(Apprx $380, Paul and Joe Sister, Net-a-porter.com)
Drooooooling (though possibly because my office presently smells like spaghetti.)
($427, Cass Guy, Amazon.com)
So much beauty in just one simple silk dress.
($450, Tracy Reese, eDressme.com)
And with that, I leave you with this insane-looking photo of a woman grabbing her couture breast: