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Dress: Quiz Clothing (direct link)
Boots: Topshop
Clutch Bag: Primark
Belt: Topshop

There's nothing I enjoy more than styling an outfit, so when Quiz Clothing challenged me to style a dress with a dressed up look and a dressed down look, I jumped at the chance.

I selected this dress mainly because of the colour (I do love a pop of neon), and because it is actually something I would wear during the day or at night. The dress is a really flattering shape, I don't think anyone can go wrong with a skater style dress, and it is quite thick fabric, which means it hangs really nicely, especially on the skirt.
To see how I styled the dress for a daytime/casual look you'll have to wait until Monday... first up is the night-time look.

Because of the dress being so bright and eye catching, I don't think that it needs much accessorising at all, everything needs to be big and bold. I've shown two slightly different options for the dress, although both could be put together if you would prefer.
In the first two photos I wore the dress completely on it's own, no accessories, just paired with chunky black shoes and a big black clutch bag. The dress has some detailing on the neckline, which is why I chose not to add a necklace, but if I did, I'd make sure it was something dark and chunky too.
For the second look, I added a chunky black studded belt. I love how this pulls my waist in, and how it breaks up the colour of the dress.

How would you style this for a night out?
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