Paint the Town Blue

Hey budget babes! Today’s post is about keeping things simple in this really easy, fun night out look featuring Charlotte Russe. I haven’t done a night out post in a while so I think it’s about time!

This dress is great if you’re not partial to prints, but want to make a statement. The photo seriously doesn’t do it justice. The color is a rich cobalt blue that will have all eyes on you. The caged straps add some sexiness without showing too much. This is a bandage dress so it’s basically bodycon times 100! However, it’s very stretchy and durable so it’ll give you plenty of room to dance. I am wearing high-waist briefs under it to smooth things out. I paired it with a statement necklace and multicolored chunky heels. I want to add that these heels are my most comfortable ones. The thick heel makes them easy to wear for long periods of time.


Dress(3x) | Necklace |High Waist briefs- SimilarShoes 

Photography by Travis Dandoy

7 thoughts on “Paint the Town Blue

  1. Girlyme says:

    Hey nicole, your makeup is ever flawless. To be honest, that’s what I stare at first! Do you have or would you consider video tutorials on how you get your very polished, flawless look. Perhaps add a skin care routine (if it’s not too much to ask), I know makeup sits best on an amazing skin. The blue works so well with you btw.

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  2. Olivia Davis says:

    Enough with the bodycon dresses! They aren’t flattering at all on anyone over a size 6! This isn’t your best look at all! Blue looks great on you just try a different style of dress. When you say this looks good on a plus size, other plus size girls that don’t look as good as you do are going to wear it and it won’t be a pretty sight. You slay most of the time but this one is a major miss! Love your blog and your work!

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    • curvesonabudget says:

      Thanks for the feedback 🙂 I wear what’s comfortable on me and my body type. Sometimes it’s a body con, sometimes it’s not. I will never let my pant size dictate what I can and cannot wear. I also assume that other people know what works for them and their body type and it’s not anyone’s responsibility to decide what’s a pretty sight and what isn’t.


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