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What to wear to your next party: High-low dresses

High-low dresses are taking the season by storm. They’re the perf spring party pick: A fitted top and a floaty skirt combo looks good on practically everyone—and it’s a great canvas for major jewelry or simple booties. Got a big night coming up? We know what you’re wearing!


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    High five for high-low
    This easy to rock frock is perfect for any special occasion. Dress it up with silver heels and add some elegant jewelry to complete your look.
    Floral Lace High-Low Dress, $28,
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    Flower ranger
    This floral dress will really prove you’re ready for some outdoor frolicking. Wear girly gold sandals or tan wedges to up the boho vibe.
    Ruffle Floral Dress, $40,
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    Mellow yellow
    This sunny dress will definitely add some color to your pastel wardrobe. Keep the casually bold vibe going strong with red Toms and a medium wash denim jacket.
    Song Of The Southwest Yellow High-Low Strapless Dress, $41,
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    Walkin’ on air
    You’ll feel as light as a cloud in this sky-blue number. But throw on a pair of weighty boots and you’re totally grounded.
    Cloud Walker Dress, $58,
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    Paisley, please
    The only piece this pretty paisley print dress is missing? A cropped black leather jacket (and black booties to match). Perfection.
    High Low, I Love You Dress, $48,
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BY CHELSEY SELLECK ON 4/29/2013 12:00:00 PM

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