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Do You Believe In Magic?

Often times I find myself making impulse buys when an item is on sale; something that I probably would never have considered if it was full priced. This can be quite dangerous for your wallet and leave you with buyers remorse but sometimes…you may stumble on the greatest finds literally by accident. Recently I was scouring JBR Clothing‘s Ebay store when I saw the Heartbreaker Sweetie Teresa Black Floral Dress for a steal of a price and the rest is history.

Available in Sizes XS – 2X in various colors & patterns – MSRP $90USD

The Sweetie Dress is spot on with the size chart and would definitely recommend going by your largest measurements since it’s made from 100% Cotton with no stretch. Reminiscent of its name, the Sweetie features a beautiful classic sweetheart neckline with halter tie straps which can be converted if you prefer non-halter. The full swing skirt is super fun and flirty suitable for all body types. What I love most about this dress is that is has some magical powers to give the illusion of a tiny waist created by the Princess seams. The first time I tried it on, I was literally speechless at the reflection in the mirror…holy hell the fit was mind blowing!

Heartbreaker has several styles and colors available in the Teresa Floral, truly a classic and beautiful motif which is not overpowering in any way. I cannot get enough of it and already anxious to add another Aimee to my wardrobe in this same print.Β  The Sweetie falls perfectly just below the knee since I’m only 5ft 4 inches tall. A simple design that will knock your socks off and make you fall in love instantly.

The classic look of this swing dress allows you to accessorize in a variety of ways. Add a cardigan or bolero for the office, or a pair of pumps for a night out. A small petticoat will give the swing skirt a more flirty flair, which you can also try in a fun bright color for more pizazz. The possibilities are truly endless…

Normally most of my impulse sale buys end up staying in my closet unworn and eventually purged during closet clean outs but the Sweetie is here to stay! There’s a reason why the Sweetie Dress has been around since day one at Heartbreaker…I now know first hand it has magical powers.

Having a little fun!!!

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10 thoughts on “Do You Believe In Magic?

  1. Rosalie

    Super cute dress!

    • You look beautiful and love the way you styled your hair. The last sassy sexy pose is so diva! πŸ™‚ The dress was an awesome steal…

      • Awe thank you! It looked way better when it was first done but after a dozen wardrobe changes it flattened out sadly. My photographer was having me try new “sassy & fun” poses to spice up the reviews. I had a tough time but with some practice they should look more natural hopefully. The fiance decided to use the Fables by Barrie catalog to find new poses to try. LOL

  2. very nice jessica! I have yet to try on a sweetie, even though we have a ton at Rowena. I really just love Heartbreaker though, their dresses are always super cute!

  3. Lisa

    Wonderful dress on you, wonderful and informative review, as always πŸ™‚ Thank you for mentioning that it _can_ be converted from halter; this has been the only thing preventing me from buying one. (Okay, so my wardrobe thanks you, my wallet maybe not so much!)

  4. I like your new pose! Keep up the good work. ❀

  5. “poses”

  6. Love the Sweetie. I bought it in houndstooth from Unique Vintage. it paired very well with a cropped sweater from Heartbreaker.

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