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Throwback Thursday: Jessica Biel's Floral Dress and Blazer Look for Less

Follow this outfit formula to style any floral or print dress for day or night.
Who else remembers this Jessica Biel look from 2010?! The bold floral print paired with all-black extras made a lasting impression on my mind and I think it looks just as fresh today as it did back then.

Jessica follows an easy outfit formula you can use to style just about any floral/print dress: Toss on a black blazer (a wardrobe essential), add black sandals (but really you could even wear ankle boots, loafers, mules, you name it) and a classic chain strap purse (these never go out of style!)

I actually found quite a few dresses under $44 by the under-the-radar brand Belle + Sky at JCPenney that would be perfect for this outfit! I used a modern cold-shoulder dress to style my "look for less" but rounded up 6 more dresses that would work, too.

With spring events just around the corner, a floral midi dress is a must-have. Wear it to brunch, wear it for Easter, wear it to work, the possibilities are endless!

Shop my look for less picks below including 6 more Belle + Sky dresses from just $29.99!

Follow this outfit formula to style any floral or print dress for day or night.

Shop the Look for Less:

Belle + Sky Short Sleeve Cold Shoulder Bodycon Dress, $44 in sizes XS-XXL at // Halogen Lani Strappy Lace-Up Sandal, $54.96 (down from $109.95) // H&M Blazer, $49.99 // Topshop Quilted Crossbody Bag, $48 // Pixi by Petra Lipstick in Honey Bare, $12

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Shop these Belle + Sky dresses under $44.

Shop More Belle + Sky Dresses Under $44:

ONE // TWO (also in plus-size here) // THREE

Shopbop Buy More, Save More Sale

One of's biggest sales is happening now. This floral midid dress is under $100 and would look amazing with a black blazer and accessories like today's look for less inspiration!

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