A Gorgeous Dress Deserves Dryel

I am a Dryel Ambassador. All opinions are my own.

Ever since I can remember, I have been a lover of fashion. I am not the type of person who would ever leave the house in sweats either. I'm a dress and skirt kinda girl and have been for years. Honestly, I don't even own a pair of pants or shorts.

But there is a downside to always wearing dresses and skirts. They wrinkle super easy and a lot of them are dry clean only. And I don't like dry cleaning. They are too expensive to just clean your clothes. But what are you supposed to do when you can't wash it yourself? You turn to Dryel.

My newest dress is from FashionMia and it's a gorgeous bird and twig print that I completely fell in love with. I loved the pinks and blues in it and of course all the birds! It's called the Floral Printed Bowknot Skater Dress but it's actually a midi dress for me since I'm short. Underneath it I added a white shell for modesty and on top I added a gorgeous bolero from Chadwick's of Boston. 

FashionMia is becoming one of my favorite stores, not only because of their gorgeous pieces like their cheap dresses but because of their amazing prices. This dress was only $25.89! That's a steal for a vintage style dress!

So what does a girl do with a lovely dress that needs to be dry cleaned? I like to turn to Dryel to solve those problems. All you need to do is pick up Dryel at your local Walmart. Inside the kit there is a bag, a spray and cloths. First spray your clothes with the spray which is a booster spray. Then put your dress into the bag along with one cloth and close it up. Lastly set your dryer on 30 minutes for a medium high heat. And while you're waiting for your 30 minutes to be up, you can do your tichel wrap of the day if you wrap like me!

Then after 30 minutes, take your dress out of the bag and hang it up to let the wrinkles fall out. Then enjoy a warm and perfect looking dress thanks to Dryel!

Outfit Details: Floral Printed Bowknot Skater Dress from FashionMia || Shell from Cato || Pink Bolero from Chadwick's of Boston || Photography by Edward Paul