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Gotta Have It: 17 Sundays Chunky Open Weave Sweater Dress

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Yes, I know in California and in the US, we are currently going through a fabulous heatwave, but in the fashion world, fall items are already starting to show itself. AND over down under, they are already in the fall season (actually they are opposite seasons from us!). Thanks to 17 Sundays Sweater Dress, my mind is racing…

I happened to be checking out 17 Sundays and when I saw it, I was elated. I have longed for a chunky knit sweater or a chunky knit sweater dress and GUESS WHAT?!?!


Australian plus size designer, 17 Sundays Sweater dress

This wool and acrylic open weave sweater dress is asymmetrical, unique, a dark blood red, and sassy. Perfect for those cool nights as they start to creep in and perfect to take into fall with tights and ankle booties OR paired with a sheer maxi skirt. MMHMM… this dress is calling my name something fierce.

This red? Normally I would have shied away from, but I am digging the various hues of red right now… and this one is sexy. Here, they have it paired with nudish heels, but I think I would make it a bit more masculine… or easy…

Australian plus size designer, 17 Sundays Sweater dress

You can cop this dress here, at 17 Sundays! Make sure you keep up with them on Facebook or give 17 Sundays a tweet on Twitter!

What do you think of this dress? Something you could wear? How would you wear it? Leave a comment and let me know!

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Written by Marie Denee

I am the Editor in Chic of The Curvy Fashionista. Often goofy. Forever emo. Always a Virgo. You can find me somewhere grooving to 90s R&B.

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