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Starting my Junior year in High School two weeks ago has basically put me on blogging silence, overwhelming amounts of homework and long school days (coupled with waking up at 6am) was quite an adjustment after the summer break. I feel like I’ve got things back on track and have been looking forward to shooting some of the pieces I was able to pick out from the 7 For All Mankind collection for review.

7 For All Mankind has such a broad collection filled with much more than just their classic denim so this time I wanted to highlight some of the brands different looks. I love this High Waisted Chambray Ruffle Dress which is not only super comfortable, but also lightweight which is a must for those of us who are still experiencing 100+ degree temperatures. With scalloped edges and a front opening which shows some extra leg (and nothing else) this dress is flirty and versatile enough to be worn all year long. I really like that this dress isn’t super tight and the chambray fabric is too comfortable for words. Styling this dress was a breeze, I simply chose a pair of low boots and socks. This is a look I would definitely wear to school (as photographed) or with a blazer for going out at night.

Kudos to 7 For All Mankind for their expanded line which includes leather, dressier items and some of the best shoes on the market. These days there is a lot more to 7 For All Mankind than the iconic faded bootcut jeans that helped kickstart the premium denim trend.

The 7 For All Mankind Chambray Ruffled Dress reviewed here is usually $189.00, but is currently on sale for $132.00 here.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Awww I remember High School. I wish I could go back to then when I had no student loans or companies on my shoulders. Lucky girl.

  2. Awww I remember High School. I wish I could go back to then when I had no student loans or companies on my shoulders. Lucky girl.

  3. While she seems like a sweet girl, I’m tired of hearing about High School or her mom’s rich and well connected friends! Could you just review the product? I have no interest in your life! Seriously, wait until you have to wake up at 6am everyday for the rest of your life for work!

    • Why do people think it’s okay to write whatever they want online because no one can tell who they are? What rude, disrespectful and tactless comments.

      I for one totally enjoy reading Savannah’s posts, they are interesting and well-written. She brings human interest to what could be just a review of jeans and I like that. Besides, her post was mostly about the dress anyway!

      • Sort of agree here: writing online is the new (and pretty cowardly) way for obnoxious, unlikeable types to get their kicks — and hey, if you can make a 15 year old cry then it’s all gravy, right?

        I for one like Savv’s posts and putting some human touches in it is, I’m sure, part of the brief.

        Save the bitterness for the AA meeting.

    • What you are getting is a personal touch. Denimology is giving you a little insight to the writer behind the denim as well as a review on the excellent pieces each company has designed.

      Even though I work with Sav, I have learned much more about her from these reviews. I think it’s quite nice.

    • Anyone that reads Savannah’s reviews regularly will know that she always focuses on the product first. She includes a little personal information as well to provide some context and to make the review more interesting.

      Luckily I know that Savannah has way more sense than to be bothered about what one bitter faceless commenter has to say.

  4. While she seems like a sweet girl, I'm tired of hearing about High School or her mom's rich and well connected friends! Could you just review the product? I have no interest in your life! Seriously, wait until you have to wake up at 6am everyday for the rest of your life for work!

  5. Why do people think it's okay to write whatever they want online because no one can tell who they are? What rude, disrespectful and tactless comments.

    I for one totally enjoy reading Savannah's posts, they are interesting and well-written. She brings human interest to what could be just a review of jeans and I like that. Besides, her post was mostly about the dress anyway!

  6. Sort of agree here: writing online is the new (and pretty cowardly) way for obnoxious, unlikeable types to get their kicks — and hey, if you can make a 15 year old cry then it's all gravy, right?

    I for one like Savv's posts and putting some human touches in it is, I'm sure, part of the brief.

    Save the bitterness for the AA meeting.

  7. What you are getting is a personal touch. Denimology is giving you a little insight to the writer behind the denim as well as a review on the excellent pieces each company has designed.

    Even though I work with Sav, I have learned much more about her from these reviews. I think it's quite nice.

  8. Anyone that reads Savannah's reviews regularly will know that she always focuses on the product first. She includes a little personal information as well to provide some context and to make the review more interesting.

    Luckily I know that Savannah has way more sense than to be bothered about what one bitter faceless commenter has to say.

  9. Anyone that reads Savannah's reviews regularly will know that she always focuses on the product first. She includes a little personal information as well to provide some context and to make the review more interesting.

    Luckily I know that Savannah has way more sense than to be bothered about what one bitter faceless commenter has to say.

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