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Vanessa Hudgens’ Maxi Dress: SHOP Her Cool, Cutout Frock Under $100

Thu, June 11, 2015 4:07pm EDT by Katrina Mitzeliotis Add first Comment
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Our favorite boho babe, Vanessa Hudgens, looked like she stepped right out of a music festival when she hit the NYC streets in her flowing, cutout frock. Love her look? Well you can SHOP for it right here.

Another day, another amazing look from the one and only Vanessa Hudgens, 26. When she isn’t singing her heart out on stage, the Gigi actress continues to serve up style inspiration on the streets of NYC with her wearable summer wardrobe — and her latest look is definitely one of our favorites. While you may think Vanessa has mastered the art of dressing cool, it’s actually beyond easy to master this look — and it’s affordable, too!

When it comes to beating the summer heat in style, a great go-to is a maxi dress — it’ll instantly give you a polished, trendy vibe…and the fact that it is insanely comfortable clearly doesn’t hurt. Although Vanessa’s look might seem like it came right out of the pages of a magazine, you can actually throw it on and go — and whether you’re heading to the beach, a BBQ or even to brunch, there’s so many places to rock this look.

Our favorite part of the maxi is definitely the strappy back. The form-fitting bodice and the slit allowed the petite star to show some skin in a tasteful way — and this is a great trip for petite gals who are hesitant that maxi dresses might be a bit too overbearing on their frame. Take some tips from Vanessa — rocking the look can easily be done! Nervous about stepping out sans bra? Don’t fret! The adjustable straps give you the option of adjusting it for comfort.

Not only did she look seriously stylish, but the fact that she donned a totally affordable look also has us obsessing over her style. Want to get her get-up? You can SHOP for her Ecote Strappy Back Safari Maxi Dress, at Urban Outfitters, right HERE for $98. Affordable, foolproof summer style? That’s one trend we’ll never tire of.

Katrina Mitzeliotis