Say goodbye to "The Dress" and hello to this $23 frock that is literally taking the Internet by storm. And it's all in thanks to your local weather women.
We all know how stylish meteorologist are on air. But did you know for a woman reporting the weather on television, fashion guidelines are strict? Certain colours, prints and styles are not allowed and you must always wear sleeves. You want something flattering, but not revealing. And you sure don't want to be an outfit repeater.
The solution to finding the perfect on-air outfit seems to lie in a top secret Facebook group, where more than 50 weather women share the latest and greatest fashion finds on the Internet (MIND BLOWING, we know).
And when one anchor posted a link to a $23 Homeyee stretch tunic dress, with flattering black panels, that met all the strict television dress codes, each woman rushed over to Amazon to order the frock.
With dozens of the women reporting the seven-day forecast and wearing the Amazon find in front of those magic green screens, Dallas's Fox 4 metrologist Jennifer Myers made a collage of the photos and posted it to Reddit, where it became a viral sensation.
Link to the dress: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0142M5M72?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creativeASIN=B0142M5M72&linkCode=xm2&tag=meteojennimye-20
Jennifer has responded to a few comments on Reddit telling users "It's pretty hard to have a closet stocked with solid colors and jewel tones that are affordable and flattering...we also do our own makeup (generally) and do our own hair."
It's clear skies ahead with this affordable, flattering and totally chic Internet find.
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