We’ve all read about the "day to night" look from blogs and magazines when we were growing up. It typically involves adding something else to your look—be it a leather jacket or maybe a strappy heel. If we’re being realistic though, a true transitional outfit is one that looks good as it is, regardless of your daily agenda. In Isabelle Daza's case, she found the perfect dress for a whole-day (to night) affair as a wedding guest.

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"'Women's magazines really convinced me that 'Going from Day to Night' was going to be a big part of my adult life'....finally today was the day," she writes under her post. Indeed, this designer number from Jacquemus ticks all the right boxes.

The sunflower print is obviously very summer breezy, but we love that it’s not too styled up for a night on the town. Its halter neckline in that relaxed, tablier style will have you showing off a bit of skin for that perfect balance between fresh, daytime casual and nighttime chic. We love how Isabelle paired it with some low-heel strappy footwear, too, because not everyone has time (and bag space) for a midday shoe change.

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Want this all-rounder dress for yourself? Shop it below!

TRY: Jacquemus Tablier Sunflower-Print Open-Back Apron Dress, $933 (around, P47,000), Matches Fashion

If you want to cop her look without hurting your suweldo, here a couple of affordable printed dress options you can try: 

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TRY: Mango Printed Long Dress, P4,995, available online

TRY: Zara Printed Dress, P4,295, available online

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TRY: Style Staple Somerset Ruffle Wrap Dress, price available upon request, available online

With additional reporting by Patricia Melliza

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