Gabriella Halikas Flaunts Curves in Stunning Baby Blue Mini Dress

The Swim Search finalist has been sharing tons of incredible outfits from a trip to Miami.
Gabriella Halikas

Gabriella Halikas.

Gabriella Halikas just wore the spring mini dress of our dreams. The 2021 Swim Search finalist and self-proclaimed “CEO of confidence” showed off the look on both TikTok and Instagram, where her fans couldn’t get enough of the ensemble. 

Halikas wore the Skyler Mini Dress ($84) by More to Come in a gorgeous baby blue color. She paired the seasonal look with a pair of nude heels and a small sparkly white handbag. 

“stepping into a brand trip holding it down for my curvy girls like,” read the on-screen text while the 25-year-old model strutted down a hallway.

“Ok you look like Cinderella! This dress is EVERYTHING,” a fan commented on Instagram.

“Purrrrr🔥🔥🔥,” Alexa Lemieux added.

“YOU ARE EVERYTHIN 🫶🏼🫶🏼💖,” someone else gushed.

“Bawwwwdy 😍🔥🔥🔥 slayyyyyy,” Steph Taylor Jackson applauded.

Halikas has been documenting her influencer trip in Miami with cosmetic brand Tarte on the video-based platform all week. She also rocked an incredible blue criss-cross halter top and orange cut-out mini dress for the occasion.

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