Hey everyone! On Monday’s post I showed you the solid colored side of my newest spring dress which happens to be reversible (yay!) and today is the patterned side. I love the light colors and the pattern size is perfect. Not too small and not too big!
The dress is 3/4 sleeve and skims without clinging. When it’s on the solid side I feel you can see too many lumps and bumps, so I will always be wearing something over the top of it, but the patterned side distracts the eye so you don’t notice them as much. Did I mention it’s now 30% off?
I’m wearing my long cardigan you saw last week. I love the straight line of the cardigan. It’s so crisp looking but is so soft. Plus, I love the detail of the sleeve. It’s also available in black. The purse is a couple of years old, so no longer available, but I found several cute ones with the same houndstooth fabric that are available.
I decided to wear lighter gray tights so the outfit is leaning more towards spring than winter. You’ve seen these heels many, many times and they’re still available, not just in the black suede I have, but also black patent and a “victorian rose“.
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See you Friday!
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