I like the idea of an all-white outfit, especially during the summer, but it’s nice to add a bit of color even if it’s a pastel. I saw this shirt at Ann Taylor months ago and immediately loved it. I mean, it does have polka dots after all. :) Yellow is not a great color for me, but I like this pale shade. This cute top might be a part of one of my I-have-to-watch-at-least-one-Michigan-football-game-because-my-husband-is-an-alum outfits this fall. Yes, this shirt is definitely not maize, but if I pair it with navy, I think I can maybe get away with it.
Shirt: Ann Taylor (similar here and here) | Skirt: The Limited (similar here and here) | Shoes: BCBGeneration (similar here and here and these are amazing) | Clutch: BCBGeneration (similar here and here) | Watch: The Limited (similar here and here) | Necklace: BaubleBar
I bought this dress during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale and was so excited when it arrived in the mail. I love the lace overlay with the nude slip underneath and really liked this particular lace. When I tried it on, however, I knew it wasn’t a dress I was going to keep. The fit looks good, but the dress is actually really uncomfortable. The entire dress rode up with every step I took, and I had to keep tugging the slip and the lace overlay down. It was so annoying and impractical! I have suffered for fashion at moments in the past (many, many pairs of stilettos come to mind), but I wasn’t willing to do it for this dress. I knew I’d never wear it, so I returned it. If all fitted lace dresses are like this one, I might have to skip this trend.
Dress: J.O.A. (similar here) | Shoes: Calvin Klein (similar here and here) | Purse: Halogen (similar here and here) | Bracelet: J.Crew Factory Store | Ring: Jeweliq (similar here and here)