This is such a great dress. It’s a nice weight, it can be causal or kinda fancy, and I never have to worry about bending over and showing too much! Plus the price is not bad at all and it’s available in 3 colors, including white. I got it in a L, because a M wasn’t available, but a M would have also worked (and sizing down provides a little less length).
I wore this dress more casually over the weekend with my go-to Kut from the Cloth denim jacket. I also like this one. But I also really like how it looks with heels and a leather/suede jacket too. It’s best for someone at least 5’6 IMO (I’m 5’7) due to the length and it needs at least a little heel or it can look a little dowdy/disproportionate.
I actually wore this outfit strictly to be able to wear these shoes lol. I used to be against booties with an open toe – because really, they don’t make a toon of sense practically speaking – but I changed my mind when I saw these. They are shockingly comfy and really cheap (well under $50)! I was stoked to finally wear them.
If you’ve read any of my other posts you have probably noticed that I use this bag (more colors here, currently on sale!) A LOT. I feel that you only need to own a few bags (a satchel, tote, clutch, and a crossbody) so I try to buy quality pieces in classic colors that really speak to me and take care of them. The cheap purses I’ve bought in the past just tend to languish in my closet.
I’m a recent heels convert. I used to stick to flats, but I’ve found that a little heel can actually be more comfortable and I don’t seem to get blisters like I used to with my flats. Go figure. Plus, you can’t deny they are more flattering!
I can handle anything under 4″, but anything higher I just won’t wear as they hurt! What about you? How high is too high? Or is there no such thing in your mind? I’d love to hear from you in the comments 🙂
See ya again soon (hopefully)!
Photo credit: the awesome Sarah Jordan