I have a serious thing for dresses so far this summer. Especially affordable dresses. Sure, dresses can be somewhat of a challenge with two littles, but if the length is right, a dress is is so breezy and easy to keep cool in.
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PinkBlush Navy Floral Dress
Now, let’s start with the elephant in the room. If you click the link, you’ll notice this is a shift dress. But, you’ll also note, that this nugget of a girl looks just pretty darn bad in a shift dress style. I always order shift dresses hoping just maybe this will be the one that will run small and will look good on me. Nope, not the case. I had to belt it for some shape. It’s safe to say this dress runs a little large, so I would size down. But, the pros – It is under $50 and the print is lovely. It is made of light chiffon and is fully lined making it perfect for a wedding, church, party or date night. PinkBlush also sells maternity clothes, which are so cute. This dress is not maternity, but I would say this is a dress you could easily wear over your bump, far into your pregnancy. When I was pregnant, I loved pieces that weren’t maternity, that I could get a lot of wear out of.
How I Styled It
I belted it because it was big in the middle, but I could also see tying a sash around the middle with a bow for an even sweeter look. I could also have it tailored, like 90% of my clothes. I wore my favorite block heels, which remain my favorite heel of the season. I also wore a Kendra Scott Rayne necklace that is lilac and matched the flowers perfectly. My sunglasses are from Target, because I live for cheap sunglasses. (can’t keep a pair to save my life) When I get a chance to have it taken in, I would totally wear it in a more casual way with sandals, unbelted.
I’m a floral girl through and through. I’m always drawn to a pretty prints and textures, so you can bet I’ll be adding more florals to my closet this summer!
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