Hi, friends! Hope y’all had a great weekend! I’ve been thinking, my blog’s motto talks about food, fashion, and frivolity, but I don’t think I’m doing such a great job at featuring all three. I seem to be doing alright in the frivolity section, but lacking in the food and the fashion. So, I thought I’d try to remedy that. I figured I would start doing some outfit of the day posts. I always love seeing the outfits people put together on their blogs and on Instagram, so I thought I would give it a go!
And boy, let me tell you. It is SO hard to find motivation in the winter to dress somewhat cute and not just in your cozy clothes 24/7. I recently went to the Old Navy outlet store and was able to score three dresses that were on super sale. I’m pretty sure the one I have on in this post ended up being $3! I love this dress because the flowers help me think of spring. Not only that, but this dress is so versatile. I just threw on some tights, jean jacket, and a cute pair of boots. And then in the summer, I could wear the dress with some cute white sandals and be ready to go! I also love it because it’s the perfect length. As someone who is fairly short, I have the worst time finding dresses that are the right length. I have a pretty long torso paired with some really short legs, so dresses end up being way too long or way too short. This dress is perfect because it goes right to the knees, which makes it modest enough for my personal style.
Now, here are some pictures!
Some outfit info!
Jacket: Old Navy
Dress: Old Navy
Tights: TJ Maxx
And of course we had to get some coffee afterwards! We got peppermint mochas that were delicious! (Featuring my engagement ring that I am still obsessed with!)
Thank you for reading, have a great day!
2 thoughts on “OOTD: Dreaming of Spring”
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