Name one style blogger who doesn’t like stripes. If you can, I’m impressed. We are all such fans of this style for so many reasons, but one being that it’s one of the easiest patterns to adjust to our needs. Dress it up? Throw on some heels. Running around town? Sneakers would work. Add a cardigan and you look like a picture-perfect teacher. Add a blazer, and you’re ready for corporate America. Super Similar Dress // Blush Jack Rogers // Similar Black Flats // Tote // Similar Blazer // Necklace c/o Rocksbox (get one month free with “darlingdearestblogxoxo”) // Watch // Bracelet c/o Carolyn Hearn Designs (get 20% off with “DDB20”)
I really might be alone in this, but there are some times when I just want to be a bit fancy. I want to feel sophisticated, and this blush pink blazer is the perfect thing to add to help me get there. Truth be told, I’m still working on getting used to wearing a blazer. That’s why I love dresses like this one that make it so easy pair with. This dress is super similar to one that was in the Nordstrom sale, but I happened upon it in Ross. There’s a version that looks identical here for less than $30. Because it really is so easy to dress up or down, it’s been a dress I’ve gravitated toward since I bought it.
Happy Monday, friends!
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