What I Have Been Wearing: Summer and BlogHer Edition

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

With the end of summer just around the corner, I have been living up these long days of summer with lots of dresses and sandals.  With the turn of the weather in a few short months, you will see many of these outfits on repeat with the addition of boots and scarves.  Over the years, I continually carve a more intentional wardrobe of things I love, are comfortable, and work year around.  A few new outfits are in the mix this time around showcasing a few purchases I made this summer.

Above photo:
Dress: Ross
Flower: In the way of the photo so I held it.

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Dress: Ross (my one and only purchase for the cruise we went on in May)

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Top: hand me down
Skirt: old

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

How fun is this Paris dress?!  The online company eShatki contacted me to try out one of their dresses.  What is really amazing is that you can get a custom fit.  Send them your measurements and they will make your item specific to your size!  I was pretty impressed how well the proportions fit my body.  Find them on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

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Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Dress: eShatki
Sandals: Old Navy
Belt: Macy's
Necklace: Onecklace

  
And a few outfits from my phone.  Yep, that is a Hello Kitty cover.  I LOVE it.

Dress: Marshall's
Belt: Thrifted
Necklace: 31 Bits
Sandals: Old Navy

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Romper: (it's like an adult size onesie and it's amazingly comfortable!) TJ-Maxx
Necklace: 31 Bits and Handmade
Sandals: Old Navy

High waisted shorts

Top: Ross
Shorts: Ross
Sandals: Old Navy

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Here is my roundup of outfits I wore to BlogHer with my matching luggage (that is slowly breaking...so sad).  My goal was to bring some of my cutest stuff while also trying to look professional.  My hope was to sell my brand well and these outfits gave me the confidence I needed.  Though in combination with what I was wearing and a blog called Domestic Fashionista so many people thought I was a fashion blogger.  Not a terrible thing I suppose!

Luggage: XOXO from Ross
Camera bag: ONA

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Top: Ross
Skirt: Anthropologie (this was my first clothes purchase from Anthro.  I saved up some gift cards I got from my sister in law.  The skirt was pricey.  Much much more than I would usually spend.  But it was a treat and it felt sophisticated.  I will remember it as the skirt I wore when I started to take blogging more seriously.  It is an epic milestone skirt.  Worth every penny.)
Sandals: Old Navy

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Top: Marshall's
Skirt: Ross

Cute roundup of skirts and dresses that you can wear year around.

Dress: Victoria's Secret PINK
Flower Embellishments: (Also a big topic of conversation at BlogHer.  Though they say no one cares what you wear...and you don't want to be vain...but really, dressing in a way that represented my brand was a smart move.) Handmade
Sandals: Old Navy


5 comments:

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  2. I just checked out that website and they have so many cute dresses! I saw they even have bridesmaids dresses, which is a great idea since they take your measurements! Definitely going to bookmark their site :)

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  3. That's a great idea! I had a little bit of a bridesmaid dress flash back with taking my measurements! I always was pressured to go up a size because my proportions are more square then off the rack sizing. It was always so stressful to decide if I should buy smaller (and watch what I ate!!!) or go up and then have to pay a ton of money to get it altered! No fun! This seems like a way more enjoyable route!

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