Happy Monday everyone! This summery white cotton dress is the last piece online retailer Tobi sent me to style. It's a fantastic staple to have in my closet and I've already worn it a couple different ways. I do wish it was a little less easy to wrinkle but I guess that's what you get with cotton. The size I ordered (M) was just slightly too big for me too, so I had to watch my side bra area wasn't hanging out, (but it was remedied with a different bra on another wear.) Other than that, the dress has pockets and is lined to prevent any white cotton transparency issues! They even have it in black if you prefer that, but I think I have plenty of black dresses already.
For this dress' first day out, I styled it with a stretchy gold belt that looks like gold coins. I thrifted the belt last year because I thought it was so neat and didn't wear it until yesterday! Do you ever do that? Sometimes you just have to buy things when you're thrifting even if you're not 100% sure how to style them! Anyway, I added a pair of neutral snakeskin peeptoe flats from Ross and my bag is just the one I've been using most lately since we took these pictures on the way to dinner.
What do you think? Do you have a little white dress and does it get as much wear as your little black dress?
kate boss flare dress: c/o tobi | bag: madden girl - ross | flats: chinese laundry - ross | belt: thrifted
Did you have a good weekend? Matt and I did plenty of lounging around since we'll be moving apartments this month and needed some down time before then. I went thrifting with my mom and sister too and picked up some fantastic dresses. Jeanie spotted a dress with double helix print and we found out it was from a line of Orphan Black dresses Hot Topic had a little while back. It was my size so you'll be seeing it on the blog soon! (You may have seen a sneak peek if you follow me on Snapchat via JahmieRose.) I also found a handmade blue lace 50s style dress that's super pretty. It's almost bordering on too fancy to wear to work but I probably will anyway.
I hope you have a wonderful week ahead of you!