IMG_4281Dress – Eliza J via Nordstrom, Wedges – old ShoeMint but similarly cute and affordable pairs here and here, Ruffle Leather Clutch – old St. John

IMG_4291IMG_4329 IMG_4324IMG_4277 IMG_4302I picked up this dress a few weeks back, knowing I’d get a ton of wear out of it over the spring and summer months, and I broke it in for Easter Sunday. It makes a bold statement and moves in the prettiest of ways, especially when you’re standing in a wind tunnel like the photos above. While it may appear to just be another ol’ maxi dress, the defined waist, flowy skirt and cut-in top make it really flattering on as well. While I was originally afraid it may be a lot of fabric for warmer days, I quickly found out yesterday that it breathes really well and in fact, I had to change into something warmer when we got home from church. I love the heck out of this dress and I’ll surely be wearing it quite a bit in the coming months ahead.

Hoping you all had a wonderful Easter weekend, whether you celebrate it or not. We hosted brunch for my family and I shared most of the menu on Instagram, including the cutest strawberry shortcake desserts for the kids, and a grapefruit sage mimosa for the grown ups. Have a good week friends!

  • That dress is beyond stunning! Maxi dresses are my go-to for spring and summer. They’re comfortable and makes you look like you made such an effort dressing up when you really didn’t (well, maybe a little).

    xo,
    Abby of Life in the Fash Lane

  • wow this dress is amazing! i mean it is a show stopper. Perfect way to bring red into the spring and summer. I am in love with this dress. Might be in my dreams tonight.
    found your blog on trend spin linkup

    selleatlove.blogspot.com

  • I am such a fan of that dress! It is truly a stunner and looks amazing on you!
    Chic on the Cheap