Yay for Friday! There is nothing I love to wear more than a dress. A skirt comes close, but I've always felt my best while draped in dresses. I've been this way since I was a little girl too. I sometimes wonder how Ava will turn out with her own personal style when I think back to my childhood up until now. When I was small, I remember asking my parents for dresses and "shoes that made noise when you walk." I.e. high heels haha. If there is a special detail to a dress like these sweet as sugar ruffles, that makes it even better.
This dress from Pixie Market has all of the perfect components to make a standout piece. The pretty ruffles are fun and feminine, while the sweater adds not only an extra piece to wear separately, but also cozy vibes for the winter. This is a two piece dress, as I mentioned with the sweater, making it the an amazing piece for every season of the year. I'm definitely in love with the fact that I can wear the crop sweater with other outfits or dresses too. It is sold out at this time, but I'm hoping it'll come back into stock! These earrings from Jewel Be Mine make a stunning standout piece to wear! The bright pink and fuchsia colors with silk and semi-precious stones pop beautifully and dazzle the eye. They're also lightweight to wear. I'm not a huge fan of earrings that literally feel like they're pulling my ear off. Also, cool side note, when I got the package from Jewel Be Mine, it smelled amazingggg. I've never had packaging that smelled so good.
I hope everyone has a fantastic weekend! I'm planning on doing some work and going to see some movies. To Catch A Thief is playing at Cinemark and that is a MUST see. Cinemark plays classic movies each week and I'm a huge Hitchcock, Cary Grant, and Grace Kelly fan. Also, I'm planning on seeing The Finest Hours since it was filmed up in Cape Cod, my little slice of heaven. I also want to see Hail, Caesar, but that might be saved for next week. Anyway, enjoy everyone!
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