Dress Up

Friday is the first day of spring and even though a cold front is supposed to be moving into the Baltimore area tomorrow and doing away with the incredible weather we are having this afternoon, I’m celebrating the upcoming season change by contemplating lovely spring clothing.

From eShakit:

The pattern on this dress is perhaps a bit too large for someone of my height (big patterns tend to make me look stocky), but I absolutely love the pink and the solid ribbon detailing on the waist.

The ruffle hem on this dress isn’t my favorite, but I really love the colors and think this would be an easy piece to wear casually with a pair of sandal flats or dress up with some nice heels and the right accessories.

This too could be really versatile. Pair it with some leggings and a pair of flats and you have a cute workday outfit. A loose up-do and some delicate jewelry could easily take the accents and the beautiful color to a much dressier level.

This is just darling and the color is fantastic. Perfect for spring!

This one seems a bit short to work as a stand alone dress, but paired with some dark tights or leggings, I could definitely see it as a cute work ensemble. Depending on how billowy it is below the waistline, you could also pair it with some skinny capris and a cute pair of heels for weekend night out.

And found via Shopbop:

This dress kind of borders on being a fancy nightgown, but I love the soft pink color and the empire skirt. It’s simple, but beautiful and looks oh so comfy.

Adorable. I think this would look great paired with a scoop neck tee.


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