With all the recent buzz around the Nordstrom Anniversary sale, I found myself not feeling ready to let go of Summer quite yet. Don’t get me wrong I think the sale is amazing for those staple Fall pieces that will only be on sale TODAY, but by the time Fall actually rolls around (September for most) you will probably see 500 more Fall trends that you absolutely have to buy. With the recent heat swarming most cities, none of us are ready to let go of our Summer wardrobe quite yet. Thus, I have dedicated this post to the ultimate Summer go-to piece, a free-flowing white dress. The one I am wearing above is actually an “oldie but goodie” from my closet, and to be honest I haven’t worn it in almost 2 years (I have had the dress for 4 years now, yikes). Thankfully, this little blog of mine has allowed me to dig back into my closet and share some creativity with you all, or just realize that fashion is versatile and trends always come back in full circle.
Do you have an “oldie but goodie” in your closet that you haven’t worn in a while? I challenge you to try to find ways to reincorporate your older items back into today’s trends. This dress speaks for itself, but I paired it with a gladiator sandal for a laid back Bohemian vibe. I added some color with my straw clutch which has pom poms as decor – Pom Poms are everywhere this Summer!
Since I was unable to link this direct dress for you all, I have found a few white Summer dresses that are current. Let me know what you think!
Have a great week!
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Dress: Old, see links below for current white Summer dresses
Shoes: Old Navy – Sold out, very similar Topshop, Dolce Vita, Asos,
Clutch: Charming Charlie – Sold out, similar and really amazing Kayu, Muche et Muchette
Sunglasses: Old Nordstrom Savvy purchase, similar here
*Dresses shown in other colors above are also available in white if you click on the link.
This posted linked with: Walking in Memphis in High Heels, Style Elixir, I Do deClaire