Printed Midi Dress

Being on the shorter side (5'2") I swore off the midi trend when it first came out because I thought it could never work on someone of my height. Anytime I was in a store and spotted a midi skirt or dress I would try it on, crossing my fingers that it would work. Well...none of them did. When I spotted this vibrant printed midi dress I decided to give it a go. You never know, right? I'm so glad I took the chance on this midi dress. The colors are so much more vibrant in person and it has pleats at the bottom that make it flow beautifully! I wore this dress out for dinner when we were in Wilmington and ended up getting so many compliments on it. This could easily transition into fall with booties and a denim vest or jacket!
Dress: SheInside | Sandals: Target | Necklace: Accessory Concierge | Bracelets: MaLi Beads + Accessory Concierge 


Blush Lace + Neutral Tones

Wilmington is such a picturesque city from its quaint downtown with a ton of history to its gorgeous landscapes. I always love taking in the details when I visit. This visit we spent more time driving down the surrounding downtown streets. This street in particular was so pretty I had to hop out of the car and snap some pictures (y'all are guilty of this too, right?)

I have worn this blush lace dress a lot recently. It's a swing dress and is super comfortable and is so versatile. This time around I paired it with neutral tones for a relaxed feel. The best part is that I snagged this dress for right at $20! 
Dress: ASOS (similar dress & more sizes here and here)| Sandals: Target | Necklace: Kendra Scott | Bag: c/o GiGi New York (last seen here) Bracelets: MaLi Beads | Ring: Kendra Scott | Sunglasses: Tory Burch (last seen here)

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