I don’t recall the last time I got SO MANY compliments on my dress. Which is funny because it sort of photographs “blah”.
Both the dress and shoes are Isaac Mizrahi for Target. I really miss his stuff. Sure, a lot of it was more "ladies who lunch" than is typically my style but some of it was greatness. I got this dress last year for my brother’s Rehearsal Dinner and I thought it was perfect. The cotton is SO light and the fit is very flattering.
I’m not typically a pink girl, but the pattern on this dress is really spectacular and I love the way the colors all go together.
It’s basically the same cut in the front and the back, which seems odd, but works for the dress.
These sandals were one of my best buys last summer.
The bronze color is perfect for both gold and silver accessories, it’s not over the top. I also love the texture of them. AND they are super comfortable. Target.com called them gladiators but I think they are more of a plain old sandal. Regardless, beautiful and function. (And Alannah, it's gun metal grey polish! It's Essie, but I forgot to see what color. What makes it look strange is that I start with a DEEP purple by L'Oreal that is one of those "one coat" things with the giant wide brush, because I am lazy and that makes for fewer coats of grey.)
Yay!~ I made the key necklace of course, but I found all of the chains at a thrift store for less than 3 bucks each. Some of them were only 99 cents!~ As soon as I saw them I was reminded of Sal’s tutorial video which I don’t remember in full, but I do remember coming away with the idea that I could get a statement necklace look by buying at the thrift store. It really stuck with me and I never would have even thought to look I don’t think, so THANKS Sal.
Dress, Isaac Mizrahi for Target
Sandals, Isaac Mizrahi for Target
Key necklace, http://www.etsy.loveerindesigns.com/