You guys, it has been in the 90’s here in Georgia. It’s hot and time for some major wardrobe changes. Today, we are talking about dresses for Spring. Except, I think we may have just skipped Spring and headed straight into the dead of Summer!
Personally, I love dresses more than any other item in my wardrobe. They’re easy to throw on, require minimal though and effort, and are (usually) comfortable to wear. Spring and Summer weather are meant for effortless style and a closet of great dresses will give you just that. As a mom, my time spent getting dressed is limited, so I tend to reach for dresses more than anything else. One great accessories and a neutral sandal, and it’s an entire look.
I rarely spend more than $200 on a dress because they can focus on trends more than other clothing. However, a well made dress will earn its price in wear. You can find great dresses at so many prices, just make sure to pay attention to the hem. If you see tiny strings on the hem, that means it may not hold up. No matter the price, this can happen. The hem and the seams are the back bone of the dress and will determine how well it is made.
My closet needs a few new dresses in it. Most of mine don’t fit like they used to [post-baby body] or were maternity. I have three so far that I’m rotating almost daily, but a couple more would be great! [Slash would save me from wearing the same thing every day and potentially running into people I know in the same thing two days in a row.] So, while I was shopping for dresses, I thought it would be perfect to share them here, broken down by price. The dresses are broken down into three groups: under $200, under $100 and under $75. The least expensive one is barely more than $10!
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Thank you for reading! Hope your week is going great! -XO