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Hey, friends! Have you all recovered from Halloween shenanigans? Our kiddos apparently are still out of sorts as they didn’t nap well at school. I too feel off my game after having some adult candy, a.k.a. wine, last night. Side note – the hubs and I have been trying to not drink during the week, but it was a holiday, so you know. Anyway, how freaking cute is today’s tiered dress?
When I hear the word tiered, the first thing that comes to mind is the many conversations my husband and I have had lately about real tears. Two of the 3 shows I’m watching right now seriously make me cry every single time. Anybody else cry during every episode of The Good Doctor or This Is Us? I just can’t help it with either show. Trav thinks it’s hilarious that I cry every time though. He always jokes that I’m the target audience for every single adopt-an-animal commercial or holiday ad. He’s probably right. But, not all tears are bad… In fact, the tiers on today’s dress are so dang irresistible!
You may find this silly, but every time I buy a white item, I go through this mental checklist before I consider it “blog-worthy.” My first question is always, “will I really wear this?” I ask this because if I won’t, then why would I tell you to wear it? The other important question is – “can and will somebody who is not quite as obsessed with white as I am be able to style this in such a way that she can wear it all Fall/Winter long?” I mean, anything white with ruffles is an auto purchase in my book. But, I know that may not be the case for everyone.
When I first saw this tiered dress, it wasn’t an automatic – “omg everyone will love this.” Actually, at first glance I thought you would for sure love it, but may only see its use in the beginning of Fall when the weather isn’t that cool yet. But, y’all, hear me out on this – you can layer anything and everything over it! I love it as it because of the feminine tiers, the ruffles, and the way it sways when you walk. But, it has so much more life than just a stand alone dress. Personally, I plan on wearing it again this weekend for a shower with a tan leather jacket over it and booties to make it more casual.
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dress: chicwish c/o | shoes: similar | bag: similar | sunnies: karen walker | earrings: bauble bar c/o
photography: fort lion studio