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All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.
Spring has always been my favorite season – it’s when everything comes back to life & winter quickly fades into a distant memory. Living in upstate NY where the winter can last a solid 6 months, I feel like we really “earn” our spring…which makes it even sweeter when it finally arrives. This is the time of year when I love to embrace pretty pastels, soft florals and flowy fabrics and today’s post is all about taking those romantic styles & giving them a modern twist!
As I was searching for some new dresses online, the muted pastel hue of this floral dress instantly caught my eye and I knew it would be perfect for spring. It’s fully lined, has a removable belt and, if you click through to their site, it shows a picture of the model wearing it up on the shoulder too. I think this would be flattering on any body shape (runs true to size) + it’s on sale now for less than $25 (also comes in black).
I also love this breezy maxi dress (paired with these cork wedges), this ruffle hem dress (paired with these lace-up espadrilles) and this long sleeve dress is one you can wear now & well into the fall! If you’re looking for a few feminine tops to pair with your favorite shorts or denim this season, the lace detail on this one is so pretty and I think this floral top would be so chic with these white flare leg jeans.
Today’s look is part 2 of the Walmart “We Dress America” campaign, which is highlighting not just their great new arrivals for spring, but it’s also about featuring the places that have come to mean the most to me. We took these photos at The George Eastman Museum, which is arguably one of the most iconic landmarks in our city. It is the world’s oldest photography museum and home to one of the oldest film archives. The historic mansion that sits on the grounds was built in 1905 & includes three gorgeous restored gardens. We have taken so many pictures here through the years and, although it’s too early for the flowers to be blooming just yet, I still find so much beauty in the architecture of this building & the historical significance it holds.
MY SPRING DRESS PICKS