It is a shift dress made of the prettiest fabric I ever did see. It is a shimmery, crinkle material. It is very lightweight: so it's cool and comfy. I did add a slip under mine the day I wore it, but I don't think that would be necessary with the darker colors.
My hat is old. I think I picked it up at JCPenney for only 97 cents a season or two ago. Hats are always something I look for at the end of the season, because the clearance prices are amazing!
Even though I can see this dress worn in a multitude of ways, on this day I kept everything "earthy". I wore earth tone make-up colors, a nude lip color, carried a brown cross body saddle bag, brown sunglasses, and silver and golden brown jewelry.
My shoes are also new. They have all their sandals on clearance and I picked up this cute suede pair for $16.97. I love the tassel shoe laces! I couldn't find this exact pair on-line, but THIS PAIR is very similar.
If you're interested in this dress, it is still available HERE for only $10.00! I would size down too, cause they run big! For size reference, I have a medium on.
I can't leave without showing you this picture and sharing a funny little story. There was a floating pier at the boat dock. My husband thought it would be great if I walked to the end of the pier and he could take my picture with just the water in the background. But the second I stepped on the pier I got vertigo so bad because the pier shook so badly! I literally couldn't even move to get off the pier and started going hysterical because I was so dizzy. My husband had to turn me around and hold on to me till I was safe on solid ground. I then asked him to walk to the end of pier, but he also had problems with vertigo. He managed to take a few photos, including this one of me laughing at him from the safety of the shore. Wow! What a weird experience. Have you ever been on a floating pier before? It's certainly not an experience I care to repeat!
Have a Great Day! Amy
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