Do you ever get a little tired of your daily, every day momiform? I know that I do. So I like to incorporate fun pieces into my wardrobe to mix it up. The easiest way to do that is with a new dress! Dresses are one and done. You don’t have to think about what to pair with it, you just throw it on with a pair of shoes and an accessory and you’re done!
This black dress is a chic and casual everyday dress. It’s by Free People and comes in multiple colors including white! It’s such a great length for those of us that want more coverage and yet, it’s still incredibly cool and lightweight. The thick waistband hits a little above the natural waist, making it quite flattering. You can dress this up or down…depending on your shoes. I definitely think you can also wear this to the office! Just be sure to iron or steam it. I shot this look in Moab and all of the clothes were in the back of my car.
The color of this Amanda Uprichard dress is just gorgeous! This is another casual everyday dress that can be easily worn to the office. This dress is mostly sold out, but I did find it on Rent The Runway! For those of you that are unfamiliar with Rent The Runway, you can rent clothing, accessories, handbags, etc. for a certain period of time for a discounted rate. For example, this dress retails at $225. But you can rent it for only $40! It’s perfect if you want to rent something for an event but do not want to pay for an expensive dress!
The shoes I’m wearing are from Ann Taylor and are a great nude heel option with a cute scallop detail…plus, they’re super comfortable! You will LOVE these!! For real… love.
This faux leather dress is a dressier, everyday option. You can wear it to a lunch date and/or transition it to nighttime with a few different accessories! It’s a tan leather shirtdress by Nanushka. The color is so unique and perfect for spring. It’s pricy so I linked some similar faux leather options below. You could wear it with heels like I am above. Or throw on some sandals to dress it down. This dress is quite a bit shorter so you may even want to try it over skinny jeans.
Photos by Josh King