So it’s officially dress season for me. The thing I love about summer is that you can get some great inexpensive pieces that can be parlayed into to fall. But mostly many things… For the cheap.
Ahoy sailor!! I got this beauty at Old Navy for 3.47! I do not know why it was so inexpensive (no defects) but the price was so nice I bought two (the other is solid blue)
Over the knee boots, thick textured tights, and a scarf will turn this into a great fall look! But who can really think of fall?!
Total outfit: $48.47
Flower child in all white indeed. This look is actually out of my norm, but for $8 for this Express dress; I was more than willing to try a more easy breezy look. And it’s always good to pay less when trying a new look… Just in case it doesn’t pan out. And this one did. You can also transition this to the fall with a pair of knee high socks, suede booties, and a denim jacket. [why am I talking about the fall still?]
Total outfit = $13
Stripes!!! This sheath was a whopping $10 from Old Navy. I think it was a mistake, but they had to honor the price! Yay me! It was kind of First Lady-ish so I added a studded belt and spiked two-tone t-straps to give it a little more edge. A blazer, button up underneath the sheath, and pumps will turn this into a great preppy fall look.
Total outfit – $25
I keep wearing pink on Wednesdays!!! This dress was from the now defunct Shoedazzle clothing line. This was from the Madison collection (they still sell the shoes) and on sale this dress was $15.
I love the color and the 40’s like tulip cut of the dress. I’m a sucker for dresses that remind me of something my grandmother would wear, but in prints that speak to my personality. The shoes [not fully shown] are Shoedazzle as well. Unfortunately due to the thin fabric this is not a dress that I would suggest transitioning to cooler temps.
Total outfit – $30