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Purse: Chanel dark beige PST
I had to find a location with water for my nautical inspired outfit...and guess who is making their debut as my photographer? Who else other than my amazing hubby!!!
He did a fantastic job and I was so happy to have help:) It was so nice not having to set up my tripod and double check the settings and to make sure I am in the photo! I could just relax and not have to break a sweat.
This dress fits perfectly and is so comfortable. I love that I can still wear it to work and dress it down with some flats if I wanted to. And guess what the best part is? You can wear big butt underwear...no thongs for me! :D
Stripes are not everybody's cup of tea. I don't mind them as long as it's done right. And since the nautical theme is so hot right now, if you don't like this one, there are so many options out there. I think this cowl neck striped dress is adorable and the price is reasonable.
I think by adding a pop of color with my orange belt (thanks Vicky for tweeting about it) and accessorizing it with my statement necklace, it helps break up the stripes.
I love that I don't have to wear a cami underneath this. I was afraid it would be too revealing or low-cut for work but luckily the way it way the front was cut, it doesn't show anything:)
If you are looking to re-create this look, it's super easy! You can start by getting this J.Crew belt in georgia peach (more of a coral color) and this Ann Taylor coral statement necklace for a pop of color.
Then get this super cute delia dress (very affordable) and add a quilted purse....and throw on these patent nude pumps and you are good to go!
I had a great time with my new photographer and am so relieved that it turned out!
You can see this dress on Jean when she tried it on in the fitting room...anyone else pick up this dress?
What are your thoughts on this whole nautical/striped inspired look?